You might heard about Portland photographer Carli Davidson‘s photo series “shaking dog” features close-up portraits of dogs in all of their drooling glory. And today, we would like to present you her new collection “shaking cat” where she captured each cat mid-shake in an explosion of fur, skin, and spit. It is worth mentioning that the most of the 61 cats appearing in Shake Cats are rescues. And the reason for Davidson to use those cats as her ‘actors’ is to encourage online adoption.
If you like this shaking series, you can get the book on amaozn. And a portion of Davidson’s advance from the book will support three Portland shelters who provided its subjects.
Inspired by her own dog Norbert, US-based photographer and animal trainer Carli Davidson published her book “Shake” – a series of photo collection features close-up portraits of dogs in all of their drooling glory. Using a high speed camera, Carli was able to capture hilarious freeze-frame shots of various dogs mid-shake. Lips smack, ears flop, and drool flies – all the sudden, those ordinary dogs looks like star right out of a cartoon. Looking at those funny photos, it is so easy to shake off all the worries on your mind and offer you a couple minutes of wonder and laughter.
Starting today, you can buy the 144 page book on Amazon as well as shakethebook.
This “liquid glass” photography is taken beautifully by the Mexican photography studio Jean Bérard Fotografía[JFB]. They have developed a series of images which capture the chaos and unpredictability of liquids, telling us “Not always the water as to be inside the glass”. Using photography techniques only, JFB capture the water swirling around the outside of the glass in a stunning way! Gorgeous work! Love the motion of the water! [source]
As always, all rights retained by the creator.
Photography is a great art in itself and when we use technicalities with the art, the outcomes are really something that amazes us. One of the biggest example of blending creativity and technology is “sequential photography”. It is an amazing art in which you can show a moving object in a single image. These amazing photos shown in this post were taken by Kim Taylor, an animal loving photographer who has gone to extraordinary lengths to capture birds, rodents and insects in motion. Using a special photographic technique that catches everything from the beat of a bird’s wing to the flick of a squirrel’s tail as it leaps through the air, Kim Taylor’s stunning photos of an animal’s ability to move from one place to another, also known as locomotion, is shown in awesome detail. Take a look at those amazing photos. [sourc1] [source2]