Girl Buys Her Cat A Professional Photoshoot, Has Zero Bitterness( 17 Pics)

We know that a lot of you Pandas are huge cat devotees. But how much do you love your cat? Would you be willing to pay for a professional photoshoot to captivate your feline in all of its greatnes? Well, one Reddit user did just that and pictures of their “cat-o-nine-tail” Kazmir extended viral online. People perfectly adored the photos and couldn’t get enough of them. The photoshoot rate the redditor 175 Canadian dollars( 123 US dollars ).

Bored Panda contacted out to Sarah Bourque, the professional pet photographer from Canada who took the pictures of Kazmir, to learn about what it was like working together with the feline and to learn more about her awesome job.

“I was pleasantly astounded 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 told us. Scroll down for our full in-depth interview with the pet photographer.

A Reddit user posted pics of their cat Kazmir from a professional photoshoot outdoors in Canada

Image credits: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

The photos were very popular and people wanted to know who the photographer was

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Professional photographer Sarah Bourque told us that Kazmir was a wonderful model

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“Our photoshoot was on a blustery afternoon in January. We’d had some stormy climate but the sunshine peaked out just in the nick of time for us, ” Sarah went into detail about the photoshoot. “I congregated Kazmir and his mom and dad at a neighbourhood ballpark where I knew there would be some lovely quiet places for us to use.”

“Kazmir was used to being outside and was in his harness with a leash. We missed him to be safe and comfy so his personality would shine through.( I removed the leash and harness with photoshop so no one would know he was wearing it .) ”

The photoshoot happened at a local park

Image ascribes: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

Image ascribes: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

Image recognitions: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

Sarah complimented the feline and said that he was a “wonderful model, ” had a “lovely personality, ” and loved to explore.

“So, basically, I precisely followed him around like his personal paparazzi. We would navigate 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 sort, so I’m never lacking good photo places or backgrounds.”

According to the photographer, taking snarls of Kazmir was very easy

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Image ascribes: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

Image credits: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

“The park we went to has a lovely neighborhood with moss-covered rocky roosts to sit and across the street is the beach. We decided to do both sites 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.”

There were a lot of enormous backgrounds at the park for the pics

Image recognitions: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

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Image recognitions: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

So Sarah consume a great deal of time creeping around or laying in the grass as she snarled photographs of the “cat-o-nine-tail”. “I find felines are natural posers, we give him find places to perch in the field where the light-headed was prettiest and then I would take photos from a range of slants 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! ”

Photographer Sarah croaked as far as crawling to take the highest possible photographs of the cat

Image ascribes: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

Image ascribes: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

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“It can be tricky to get a “cat-o-nine-tail” to look at the camera we are therefore use toys , noisemakers and I get the families to bring along their favorite treats. Never underestimate the strength of shaking a container of considers! ” the photographer shared some of her tips for professional cat photography.

You can get a cat’s attention with the aid of dolls and treats

Image credits: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

Image ascribes: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

The Reddit user said that they’re very happy they paid for the professional photoshoot

Image recognitions: Loverstits

Image recognitions: Wally& Roops Pet Photography

Sarah told Bored Panda that she loves her job. She picked up the camera roughly 11 years ago when she borrowed her dog Walter( aka the Chief Cookie Officer at Wally& Roops Pet Photography) and hasn’t threw it down since.

“Initially, it was my hobby, but 2 years ago I “ve managed to” prepare the change to being a full-time pet photographer. My hounds Walter and Rupert are my muses so they got the business mentioned after them( Wally& Roops ). ”

The photographer revealed that being behind the camera is her happy neighbourhood and she’s “smitten” with all of her prototypes. “From zoomy puppies to stoic elderlies, from aloof “cat-o-nine-tails” to llamas or chickens, they are all incredible and I enjoy being able to capture their unique temperaments. I too desire the interactions with the families, “were all” animal lovers so we tend to spend the photoshoot sharing narrations and having a laugh.”

People cherished Sarah’s photos of Kazmir the “cat-o-nine-tail”!

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