They’re gorgeous @Dace! Both the kitties and your pictures of them. Thanks for sharing the tip about losing definition if you zoom.
wow @Dace those headshots are amazing!!!
Thanks @Julie-Moderator !
@DMcat I LOVE that picture! Thank you for my giggle of the morning!
It was 100% luck.
Did he have money on one of those horses?
I agree it’s not easy with cats. I usually call their name to get their attention and have a treat on hand. Still doesn’t always work out but I was quite chuffed with this one.
That’s a great idea! Thanks @ExploreDreamDiscover.
Hi @Baileyk. Welcome to the forum. I’m glad you’ve joined us and jumped into the conversations. You’ll find all sorts of great pet sitting insights and tips here in the forum (in case you’re looking for other tips.)
We’d love it if you post a little about yourself in the introduce yourself channel, so we can get to know you. You’ll also find intro’s from many of us there, so you can get to know us a little too.
If you’re a TrustedHousesitters member you can include a link to your TrustedHousesitters page in your forum profile. Then you can ask forum members for suggestions and tips to fine tune it. Many of our members have had great success finding sits or sitters that way.
Saw this today @Karen-Moderator and thought of you
Take a video and when playing it back hit pause. Then, drag the video until you have a good shot and take a screen shot f the the video. Do that as often as needed to get the right image. Works every time!
Zorro … My photographic tip lay flat in the grass while the hunter is hunting
I love getting photos of our cats while we’re gone, but the other photos really make me happy that our “neighbors” are welcoming visitors to our home.
What beautiful neighbors you have, wouldn’t want to get on their bad side.
There’s a reason our cats don’t get to go outside and play.
Beauties! Nature is so amazing.