Lithuanian photographer Andrius Burba is quite famous for her “underlook” photography projects which previously included cats, rabbits, and even horses. After the success of this series of photographs, she, along with her teammates, worked on a similar project. This time the surprise is for dog lovers. If you’re a dog-lover, then there is no doubt that you’ll swoon over the results of her “Under-dogs” project.
Unlike other pet photographers, Burba prefers a different angle to capture the beauty of animals. Using a specially designed glass table, she spent hours capturing photos of dogs from underneath. Despite all the trouble she had to undertake, the photographs turned out brilliantly. Like the rest of her photographs, the results of the “under-dogs” project are so much fun and make you fall in love with your dog once again.
With her unique way of photography, she has certainly given a completely novel meaning to dog photography. Scroll down and see for yourself!
Andrius revealed to Bored Panda that the shoot with dogs was much easier and more fun than the shoot with cats. “Cats were very cute but dogs are more playful. Dogs are more obedient which helps us to create more interesting shots. While some dogs were playful on the ground they have completely changed on the glass and stood still like a rock. Others weren’t afraid of standing above which was easy and fun to work with,” she explained.
Two of the many things she learned from this shoot was “First, cats think they are gods since people feed, love, and give them homes. Secondly, dogs see humans as a god as they feed, love, and give them homes.”
Furthermore, she has decided to go full-time on the upcoming underlook projects. Her future plan is to capture similar photographs with a bigger and a lot more ferocious species – tigers.