16 Great Shots Of Cats Playing Around

Taking pictures of cats is never an easy thing to do! At one moment they’re ready to play and pose for your camera, but give it a few minutes and they’re back to sleeping.

However, getting that final, awesome shot definitely outweighs the “problem” mentioned above. Cats always act natural, and therefore every photograph you take is unique! If you need some motivation, check out these 16 beautiful examples of cats playing around (posted in no actual order).

cat-mortimer-1Cat in the Box | By mortimerphotographic | Canon EOS 5D Mark II

cat-aurelio2Sgombro | By Aurelio Wieser | Canon EOS 350D

cat-sbrnResting | By Sbrn. B | Canon EOS 5D Mark II

cat-iamtedPsychopath Bengal Cat | By I am Ted7 | Sony NEX-5N

cat-mortimer-2KO Poses for the camera | By mortimerphotographic | Canon EOS 5D Mark II

cat-jangeeAnd Action! | By Jan Gee | Canon EOS 7D

cat-andrewscottComfy Cat | By Andrew Scott Bauer

cats-emanf8If you move, you’re gone | By Emanuel | Nikon D800

cat-ryoichiPoco | By Ryoichi360 | Canon EOS 5D Mark III

mj-adamsonWorkout Bertie | By M J Adamson | Nikon D3000

cats-nurazamGood Morning | By NurAzam | Nikon D5100

cat-jasonpierSimon The Cat | Jason Pier in DC | Nikon D200

cat-auroraNaoko | By Aurora Lupita

cat-aurelio501 | By Aurelio Wieser | Canon EOS 60D

cats-stephan-tuenglerYoung Serval Cats | By Stephan Tuengler | Canon EOS 1D Mark IV

cats-sbrnbGetting To Know Livia | By Sbrn. B | Canon EOS 5D Mark II

We will publish a post on photographing pets in the near future, but the quickest way to immediately make your shots look more professional is to go lower! See how almost all of the shots above are captured at the cats’ eye level? Standing up while taking pictures of animals usually results in awkward perspectives.

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