Beautiful Tabby Cat

Here is a photo that I really like. I personally think it’s a nice cat portrait and I started to like it a lot after I added some clarity and sharpness. The detail in the fur is now very apparent, especially when you click on the image to see the larger version. It’s a very beautiful cat in my opinion. I also do like the untrusting or mysterious expression of the eyes. The photo was shot last October and I am not sure why I haven’t uploaded it already. But as I often say, I shoot faster than I can … Continue reading Beautiful Tabby Cat

Black And White Tabby Cat Photo

Here is a photo that I didn’t like at first because the face of the tabby cat was not in focus. And then again, in cases like this one, I try to convert the image to black and white because in my experience it does obscure unsharp areas extremely well for whatever reason but it often works. I do now really like how the image looks in black and white. I found the cat between apartment blocks, which means it is an outdoor cat most likely not a feral cat. Some people that live in apartment blocks do also let … Continue reading Black And White Tabby Cat Photo

Tabby in the Jungle

Here is a photo of a tabby cat I saw when I walked through the gardens. I only had like 3 seconds to take the photo until the cat disappeared in the shrubs. So, it’s basically a snapshot and I couldn’t care about perfection. But I am still glad that I managed it to photograph the cat even if the photo is not perfect. By the way, it might be that I spotted the same cat already once in the past, it could be the same cat I showed you in this post but I am not hundred percent sure. Continue reading Tabby in the Jungle

Tooth and Nail

Weeks ago when I walked through the garden area, I saw this tabby cat on top of a fence. It chewed on a nail. I question that this is good but hey, what can you do, it’s a stray cat. I converted the image to black and white as there was a very distracting shadow. The shadow is still there in black and white but a lot less distracting as I have chosen a rather light black and white variant. Generally, the photo just worked and looked a lot better in black and white. Continue reading Tooth and Nail