Photographer Andrius Burba

Canine Culture

 

Who doesn’t love an under dog?

Last March 2020 we wrote about Andrius Burba’s Cats series.  Today we take a look at his Under Dog series in which he celebrates us wooftastic dogs.  In this series he photographs his pawtacular dog models with a black background & sheet of glass as the stage creating the illusion that his models are floating in space, with their floppy ears, tail, & fur free flowing towards the viewer.  Each  pawsome pup playfully interacts with the glass surface in which they stand on while they unknowingly have their photo taken. Some look pawplexed by the experience, while others appear to be pawfessional models who are unpawterbed by this request.  If you need more you can follow Andrius Burba on Instagram.

Let’s have a look at what I have dug up.

Have a pawsome weekend. We remain under “stay at home” orders. Stay safe.

CEO Olivia

Cats from a Different Perspective.

Canine Culture

Photographer Andrius Burba began taking pictures of cats from below in 2015 with cats on a black background. In the intervening years he has added dogs, rabbits, bicycles, & even horses. The most recent collection swaps out the black backdrops for bright colors. Mr. Burba places a cat on a glass surface & shoots from below, with the backdrop placed above the cat. The resulting photographs show the unique fur, eyes, & personalities of the subject cat, as they strike poses that convey curiosity, boredom, or annoyance. You can see the full collection the Underlook website. Underlook also shares updates on InstagramFacebook.

I wonder what Dottie & Jerry Underfoot would think of this?

Have a wooftastic weekend.

CEO Olivia