The pictures posted here are great. I can't take a decent picture to save my life! The little rats seem to have a sixth sense when the camera is around and refuse to stand still! They see me pointing the camera at them and come to see me, ruining the shot. Also, two of them are all black and they photograph like black holes. Any tips?
Some cameras have a "good picture" feature. When pressing the button, dont press down all the way, and hold it, and there may be a beep telling you if the picture will be in focus. But not sure if that works on yours.
For black animals, natural sunlight is the best. I suggest taking your camera around alot and just getting them used to you having it, then they won't come running everytime.
Try to have the sunlight behind you, it will help alot as well. I HIGHLY suggest learning how to use your camera in manual mode. You will have greater control over all of your pictures in any scenario. If you have to have the sun in front of you, try to use the manual fill flash, otherwise, your black animals will have very little detail.
These tips work with any animal natural light is always best and if you can get the light behind you, you have the best chance of a good shot.
Hope this helps!!
Here are some pictures of Ariel, our black cat.....
I thought this was a dog forum only, would it be out of place and rude of me to post something here with regards to my kitty Wasabi?
He recently has been vomiting, it happened twice actually. The first time we thought it was because of the food we purchased and so bought a Holistic brand cat food thinking it will make his tmmy settle and feel better. We thought it had worked and it did for almost a month but he just last night started vomiting again.
What should I do? What Can I do? What might be wrong?
Someone needs to kick me from the behind - obviously - I should go to the vet. Sigh, I was panicked, and wasn't sure if it was serious enough to have it checked since he has done so twice and with 1 month in between. Thanks for showing me the obvious thing to do!