If you’re a dog person who’s into photography and video games, Nintendo Switch has introduced a perfect game for you. It’s called Pupperazzi, and yes, it’s just as it sounds: it’s all about taking photos of dogs. It hardly gets better than that.
The world’s most copied dog photographer is taking us behind the scenes on her adventures in a brand new podcast. Kaylee Greer and Sam Haddix host the show that aims to entertain and educate listeners. The duo recounts their photoshoots, sharing their mistakes and learning experiences as well as their success stories in ‘Adventures in Dog Photography.’
Cats are loved very much in Japan and it’s believed that they bring good luck. And when you take their photos in the funniest of moments, they bring tons of giggles, too.
Japanese photographer Masayuki Oki loves cats too, and I perfectly understand him. He turned this love into photography, taking photos of stray cats in the streets of Tokyo. He captures their comedic, playful moments, ending up with a series of hilarious photos. We chatted with him a bit about his work and of course – we bring you plenty of his funny cat photos to make your day better.
It’s that time of the year again: some of my favorite photography contests are announcing the winners. The Comedy Pet Photo Awards is one of them, and the 2022 winners have just been revealed.
This year’s winner is Kenichi Morinaga with his photo of two cats sitting on a fence cheek to cheek… or better to say neck to neck. Of course, there are category winners as well, and we’re sharing all of them with you today.
What lengths would you go to for your pet? One woman went the extra mile (or twenty) to ensure her kitty was healthy by creating her own AI program to monitor her fur baby’s poop schedule. The software engineer spent almost 2 years on the project and estimates that she took around 50,000 photos for the machine to learn from.
The engineer who goes by the name Estefannie explained in a video exactly how she went about the operation. It involved several sensors, an infrared camera, a Raspberry Pi, and about 50,000 pictures of cat poop.
Comedy Pet Photography Awards has just announced its 2022 finalists. It’s one of those competitions that always put a smile on my face, just like its sister contest dedicated to wildlife “comedians.” And just as always, the selection of shortlists will brighten up your day and make you get another (or your first) four-legged or feathered friend.
The Comedy Pet Photography Awards is one of the world’s funniest and most adorable contests. There’s not much time left until it closes for submissions, but you can still enter if you’d like to show everyone how funny your pet is.
To encourage you to submit your pet’s photo, the contest team shares with you some of the funniest entries so far. While not all of them can be put on a museum wall, I can promise that they’ll all put a smile on your face.
Well, if you’re a cat person, then the sound of the Z9’s electronic shutter might be perfect for you. It’s a cat’s meow in the most literal sense of the expression. Yes, your Z9 can meow at you!
How do you make agility dogs looks even more awesome? You add a dramatic coloured powder of course! DIYP took a look at these amazing images taken by UK photographer Kit Fanner and found out exactly how he shot them.
Before we get any further it is worth noting that these dogs are highly trained and the powder was food grade and placed along the rear of the dog’s back. At no point were the dogs put at any risk.
Dogs aren’t called “man’s best friend” for nothing. Only I’d add cats, horses, birds and many other animals to this list. They are the creatures that fill our hearts with love and our day with laughter. And this year Animals Friends Comedy Pet Photography Awards confirms this. The contest has just announced its 2021 winners and if you still don’t have a pet – these photos will make you adopt one.