Photograph Your Cat Like a Pro

Learn how to take great pictures that capture your cat?s personality.

By Stacy N. Hackett

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Evita, a former show cat, knows she draws attention when she walks into a room. She seems to expect the flash of cameras and poses like a diva. Capturing beautiful images of her on film — or on the digital screen — is a snap. Carson, on the other hand, avoids the camera like an actor ducking the paparazzi.Pictures of him are fuzzy, with glowing eyes and parts cut off. You might have similar photos of your own cats. But you can encourage a reluctant cat to participate in your photography efforts, so you can capture high-quality images to enjoy for years to come.

**Get the January 2009 issue of CAT FANCY to read the full article.**

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morgan    zeeland, MI

2/1/2009 7:32:28 AM

i cant wait to send in my picture of my cat! When people see her they always say " shes the most beattiful cat in the world!" she is too. shes a little chunky but i think that its mostly fur(she ways 15 pounds)she has the best fur in the world silky,black and wight,furry fur! her eyes are a lime green and her wiskers are REALLY long and really whight! her teeth are even wonderful! they are pure wight. her tail, o her tail is the BOMB! its long,furry,silky, and always on the move. she always will put her tail on your face and people just laugh. the only bad thing is shes not very cuddily. She will cuddil with me most of the time (when she wants too) she crys most of the time when we pick her up! i think she kinda thinks she a garde cat,lol. thx

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