How to photograph cats
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Published by Harper & Row in New York .
Written in English


  • Photography of cats.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Robert Pearcy.
LC ClassificationsTR729.C3 P4 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p. :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2868641M
ISBN 100060912278
LC Control Number84047593

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  Andrew Marttila, photographer and foster pet dad, gained so much popularity after releasing his "Cats on Catnip" photo series and book in Now, two years later, Andrew is back with another. Cats won't wait around for you to get a decent shot and they SURE won't repeat any behavior just for your benefit. Once the moment's lost, it's gone forever. That's why my first tip on how to photograph cats is this: once the cat is up and about, be ready to photograph. Photograph .   The photograph will be more personal and often the best portraits are those which capture the essence of their subject. Catching them in the perfect position, whether standing, lying or jumping, also means always being ready to shoot. One of the best times to photograph a cat is at dusk. The light is softer at this time and the shadows on their.   Likewise, if you're photographing a shy cat, but need to include other cats in the photograph, don't be surprised if the shy cat tries to run off or doesn't cooperate. 4. Consider the light. If you can, photograph your cat in natural light. This way, you can avoid harsh artificial lighting. If you photograph outside, avoid bright direct light Views: 17K.

It won't take long for your cat to find his favorite spot. Maybe it's the couch or curled up with a good book. Photograph your little fuzzball in a place that makes him comfortable. He will be more relaxed and your photos will be better. Make sure to try different angles; try shooting from high above and down near the floor.   Say goodbye to ordinary photo books! The Big Photo Book of Cats, Kittens, and Kitties features over super size high quality professional-grade photos on a LARGE " x 11" size book, capturing the perfect (or sometimes awkward) moments of lovely cats Reviews:   Cats and children can form the most adorable of friendships. Sharing so much in common only makes for a sweet display of kinship — both are curious to no end, get into the most peculiar predicaments and love exploring their surroundings. A photo book that highlights this bond will be treasured for years and can be passed on through generations.   Chandoha writes in the book's introduction, "I relished the challenge of making photographs of cats and quickly saw the potential of attempting to capture their naturally expressive personalities.

Photos are also enhanced when the cat's personality shows through. Generally, torturous props don't add to the cat's cheery disposition, though they can be comical: Also, the white in this pic does lend itself to the too much contrast problem, but I . Then, there's her partner, Andrew (@iamthecatphotographer) who professionally takes cat photos and the best Instagram live stories! What ensues is endless awwwww's in a day as you scroll the Instagram. This is a perfect coffee table book for cat lovers, with its vibrant photos and extraordinary close-ups. Chandoha has published over 30 books of cat photography, including All Kinds of Cats (), How to Photograph Cats, Dogs, and Other Animals (), The Literary Cat . A cat stars in a photo shoot for a Friskies cat-food campaign in Walter Chandoha’s final book, “Cats. Photographs ,” is available through Taschen.