Kitten Photography Tips
Some advice that you need for this photo shoot would be to be patient with the kitten and overall with your camera settings. Try not to use flash it could make the kitten be frighten and not want to be photographed anymore. For this shoot you need kind of a high shutter speed and higher ISO. The aperture in this photo shoot can be played around with but would be best in f/2.8 to f/5.6 that is the best range. When it comes to be time to chose a lens the best option would be a lens would be 85-130mm. Use different angles to photograph the kitten, but you mainly want to shoot at their eye level so the viewer feels and sees the personality of the kitten. Having treats could be an advantage because you could get their attention and get great pictures. Another things you can have are bells and cat toys so you can capture their attention if you do not have snacks. Use natural light that is the best lighting but if you need more you could add some. Also let the kitten get familiar with the equipment so they don’t get scared and feel comfortable with it.