My flickr contact Philipp Medicus posted this great aerial, shot from a paraglider, of a skier walking a dog with shadows. Brilliant.
This is a brilliant collection, by Andy Seliverstoff, very well done.
I highly recommend clicking on the first picture in the set (the airborne poodle) and then using the right arrow (or the right arrow on your keyboard) and moving through the collection zoomed out. They’re amazing images.
One might chalk these up to high end gear (and a fast lens for shallow depth of field) but that’s only a small part of making excellent portraits like these. They’re well lit, composed, and no doubt each shot was one of many.
The last one actually looks like a bear to me. What do you think?
Flickr member Lainey1 has been taking pictures of this dog for a while now and I see these pictures regularly in the Ricoh GR group photo stream. Some of them are just cute pictures of a cute dog but this one really stood out to me. The big head, the perspective, the chair, it all works well.
Taken with a Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Teo Choong Ching Photography posted this fantastic slice of Indian life taken near Pushkar Lake, India with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Ron Anthony Bautista took this great street shot in Washington Heights, New York.
The nose pick makes it.
My flickr contact ZTarek posted this wonderful image taken in India of a dog and suckling pups, and two mothers herding their children looking on. Excellent.
My flickr contact Jack David Hubbell took this great image of the shadow of an “Alfred Hitchcock” shaped man with a dog on a leash in Omaha, Nebraska with his Sony RX1.
The dog’s tail and posture is great.
Oh my god, these are incredible. If you don’t know the work of Christopher Guest then you’ll still appreciate the idea of “pet-obsessed nutjobs” but Guest’s improvisational, “documentary” style is a perfect fit for these ads.
If you were a fan of Christopher Guest’s classic movie Best in Show, PetSmart has the perfect campaign for you.
The brand, with agency GDS&M, hired the writer, actor and filmmaker to direct a set of commercials in his signature mockumentary style, under the tagline “Partners in Pethood.” The results are, unsurprisingly, great.
Best in Show remains one of Guest’s best movies of all time, hilarious and if you get the DVD, don’t forget to watch the extras and outtakes, they’re as good or better than the movie.