The Fine Art of Dogs (15 photos)

British photographer Tim Flach sees animals in a completely different way. Having completed postgraduate studies at St. Martins School of Art London, Flach shoots stylized animal portraits that look more like fine art than framed shots of your puppy. Commercially trained as a professional photographer for over 25 years, Flach’s conceptual style has been shaped by his background not just in photography but in, curiously, painted sculptures.

Flach recently released a book called Dogs that’s definitely worth a look. As the stunning follow-up to the critically acclaimed Equus, Flach “delves deep into the psyche of this enduring bond with Canis familiaris to present an exquisite study of “man’s best friend.”

Make sure to hop on over to Flach’s website to enjoy more of his amazing photos. You can also find his book, Dogs, on Amazon.

Other Incredible Animal Photography:
Spectacular Animal Portraits by Steve Hoskins
Incredible Animal Photography – Stefano Unterthiner
22 Incredibly Interesting Animal Photos
Zoo Animals Captured at the Right Moment



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