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Cat photography is not an easy job!

I thought it would be nice to have some new photos of Emmie Cat since she has grown a little since we got her a little over a month ago.  I have tried several times over the past month to get some good shots of this cat but it is not an easy task.  

She never stops moving!

I did manage to get a shot of her (shown above) but of course her ears are cut off!  :)

This is the only decent shot I got out of today’s photo session.  Of course, she is sleeping.

Like the title of this post says – Cat photography is not an easy job!


How to Take Great Cat Pictures – Tips on photographing your beautiful feline friend

LOLcats – for fun!



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  • evolving December 3, 2008, 5:32 pm

    Ha!!! I just spent an hour and a half on LOLcats. That’s some good wholesome fun isn’t it?

    Love Emmie Cat. She’s so precious!

  • expatraveler December 3, 2008, 9:05 pm

    I totally agree that cats/animals are very hard to photograph. A fast DSLR camera definitely helps..

    Here are a few links taken with my 4 frames per second camera and they are stilll really moving around.


    My only advise is to practice a steady hand and take lots of shots in a row (consecutively without a flash) and hope that you might get one good shot.

  • Pumpkin December 4, 2008, 11:40 am


    I am addicted to LOLcats and have spent more time on that site than I care to admit. :)

    Emmie is the best cat with my kids. She is so sweet to them even if they never leave her alone. They love her…sometimes, too much.


    I loved your photos. The one of the kitty jumping in the air was the best. I am going to buy a new camera as soon as we get a little money ahead. I would love to have a DSLR but I think it would be too much of an investment right now since I would have to buy all the gear too.

    You are right about the flash. It is not good with animals. It only scares our kitty or she shuts her eyes.

  • expatraveler December 5, 2008, 5:54 am

    I’ve got a few recommendations on cameras when you are ready, but also check out http://www.dpreview.com or http://www.kenrockwell.com. Those are great sites.

  • Pumpkin December 6, 2008, 12:16 pm

    I would love to have your advice on which camera to buy. I hope we will be able to buy one this month and then I can give mine that I am currently using to my oldest daughter.

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