New Powerful Animal Portraits by Wolf Ademeit

It’s no secret that German photographer Wolf Ademeit has an affinity for artistic portraitures of animals. Since catching our eye almost a year ago with his exquisite black and white portraits of zoo animals, Ademeit has expanded his collection of brilliantly detailed images to include more expressive faces and fine, physical details, all with a dose of more color.

Like his previous work, the photographer captures a variety of subjects from the animal kingdom, including anything from lions and elephants to baboons and vultures. Each furry, feathered, and winged creature in Ademeit’s growing collection of work has its own personality. Even in a group shot of ring-tailed lemurs, the photographer captures each subject’s individuality with its own facial expression and body language.









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