Wednesday, August 18, 2010

How Much Is That Doggie?

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IF YOU HAVE EVER TRIED TO TAKE A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH of a pet, you know that it is not an easy thing to do. Sit still. Whoa. Look this way.... and without a trained animal and a handler the process can be much more difficult. Luck plays a big part for some animal photography, but you wouldn’t believe that to look at the photographs of Tim Flach. Flack maybe be one of the best animal shooters in the world, and based on these images from his website, you might believe it as well.


Flach and his assistants make sure all elements in the photo shoot are perfect for the animals, even down to having the temperature just right for the particular animal being photographed. Carefully orchestrated, every animal picture Flach takes is, as you can see, a work of art. What Flach wants is what Flach gets.

Via here.

6 comments:

Maureen said...

First three shots are amazing.

Rhonda L. Hall said...

I Love the shot of the white dog with 'dredlocks'. Great layout and information. I am now following you.

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iNdi@ said...

that Komondor in full flight is a marvel

moez ketepo said...

the dog with "hair bones" is fantastic..like the images you have chosen.. ^-^

Alta Vista Spain said...

Amazing phoots!Love the Bulldog - serious attitude!

Kur-Cafe Restaurant said...

The last picture is the best one :-)

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