Funny Fluffy Mark Taylor
• Funny Fluffy Mark Taylor
Mark Taylor - an amateur photographer, but this does not prevent him from doing the touching images of our brethren. He has a studio in the south-east of England, where Taylor and is engaged in photographing. His models are most often young, are usually obtained even funnier than adult animals.
16 weeks of golden retriever in a pair with a guinea pig.
The camera caught the attention of lovely Taylor models. If you do not seize the moment - an excellent frame is guaranteed!
The photographer often takes his animal friends in the frame and hit the four-legged friend of man, to interest his tail. Photos young animals are obtained better than their adult counterparts.
The most friendly model - is the kittens, which, moreover, quickly adapt to studio life. And have to tinker with the images of ducks most: "They never for a moment or stand still", - says the photographer.
Photos surprise nature of the Bulldogs. Remarkably posing as guinea pigs, they often freeze for a few minutes before you start to run the studio.
Rabbits - a frequent object of filming Taylor, a deer came to the photographer of an animal rescue center. This fun shot - the result of interest zverushek each other.
Original photos added this chicken. "On that day, the kitten did not want to pose - Taylor recalls. - Cats much harder to photograph than dogs because they get tired more quickly. If the cat is scared, it will look funky on the photo. "
This galchonka nursed in an animal rescue center, which employs sister Taylor. Once on a visit to the photographer, the bird was captured in a picture in a pair with a black rabbit. "This chick is still not really know how to fly, otherwise I would have not photographed," - said Taylor.
Before shooting, Taylor carefully produmyvat which of pupils with whom to seat. "We always plant the animals together to see how they look." Very nice couple, do not they?
This rabbit named Peter, a permanent "client" of the photographer, who had become friends with colleagues on the sets. And the cat sitting next to him does not bother.