Monday, October 6, 2008

My pet corner



This is my cat katie. She is the pet of everyone in the family.
She has all the freedom at home. She can walk everywhere
except my computer room.

She like home cook food if my wife has the time.
Otherwise we just bought her the cat food in the super
market.

But one thing I have to make sure to my family members
not to give her our food. She must learn to know that
her food is different from us. This to develop her not
eating our food on the table.

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How to take Great Photos of your pets

Kelly Paal is a Freelance Nature and Landscape Photographer, exhibiting nationally and internationally.
This is an article how to take great photos of your pets like cat, dog or bird.

We all love our animals. They do such funny, adorable, and cute things. But somehow when that camera comes out they run and hide or they just seem to always be pointed away from the camera when you push the button. Well here are some tips to help you have a better chance at getting great photos of your pet.

1. Don't wake your pet out of deep sleep and attempt to coerce him into performing for the camera. It won't happen. Try to take photos of your pet during their routine playtime.

2. If there is enough daylight to take photos then turn the flash off. My cat has learned to close his eyes just before the flash goes off. He learned that little trick quick too! Many times a camera flash is just too bright for them, that's why they point away from you when they know that you're taking photos. Read More

1 comment:

S.S.Kanesan said...

Great shot. You captured Katie in the right moment.I also learn some photography tips how to take great photos of pets