Pet Photography: Q & A with Ingrid Nevinger

Sun, Mar 7, 2010

Pet Photography

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We have a new installment in our pet photography interview series, this time with Ingrid Nevinger of 9 Lives Photography. Ingrid specializes in cat photography, plus she volunteers her time with several cat charity organizations, helping to photograph adoptable cats, definitley putting the cats in their best light. She also put together a Blurb book, Faces of Felines Inc., with a sampling of the photos taken at this Chicago no-kill shelter.

You have to check out Ingrid’s blog Cat Nipped, where she posts portraits of people with their cats along with a little interview about the image and the cat-human relationship.

Ingrid also plays in a string ensemble, Elle Musique, that donates their musical services to Chicago-area animal shelters.

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How long have you been photographing pets and how did you get started?
I’ve been photographing animals, especially cats, since I received my first point-and-shoot camera as a child. During high school and early college, I studied darkroom photography and often used my cats as models. After taking a long hiatus from photography, I picked up my first digital camera only a few years ago. Virtually every week for the last year, I’ve visited Felines Inc., a no-kill Chicago cat shelter, to photograph its many residents. Felines Inc. is such a wonderful environment. Since it is cageless the cats know each other and are completely at ease. I capture them engaged in their normal activities of playing, grooming, napping, etc. I then sell their portraits and donate the proceeds back to Felines Inc. Recently, I’ve also started photographing cats from Animal Care League in Oak Park, IL and Cats-Are-Purrsons-Too.

What kind of pet photography do you do? Do you have a specialty?
Feline, definitely feline (hey, I’m a “cat person!”) Although I enjoy photographing humans, dogs and assorted other subjects, my real passion is capturing the character, spirit and extraordinary beauty of cats.

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Do you do anything special to prepare for a photo shoot with a cat?
Since every cat possesses a district personality, I first spend time sans camera “making friends” (talking, petting, playing). I wish to gain my subject’s trust, and to make him feel comfortable in my presence. Upon introducing my camera, I always let him check it out. I’ve know many a cat who’s loved to headbutt the lens and chew the strap! To engage a cat’s curiosity and appetite, I frequently bring a variety of toys and treats. I also wear clothes I don’t mind getting dirty, as I follow my subjects everywhere and often end up crawling on the floor or ground.

What was the most challenging cat photo shoot you have done? Any funny stories?
A friend of mine has a lovely white cat named Marshmallow. I wanted to photograph them together for my blog, Cat Nipped. My friend warned me that Marshmallow didn’t take well to strangers, but I insisted that we would hit it off. After all, I had Da Bird (a great toy which no cat had ever resisted). Well, after hour upon hour of trying to lure him out (including “ignoring” him) I had to confess that I had met my match. One day, over the course of many, many visits, I will get that shot!

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Do you have any tips for readers about how to take great photos of their cats?

  • Cats can be unpredictable, so have your camera ready and seize the moment.
  • Photograph in natural light if possible, as flash can frighten cats and cause red eye.
  • If you have the option to shoot in aperture priority or manual mode, use the widest f-stop setting on your camera (this allows more light to hit the sensor).
  • Capture your cat from every possible angle.
  • Focus on just one body part ~ a fluffy tail, single eye or outstretched paw.
  • Avoid cluttered backgrounds.
  • Focus on expression, not technical perfection.
  • Take lots of pictures (you will never regret having too many, only too few).

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15 Responses to “Pet Photography: Q & A with Ingrid Nevinger”

  1. 1
    Lesley @ The Design File

    Phenomenal. Truly. I’m a serious hobbyist photographer and I can’t ever get photos like this of my kitty. These are amazing.

  2. 2
    Cat with a Garden

    We love those too! Our human haunts us with a point and shoot camera though, so we’ll never have pictures as nice as these.
    Purrs, Siena & Chilli

  3. 3
    8GR8CATS

    GR8 advice! Very concise and exactly what people need to do… With digital photography… take 100s and you will definitely get a few you like! Use BURST mode feature too!!!

    I am also a hobbyist photographer although I have done some catteries, cat shows, been featured in some cat books and cat-realted websites. My blog: http://cclcarm.blogspot.com/ My Photos: http://www.pbase.com/carmcole/root

  4. 4
    ihavecat

    what great photos and I just checked out Cat Nipped – happy to have found it! amazing photos of humans and their cats :)
    T

  5. 5
    Angela

    Wahoo! I love those pictures. They capture the true essence of being a cat. :)

  6. 6
    jenna

    I’m LOVING these cat photographer interviews. I myself am an amateur cat photographer and like Ingrid, I (used to) spend a lot of time shooting for a no-kill shelter with a free roaming cat room. As a volunteer for the rescue (while I was in college, which is why I no longer help out, I live over 2 hours away now) I got frustrated at the quality (the “look” not the technical “quality”) of the cat pics. In the interest of saving time, they would hold the cat up under it’s arms and take a quick pic. They looked like angry, viscious animals, not loving pets, so I finally put my money (so to speak) where my mouth was and began taking all the online pictures for their website. I would spend a few hours each week hanging out, getting to know the cats and then (often crawling on the floor) take time to take LOTS of pictures. It definitely helped with adoptions (I also recruited my english-saavy friend to write “cute” bios). I can’t say enough about what it did to help me with my photography skills, and like I said, it definitely helped bump up adoptions. If you are at all interested in photography and have a local shelter, I can’t recommend enough volunteering your time doing something like this. While mine are definitely not up to par with Ingrids, I’ve gotten some goods ones. If anyone is interested in my rescue cat pics, please check them out here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jenna_belle/sets/72157594461709739/

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    blanket

    What a great post! The pictures are wonderful,the blog is really good and all with a great cause…love that!

  8. 8
    jmuhj

    BRAVO to Ingrid and Jenna (posting above) for their loving, caring approach to cat photography and for “walking the talk” in using their talents to better the lives of rescued cats. Gorgeous photos of gorgeous cats!

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    Rebecca

    I absolutely LOVE Ingrid’s photos, and have a couple of her prints. She has a wonderful and natural talent for taking creative and soulful images. I like the advise about the wide f-stop. I’ll have to play around with that. Also, I wholeheartedly agree with NOT using a flash. Your cat’s eyes are so expressive and it’s a shame when what could have been a wonderful photo turns into looking like an evil kitty with glowing eyes. Although, if you do own an evil cat, turning the flash off probably won’t stop kitty’s eyes from glowing….just kidding! Great blog entry!!! Thanks for adding it :)

  10. 10
    Ingrid King

    These photos are stunning!

  11. 11
    Ashley

    Those images are really amazing. I also love to learn the art of taking photos. This is really an interesting hobby.

  12. 12
    Holly

    Love your photography Ingrid! The first shot of the orange cat against the contrasting blue background is fabulous.

  13. 13
    Noel Debortoli

    Super !!! Merci beaucoup :)

  14. 14
    G.Padmakumar

    I welcome you to see my cat photo gallery at
    http://ajax27.smugmug.com/

    My own cats—in fact this is the second generation of them. They are not only cute but sensitive as well. For instance one of my cats (not in these photos)comes into my room the moment I wake up every morning—-and it hovers around until I have given it sufficient milk to drink—well others have different habits.

    hope u enjoy seeing my album


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