Photo Series Shows Off The Morphing Faces Of Dogs

Photo Series Shows Off The Morphing Faces Of Dogs
Innovation

Carli Davidson's new book, Shake, features canine companions in their most carefree moments.

Kristen Nozell
  • 28 october 2013

Animal photographer Carli Davidson gained a substantial online following in 2011 when photos of her canine clients shaking themselves dry were discovered and circulated virally. The Portland, Oregon based artist expanded the series of amusing images and has now published a book, appropriately titled ‘Shake‘ that includes 130 full page portraits, including 100 never-before-seen photos. The images are shot using a set of high-speed strobes that can synch at up to 1/13,000th of a second, ensuring that every drop of flying drool is captured with precision and giving viewers a glimpse of man’s best friend in a moment that’s rarely seen in detail.

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