Basbouschka and Charisma – Henry & George

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Basbouschka and Charisma
Basbouschka and Charisma
Basbouschka and Charisma
Basbouschka and Charisma

Basbouschka & Charisma – 6 week old Bengal kittens curled up together sleeping

Bengals are active cats, but they still do need their sleep; it took a lot of tearing around after feather teasers and rough and tumble with littermates to tire these two kittens out. Once the kittens started to slow down and show signs of needing rest, Rachael waited for them to lay down and start to go to sleep before she gently picked each kitten up and placed them one by one into a black bowl, lined with soft fabric to make it comfy.  Keeping her hands firmly but gently pressed on the kittens she held them until they ‘set’ in place before she gradually eased the pressure off and then removed her hands completely to step back behind the camera to capture this timeless image of two kittens posing in a Ying and Yang pose. This image can be found in both Rachael’s books 101 Cataclysms: For the love of Cats and It’s a Zoo Out There.

The kittens were Photographed by Rachael using a combination of Natural light and a Large Elinchrom Octa Softbox on a Toyo-View 4x5 inch Camera using Polaroid Pos/Neg Black & White film.

 Rachael recommends this image to be framed using a Black Frame, this image looks best full-bleed when using a Black Frame, but can also look striking with a white border and framed with a white frame.

Basbouschka and Charisma

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Basbouschka & Charisma – 6 week old Bengal kittens curled up together sleeping

Bengals are active cats, but they still do need their sleep; it took a lot of tearing around after feather teasers and rough and tumble with littermates to tire these two kittens out. Once the kittens started to slow down and show signs of needing rest, Rachael waited for them to lay down and start to go to sleep before she gently picked each kitten up and placed them one by one into a black bowl, lined with soft fabric to make it comfy.  Keeping her hands firmly but gently pressed on the kittens she held them until they ‘set’ in place before she gradually eased the pressure off and then removed her hands completely to step back behind the camera to capture this timeless image of two kittens posing in a Ying and Yang pose. This image can be found in both Rachael’s books 101 Cataclysms: For the love of Cats and It’s a Zoo Out There.

The kittens were Photographed by Rachael using a combination of Natural light and a Large Elinchrom Octa Softbox on a Toyo-View 4x5 inch Camera using Polaroid Pos/Neg Black & White film.

 Rachael recommends this image to be framed using a Black Frame, this image looks best full-bleed when using a Black Frame, but can also look striking with a white border and framed with a white frame.

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