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Creative Pet Portraits by Elke Vogelsang

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Dog-Portraits-The-Capsule

Dog-Portraits-The-Capsule

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Photographer Elke Vogelsang normally take pictures of people, but she also just happens to knows how to perfectly capture the personality within every dog she photographs.

Elke loves to spend her spare time  with her trio of rescue dogs, but these aren’t the only dogs lucky enough to have their portraits taken by her. Elke’s gallery is filled with tons of expressive and heartwarming images of other dogs she has take pictures of.

For more images and where to purchase prints, you can find her on 500px. (Via Colossal)

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Incredible Black & White Animal Portraits by Lukas Holas

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Lukas Holas loves animals, and decided to take black and white portraits of his favorite beast to showcase their detailed coats and age hardened skin, leaving color out of the equation to enhance these textures. Adding to the effect, the darkened backgrounds make it look like the animals are in a studio rather then their habitats.

More portraits of animals can be found on Lukas’ Behance, also check out his series ‘Other Worlds‘ which has some amazing macro shots. (Via Inspiration Grid)

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Negative Space Animals

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These cute and adorable animals come to us from artist George Bokhua, who uses negative space to create depth that isn’t there. The use of negative space in advertising and posters is becoming more and more abundant, as made clear in our post earlier this week. The great thing about negative space is the insta-minimalism that it brings to any image. You can also catch more of Bokhua’s work on his Dribble. (via Abduzeedo)

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