This week's pet photography theme is black and white. I personally think pets (cats, dogs, etc) that have strong contrast in their fur look the best in black and white photographs. Most often I find that the brown and red color dogs become gray and don't have the striking contrast in their fur. It's been raining here a lot and opportunities for going out and photographing dogs has been severely limited - in fact, I was having to time dog walks based on the weather so it was a bit trying!
Here's a couple of kitty photographs taken inside. The first one the kitty is sitting inside on the window sill with bright light coming in the window.
This kitty is a solid gray beauty who loves to run out the door when he is suppose to be an 'indoor cat'. Does he look a little annoyed?
Next up, a senior boxer with lots of character. One of his favorite things to do is lay down with his head between front paws.
Sometimes he perks up, just a matter of saying the right words!
For more pet photographers sharing their take on this theme, head over to visit Tim Evans Photography in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and then head around the rest of the blog circle.
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