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Yesterday i finally got the chance to photograph a cat of my girlfriends niece. This really is a eyecatcher and one of the coolest cats i have ever seen (not that i have seen many cats). I don’t have many experience in pet photography yet but this is really fun to do and one of the advantages is you can practice it at home if you have a pet of course. Do keep in mind that if you use your flash that you give your pet the rest it needs or else you might just end up with a crazy pet. A good thing to do in advance is check if your flash(es) and settings are good by taking some test pictures of a stuffed animal. This way you don’t freak out your own pet and you immediately take pictures with the good settings. If you have any questions about either this photo or others feel free to leave a comment down below. Thanks for looking!

By |2017-08-13T20:05:58+02:00March 23rd, 2014|Blog, Pet Photography|4 Comments

About the Author:

My name is Boudewijn Drenkelford, born in 1985 in the Netherlands. I'm a father, boyfriend, brother and friend who likes to go out into the nature with my camera.

4 Comments

  1. Wouter 2014/03/24 at 7:54 AM - Reply

    Wow !

    Really nicely done, especially because most cats just won’t sit still haha !

    #alwaysenjoyingyourpictures

    Greetz from you nephew!

    • Boudewijn Drenkelford 2014/03/31 at 9:23 PM - Reply

      Hey Wouter,

      Thanks for the compliment!
      We still have to pick a date on the calendar to visit Kinderdijk together.
      Hope to hear from you soon and give my regards to Petra and the kids!

      Greetings!

  2. Michaela 2014/03/24 at 7:39 PM - Reply

    echt super mooi zeg.Kom maar snel weer terug om te oefenen.Heb ook nog honden in de aanbieding

    • Boudewijn Drenkelford 2014/03/31 at 9:31 PM - Reply

      Dankjewel Michaela,

      Het was een genoegen om de foto’s te nemen en moeten dan maar snel een afspraak maken om de honden op de foto te zetten.

      Groetjes Boudewijn.

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