It’s time for the photo post roundup for friends who have missed some of my earlier posts for August.
Life gets in the way, you get busy and you track of blogs and posts you want to bookmark. This post helps you review the skills I explored so you can check back and see the fun readers had and join in.
I covered four fascinating topics in August.
- Tabby cat portraits
- Black cat photography and my progress at Dash Kitten
- Getting close to your cat for great pictures
- Before you even take a picture. I have a read this post!
August Photo Post Roundup
I took a series of pictures of Dot Kitten who is a brown tabby cat. She is Dash Kitten’s sisfur and for a while lived in the shadow of his powerful personality. Here she comes into the limelight.
To celebrate Black Cat Appreciation Day I reviewed how my skills had improved at taking black cat pictures, thanks to the magic word – ‘practice’. There are some
In this post I encourage you as a new photographer to get much closer than you might think to take what will turn out to be stunning photographs. Don’t believe me? Check out the post.
This is the kind of advice I wish I’d had when starting to use my DSLR and my compact. It gives you sensible advice and some silly stuff to make you smile.
It is a must-read if you feel paralysed by worry that you might ‘get it all wrong’. The post will encourage and inspire you to make a start.
What kind of photo ‘thing’ are you stuck on right now? Do you struggle with shadows? Does your cat look too dark? Let me know in the comments!