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ePub ´ mobi More than Human ñ 9781419705526 ô naturaltreatment à Award winning photographer Tim Flach has spent years inuiring into the essential bond we have with animals Now he presents the culmination of a career long endeavor an extraordinary body of work in which each image is striking and poS lions orangutans cobras bullfrogs chimpanzees wolves porcupines elephants owls armadillos among many others as they have never been seen before Shedding light on Flach’s images will be an accessible collection of texts written and edited by author Lewis Blackwe Couldn't resist these photos It was fun to study themMore than Human

Tim Flach ã More than Human eBook

Award winning photographer Tim Flach has spent years inuiring into the essential bond we have with animals Now he presents the culmination of a career long endeavor an extraordinary body of work in which each image is striking and powerful than the lastJust as did A five star rating on Goodreads is synonymous with it was amazing and I don't think I've ever actually given 5 stars until now This book is large and heavy but so worth it because the photos within are truly amazing The info snippets that are sprinkled throughout are just icing on top of something that is already marvelous I'm seriously considering buying a copy of this to have on hand at homeDo you love photography? Do you love animals? If so you definitely want to check this out Beware though because there are creepy crawlies within these pages and I know some of you are suirmish over such things A few of the pictures were even a bit much for me to look at too long

eBook Ë More than Human ã Tim Flach

More than HumanFlach’s highly acclaimed previous books Euus and Dogs More than Human will amaze and inspire in a constant affirmation of the animal whether it be rare or common powerful or defenseless odd or majestic The book showcases a menagerie of creatures pandas tigers bat Unbelievable The pictures in this book are breathtaking It's an unusual undertaking not without significant ethical issues Most people try to take pictures of animals in their natural environment but Tim Flach has mostly taken studio portraits stripped of external contextual identities It is an edgy feeling seeing another creature through this kind of enhanced vision simultaneously real and less real closer and distant a fellow being and an impenetrable other I suppose human studio portraits offer a somewhat similar vision the lights the lens the processing all calling forth a creation that portrays a reality rather than 'is reality' But my goodness every page of this book is an experience and a dialogue plus a hundred uestions regarding the 'who' of these brilliantly executed images and how we as humans relate to the animal world