This is another rescue cat. She was the busiest of all cats that I photographed, constantly moving and exploring. I love looking at her eyes and I wonder how much joy and how much suffering they have seen. Having seen and photographed mall these cats created in me a feeling compassion for them. When you see an ally cat don’t be mean to her, don’t kick her, her life is most likely rough enough. I am an image maker and I learned that the images I make also make me.
Have a great week-end!
I gave this image the title “trust!” This is a very young rescue cat that was abandoned and he is currently nursed back to health by one of my neighbors. We are in need of finding a good home for him. Since I started photographing animals and specifically cats I am sad how many of them went through a lot of suffering. I am shocked how cruel humans can be to animals and I am joyful having met people that care and give up sleep just to feed a little creature like this one every four hours a day.
Have a wonderful Thursday and happy photographing!
Meet Daisy, one of our rescue cats. She is sitting on my wife’s shopping bag. I used a 50mm prime (fixed) lens and photographed her at f2.8, giving me a very shallow depth of field.
Enjoy and happy photographing!
I fed this family of cats yesterday. I had only my point and shoot camera with me so the quality of the image is not the best, but I liked shooting the mother cat and her kittens from straight above. The sad thing is that their hunger was greater than their fear of humans. I wish I would find a good home for them. They are all adorable!
This weeks exercise is about photographing domestic animals. You can pick your own pet or go out and find a cat in the ally or a stray dog. Animals move around so you need to be ready. Try to use some creative ideas. Go on the ground, use different angles etc. And as always, have fun with this exercise.
I had the pleasure to photograph this cat indoors. The light situation was not the best despite the fact that I used two photo umbrellas with continuous light. I had to crank up the ISO setting and photographed with my 85mm portrait lens pretty wide open which gave me a shallow depth of field. The camera was on the ground and I photographed upwards. Enjoy!