DANGER'S TOP 3 TIPS to Improve Your Cat Photos
Lighting is everything. EVERYTHING. Even the greatest cat can kind of look terrible if there isn't enough light, so make sure you're photographing them near a light source, ideally bright and indirect natural light, like you'd find near a window.
Little details matter! From clutter in the background or crumbs on your cat's face, to the expression or posture your cat is giving in a photo, to the items around your cat, you want everything to look as intentional as possible. A cute and comfortable cat, who looks engaged, against a stylish and clean area of your home, with a fun pop of colour, toy, or facial expression—now THAT is the shot you want!
Experiment! Try different angles, especially ones that have you crawling around on the ground. Incorporate different colours in your photos. Take weird close-ups. Try photographing your cat at different times of the day when your cat's mood or activity level vary. The possibilities really are endless, so never stop experimenting!