A cat's-eye view of life: Feline snapper takes photography world by stormEver wonder what the cat gets up to when you let it out? Well, now you know, thanks to the amazing Cooper - the feline photographer.This moggy multimedia expert's exploits have been shedding light on the world of cats.Fitted with a timer-operated camera on his collar Cooper takes a picture every two minutes capturing everything from a cat's eye view.On his exploits he catches other cats, his favourite hiding places, his human owners and even abstract sky shots all on his lens.The feline photographer: Pictures taken by the timer-operated camera worn by Cooper the cat have sold for hundreds of poundsIn one hilarious snap the moment he mocks a dog trapped behind the glass of someone's front porch is taken with almost human-like humour.And now five-year-old Cooper is the cat who's got the cream as feline enthusiasts around the world have been lapping up his framed photos for as much as £200 a time.Cooper's owner Michael Cross and his wife Deirdre, from Seattle, USA, decided to try out the cat camera last year.Since then they have had two exhibitions and starting selling Cooper's work around the worldThe pictures even solved a problem for Cooper after his owners saw pictures of him constantly looking at the back door - they realised he needed a cat flap.
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This is a news story I found about a couple who attaches a camera to their cats collar to try and find out what the cat goes to all day. In this article, it's shown how the cat ends up finding snapshots that would otherwise be overlooked.
This could be quite an interesting story to do, by taking the film from the cat's point of view.