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Life Arts    H4'ed 10/1/19

The Cat Photographer: Larry Johnson Captures Feline Personality -

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The feline photographer captures the idiosyncratic essence of people’s cats  in images that aare really elegant and glamorous . He is a mainstay in the niche world of cat shows, where he photographs pedigreed cats who are competing for national and regional titles.“People sometimes say to me, ‘Oh, cats don’t have many expressions,’” Johnson says in the film. “But they do. They have as many expressions as dogs, but cats are much more subtle.” If you’re attuned to the nuances of feline body language, Johnson explains, cats’ dynamic emotions become apparent.“” Zemel said. “What's most striking about them, though, is that they capture the warmth and personality of the cats.”

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