Do you have a passion for photography and a deep love for animals? For those who strive to snap the perfect pet picture and ever wondered about what life is like professionally behind the lens, here are five beautiful photography books that prove all living creatures are stunning no matter the size and activity!
A top celebrity portrait photographer, Jill Greenberg has a unique ability to coax powerful emotions out of her subjects–whether human or animal. Her portraits of bears, collected here for the first time, surprise and engage. We encounter cubs as cute as a child's Teddy, grizzlies that look like they might swallow you whole, and Polar bears seated in Sphinx-like tranquility. Their poses and facial expressions are at turns oddly comedic, pensive, terrifying, and sometimes unexpectedly human.
Foreword by Fred Gagnon
In One Hundred Butterflies, photographer Harold Feinstein showcases butterfly varieties from around the world, turning exquisite details into mesmerizing works of art. Feinstein's breathtaking photographs capture the color, vibrancy, and infinite variety of patterns that occur on the wings of these ornate insects. One hundred impeccably reproduced, oversized photographs allow viewers to appreciate the Blue Morpho of Central America, the African Birdwing, and the Asian Swallowtail at a scale and depth impossible to experience in nature.
by Seth Casteel
The world fell in love with swimming canines in Seth Casteel's bestselling first book, Underwater Dogs. Now, in more than 80 previously unpublished portraits of underwater puppies, we see man's best friends at their most playful and exuberant. Each vibrant and colorful underwater image shows off the wild and sublime range of emotions of puppies, cute and irresistible to the very last.
Every dog owner knows too well the fun and misery of bath time: the wriggles, the poignant looks, the playful splashes. WET DOG, by photographer Sophie Gamand, is a stunning and touching capture of this intimate moment. Elevating dog photography to the status of art, these expressive portraits of our canine friends mirror our very own human emotions.