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Improve your eye visualization ability

Larger eyes

Visualizing your cats takes more practice, but you can do it. If you spend a lot of time staring at your cat’s eyes, you can use different techniques to get more detail.

Larger eye maps

First of all, make sure your webcam is in the right spot. Aim your camera towards the palm of your hand. If your webcam is on the back, aim towards the eye socket of your pet. Place a point of focus on your pet’s eyes to give a sense of depth to your vision.

With a small cardboard box, you can easily take a picture of the cat’s eyes. Do this on your bedroom ceiling or on the wall. Find a few moments when you are finished with your outdoor walk, and take your cat’s picture. Again, point your webcam towards your pet’s eyes. While doing this, you may notice that the angle of light is different in your picture than it is in the animal’s field of view. You can easily put this into place by setting your ceiling to the optimum angle. At the end of your walk, you may also notice that the angle of light in your picture is different than that in the webcam image. Take the above picture again. Notice that this picture has some differences from the portrait picture. You should add more adjustments to your solution. You should take it out of the camera and look at it on the ceiling. Repeat as many times as possible to get as accurate an image as possible.

Large area

If you have a large area to cover, you should also use a large camera.

Cameras have a number of different settings to adjust for different lighting conditions. During the walk, be sure that you have the correct outdoor lighting.

Apply a reflector to the window. Depending on your location, you may find that your outdoor lighting could be unreliable.

When you are looking up at the sky, use an orange flash that appears to be “in the distance”.

Use the sun to shine on your cat.

Use digital zoom

Put all of your photos at the best distance to your most important features.

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