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There are many talented photographers in this world. They each have “that right stuff” which makes them unique and causes them to stand out from the rest.
But this photographer’s perspective is really different! He photographs pets from underneath on a black background.
Meet Andrius Burba. His uncommon photography concept has become his signature work. Born in 1992 in Marijampole, Lithuania, a camera has been Andrius’ constant companion since the age of 14.
He has already published photography books featuring the undersides of cats, rabbits, and horses. His recent project is photographing dogs. Burba finished shooting for the project a while back but waited for a perfect time to publish alongside his book, titled Under Dogs.
“I learned two main things from these photo shoots.” Said Burba, “First, cats think they are gods since people feed, love, and give them homes. Secondly, dogs see humans as a god as they feed, love and give them homes.”
Yes, you probably read that quote twice.
He designed a specially-manufactured glass table in order to photograph bigger dogs. He has fully invested in the Underlook project and set his next new plan for tigers.
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