Hello Dreamstime community,When you think of working with models, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Is it, how to work with feline models? I want to share my own experiences of working with feline models.I started uploading my photos because I kept getting comments on how photogenic my cats are, and how I capture them. A few years ago, I started an Instagram account and the cats have a reasonable following (2.5k plus).I work as a communications... continue reading
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On my last five trips to Kenya and visiting mainly the Tsavo West and East NP as well as Maasai Mara (one time) I always tried to stay away from the masses of tourists in their mini-busses.Actually most tourists want to see the so-called "big five" . Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Lion and Leopard. So, to have more intimacy and experience the beauty of the amazing landscapes you have to stay away from this animals, specially lions. It is normal to find one or more lions surrounded by dozens of mini-... continue reading
White Cat. good hunter winter.....Photographs are not staged scenes .lens 18 - 55 - so it's hard to shoot wildlife))))).Do not I run for the ideal mathematical precision someone invented "ideal" rules of photography.When you see the frame - just Take a picture.Catch MOMENT. continue reading
Hi all,To mark a new month I have created a new collection inspired by the photos of cats I have taken in and around my neighbourhood (and on my travels).Cats in your neighbourhoodIf you have any images you would like to add please let me know!Here are a couple of images. continue reading
I was having lunch with my family at a small town restaurant when I sawseveral street cats begging for food. One of them was successful in procuring ahalf-eaten piece of fried fish. I had my D60 on hand so I thought, I took somepics of stray dogs... how about street cats going about their daily life? It'sbasically the same as taking pics of people in the street - minus having to askfor permission (or model release). This street cat-beggar was more thancooperative, it basically gave me... continue reading
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