Offbeat London Photographer Captures the Dogs of the World in Their Own Habitats

06:56  08 february  2018
06:56  08 february  2018 Source:   Mental Floss

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For his project " Dogs , Dogs , Dogs ", London -based photographer Alan Schaller documents the canines that he finds in all and the personalities of the dogs he captures are just as diverse as their homes. While the overall tiger population in India is still threatened by poaching, habitat loss, and

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a cat sitting in front of a sunset: London Photographer Captures the Dogs of the World in Their Own Habitats© iStock London Photographer Captures the Dogs of the World in Their Own Habitats When snapping pictures, some travel photographers prefer to focus on people walking the streets. Highlighting the local residents can help ground a place in reality, but humans aren’t the only subjects worth capturing. For his project "Dogs, Dogs, Dogs", London-based photographer Alan Schaller documents the canines that he finds in all corners of the globe.

According to My Modern Met, Schaller started out photographing people he met on his travels. The high-contrast, black-and-white look of his work has earned him widespread recognition. For his latest project, he has chosen to showcase dogs in the same style.

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London -based street photographer Alan Schaller normally focuses on “the realities and diversities of human life", but as he traveled the world he noticed the dogs he met were pretty Ridiculously Cute Photos Of High Fashion Dogs . Vintage Photos Of Rock Stars With Their Cats And Dogs .

Schaller described dogs to My Modern Met as “consistently friendly, unpredictable, and amusing” compared to humans. When he sees a dog he wants to photograph, he will first ask the owner's permission, then bend down to the pet’s level to gain its trust. He has photographed dogs in Norway, England, India, Thailand, Turkey, and plenty of places in between, and the personalities of the dogs he captures are just as diverse as their homes. You can check out his photography below and follow Schaller on Instagram to see more of his work.

[h/t My Modern Met]

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