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Woman Pays for a Pro Photo Shoot for Her Cat, Has No Regrets

Want professional portraits... of your cat? If so, there are pet portrait photographers out there that can make your dreams come true. One woman who decided to pay for a pro photo shoot for her cat earlier this year has made a splash by sharing the photos, and she says she has no regrets at all.

11 Tips for Photographing Your Dog or Cat Like a Pro

In order to make your snapshots stand out above the rest by making them look professional, incorporating several creative elements can do just that. I am often asked by pet owners how to get the best shots of their furry companions with a basic camera.

Does Photography Matter?

Photography has always held a weird space in my head. In my mind, I make things that look neat. I have always held great envy to those who create such complex, emotional narratives to their images. I sit and observe with awe and wonder at the tales that come from them, their reasons for color, pose, and other infinitesimal details. Pixels for me are a means to an end, but it’s still something I can’t help but create. It’s how I tell a story, but it’s not how I tell my own.

Manny the Cat Has Mastered the Art of the Selfie

Manny is a gray tabby cat that's attracting attention for his special camera skills. More specifically, Manny is quite skilled at shooting selfies of himself, and now tens of thousands of people are following his photos on Instagram.

Cats in Hats: Costume Portraits for an Animal Rescue

Photographer Shaina Fishman and stylist Ryen Blaschke recently collaborated on a project to help rescue cats get adopted. The lighthearted series "Cats in Hats" features shelter cats and kittens wearing Halloween hats and accessories fashioned by Blaschke.

The Life and Work of a Traveling Cat Photographer

Larry Johnson is a Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based photographer who specializes in cat portraits. He has photographed animals for over 20 years now. These days, in any given year, Johnson travels to over 35 major cities around the world to capture feline portraits at major cat shows.

Director Mark Zemel followed Johnson around for a weekend earlier this year during the cat show in Parsippany, New Jersey. What resulted was "The Purrtraitist," the 10-minute film above that provides a look at Johnson's life and work.

Catstacam Turns Your Cat Into an Instagram Photog

If you've always dreamed of seeing your cat share photos of its life on Instagram, there's now a camera being developed that may make your dream a reality. It's called Catstacam, and is a wearable collar camera that automatically posts photographs to an Instagram account you set up for your cat.

Collar Camera Video Captures a Cat Fight from the Cat’s Perspective

Editor's Note: Turn your volume way down before you click play. The video gets very loud very soon after it starts and we wouldn't want your boss knowing your watching cat videos at work... you're welcome.

There are a lot of POV videos out there of humans doing incredible stunts or getting into all sorts of scary trouble, but we don't really have much similar footage from the animal kingdom. Maybe it's because GoPro hasn't announced their Cat Fancy mount (yet?).

Fortunately, for those who do want to see what trouble their feline friends get into, there's something called a collar camera. And the video above was captured on just such a device. It's a very literal cat fight captured from the cat's point of view.

Strays: Quirky Photos of Kittens Giving the Camera the Cold Shoulder

There is no shortage of your typical cat photo online, but photographer Arne Svenson's series Strays isn't exactly typical. Instead of cute photos of cute cats doing cute things in cute ways (enough cutes?) he photographed kittens turning away, looking up, walking away and otherwise doing their best to keep you from seeing their faces.