How much do you really love your cat?
Enough to spend 123 US Dollars on them? This specific amount may not be a lot for some people but for many, it would be considered wasteful to spend on a pet photoshoot. However, this lady does not think this way.
While anyone of us can take a picture of our pet doing adorable things with our phone camera. Most of us can’t really ‘capture’ the moment like a pro photographer can. So it’s understandable that one Reddit user was willing to spend some dough to get the desired result.
And I have to say, this kitty definitely has a future in modeling. And who knows maybe we’ll see Kazmir (the cat) in the next pet Sematary. So scroll on below and take a look at the beautiful photoshoot in the park.
Meet Kazmir, The surprisingly photogenic cat.
Why would anyone have regrets looking at the results?
According to the photographer, he was a purrfect model to work with.
I was pleasantly surprised when Kazmir’s mom posted the photo we took at his photoshoot on Reddit and it got such a positive response. He’s a handsome fellow.Sarah Bourque
“Our photoshoot was on a blustery afternoon in January.”
“We’d had some stormy weather but the sun peaked out just in the nick of time for us.”
“I met Kazmir and his mom and dad at a local park.”
“I knew there would be some lovely quiet spots for us to use.”
“Kazmir was used to being outside and was in his harness with a leash.”
“We wanted him to be safe and comfortable so his personality would shine through.”
She even removed the leash in photoshop afterwards.
“So, basically, I just followed him around like his personal paparazzi.”
We would guide him in the direction we wanted him and then I’d go up ahead and crouch down so I could get the photos as he approached.
The photographer pointed out that it was very easy to photograph Kazmir.
I live on Vancouver Island and my pet photography is primarily out in nature, so I’m never lacking good photo spots or backgrounds.Sarah Bourque
His ‘lovely personality’ shines through in these pictures.
“The park we went to has a lovely area with moss-covered rocky perches.”
The second location was the beach across the street. We decided to do both locations for extra variety.
I like to keep things simple and stay as close to eye level with my subject as possible. I want them to be at ease and happy.Sarah Bourque
And as you can see, all the hard work paid off.
And they got some great shots.
Thanks to Sarah, they will always have these beautiful memories.
I find cats are natural posers, we let him find spots to perch in the area where the light was prettiest and then I would take photos from a variety of angles and get in nice and close.
This usually lasts a few seconds before they tire of my shenanigans and move on. Luckily I’m quick so a few seconds is all I need!
It can be tricky to get a cat to look at the camera so we use toys, noisemakers and I get the families to bring along their favorite treats. Never underestimate the power of shaking a container of treats!Srah Bourque
I 100% agree with this sentiment.
You can say that again.
It looks so effortless and yet we all know how cats behave.
Very true. Always follow your passion.
The proof is in the pudding after all.
Props to Sarah Bourque.
Two amazing things combined in one shot
Would you ever want professional shoot done of your fur baby? Comment down below and let us know.