Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “cat

Black Cat

Black Cat

 

I haven’t been getting out shooting much lately, so I dived into the archive to look for gems that I previously passed over. I found this shot of the cat which looked crooked. After straightening the frame and making it pop just a little, I thought it turned out well.

In the best light…

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The Faceoff

The Faceoff

The curious cat from my last post went visiting the other farm animals. She walked across the top of the fence rail until she came face to face with a horse that was curious as well. It is often fleeting moments that you can capture that make your best images.

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The Cat Came Back

The Cat Came Back

Visits to a farm may also include encounters with cats. Often when they see you, they scatter and hide. Sometimes they are very curious cats. This one was a very curious cat and followed us around to see what we were doing.

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Barn Cat

Barn Cat

Cooperative cats are hard to find. They seem to have a mind of their own and don’t take instruction worth a darn. When one finds you interesting, you have to take advantage of the opportunity. We were visiting a friend and his horses one day and he was showing us the barn. A cat was sleeping on top on the hay stack and came down to see what we were doing. She then posed for a few pictures before returning to her nap.

In the best light…


Sam’s Ten Tips–#8–Back To The Light

Earlier this year I attended an Oopoomoo.com workshop in Trochu, Alberta at the historic St Ann Ranch. The workshop was named Badlands, Buicks and Old Buildings and our instructors were Darwin Wiggett and Samantha Chrysanthou. One of Sam’s presentations was called Ten Tips. Here’s my take on her exercises.

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Back To The Light

Work back light for dramatic silhouettes or to illuminate transparent subjects like grass, crops and tree leaves.

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