Tim Flach is a well-known London based photographer. His work has been exhibited in Britain, the United States and the Far East. He also frequently lectures on photography in various countries and has received such international awards as: Association of Photography (AOP), British Design & Art Direction (D & AD), Art Director’s Club of New York (ACNY), Communication Arts (CA) and Photo District News (PDN) Photography. Tim become famous thanks to his stylized photographs of animals that do not fit into traditional notions of wildlife photography when animals are shown in their natural habitat. Tim Flach avoids the obvious compositions. Animals at his photos are taken out of context, and this unreality once again force to reconsider existing stereotypes.
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fabulous artistic photos of amazing dogs. Would love to paint these. May I!?!
some of the greatest pictures i have ever seen
A very Spiritual collection. Please understand people, that yes, they have been ‘photoshopped’ but no, that doesn’t mean that these are composites or artificial in any way. Photoshop has just been used the way photographers use darkrooms to control contrast, exposure, tone etc. No the camera never lies, but lenses, film and chemicals do. This is a photographer with a deft touch and a real feel for his subjects.
The image of the racing greyhound, Kinda Ready, is superb. It captures, the elegance, the athleticism and the power of this magnificent breed of dog.
Amazing post.This is really great art I ever seen,I love this.
Beautiful…even the majority that have been Photoshopped to death. Being able to edit to that extent is an absolute art in itself.
Amazing I love the art.
Absolutely beautiful pics but some of them make me sad. I mean, to see how human has manipulated dog breeds (too much skin, too flat snout, etc, that can cause some health issues) and how sometimes dogs are treated as objects (dog beauty shows). I’m also against cropping tails and ears.
I loved especially the siberian husky/alaskan malamute photos. Thanks Tim Flach!
Wow. It’s sad that I can name most of the breeds in these images.
Whys that sad? I think that means you’re knowledgeable about a subject…that should be a good thing!
Are these real dogs, or manipulated images? I have never seen such ones…