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Reef Dwellers by Felix Salazar

Reef Dwellers by Felix Salazar

Reef Dwellers by Felix Salazar

Who could have ever thought that the creatures lived beneath the sea were this colorful? Well, LA based photographer Felix Salazar brought the world wonderful photos of coral reefs and sea creatures. His underwater macro shots are breathtakingly detailed.

The photos in his project Reef Dwellers were not actually taken under the sea. These corals really live in huge saltwater aquariums. One might think that this images were Photoshopped, but these were the ones he got just right, selected from hundreds of shots.

Felix Salazar is not just a photographer but also a composer and a guitarist. He is the resident composer/arranger and co-director of Los Angeles Electric 8.

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Goose and Geese Photography by Graham Owen

Goose and Geese Photography

Goose and Geese Photography

Graham Owen is an artist and a natural photographer. Birds dominate his most recent works, capturing the beauty and grace of these creatures.

Owen grew up traveling the world. He has lived in Malaysia, Australia, Canada and the states of Illinois, New Mexico, and California. His passion for nature opened the door to art and photography. Owen’s gift for transforming nature into art may have come from genetics, for his mother was an accomplished painter of animals and birds. His grandmother studied sculpture and his great grandmother was an entertainer.

Owen’s photos reflect his view of the natural world, demonstrating a unique and mixing realism and artistic impressionism.

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More Than Human by Tim Flach

More Than Human by Tim Flach

More Than Human by Tim Flach

With decades of experience in photographing animals, Tim Flach surely captures the beauty, peculiarity and intelligence of the world’s exotic creatures and beasts.

His book More Than Human is a collection of striking portraits of our non-human fellow beings captured with tenderness and elegance. He spent 7 years in photographing and making this book. By taking close-up shots, Flach attempts to show how closely similar animal gestures can get to that of the humans. These serene images are a result of long research and observation done by Flach. He tested these animals on different aspects such as light, environment, music, temperature and human presence and observed them to get his desired pose or image.

He carefully created individual settings for them and these magnificent photos prove that everything paid off.

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