Cats & Parking Lots Photography portfolio by Joseph tavana
My cat walking towards the camera. In order to get the shots with my ca looking at the camera, I yelled weird noises to get her attention.
This is a picture I took of a shelter cat when I was volunteering at the SPCA of Texas. The reason why this photo (and many others) seem blurry, it's because my phone has a low-res camera.
This is just a picture of a potted plant, but the bright light put a lot of definition into the darker colors of the plant. It also draws attention away from the wall, making a balance.
This photo was taken in the library under the skylight, making the tiger brighter than the bookshelves in the background.
This is (yet another) picture of my cat. The plant leave stems and the window's frame direct to my cats face. This is one of my best pictures in the gallery.
This is a photo of celebration parks large tent-like structures. The coils and wires are all intersecting lines to the large, twisted piece the tent.
This is a photo of the lights in the support beams, focusing on its height.
After the crop, its more focused on the lights/patterns.
The bend in the road makes it look like the road's beginning, as well as my distracting mistake of putting my finger on the lens.
After cropping, the bend is removed, as well as my finger, and makes it look like the road goes on forever.
This photo has some humor to it, the chain-link fence and bleak colors give it a prison feel, when in reality, it OUR school!
This is one I was unsure to include, but the intense stare of the cardboard cutout almost vortexes your atention
This was a photo of when it was raining outside, the position of some trees make it look like it was a windy storm, even when you can't see the wind or rain.