By Mike Jones
This photographer has managed to perfectly capture ‘underdogs’ – literally, grabbing shots of the fluffy, the tiny and the tall.
Snapper Chris King, 46, has a unique goal – to capture the quirkiest pet pawtraits possible, by photographing pooches from underneath.
PIC BY Unique Underdogs / CATERS NEWS
Standing the pups on glass tables, and tempting them to stay still with treats, Chris loves to capture the funniest and weirdest poses he can.
Chris, who owns studio Uniquecapture in Milton Keyes, said: “As long as they don’t pee on the table or camera, they’re brilliant.
“The dogs look like they are flying, dancing, exercising, high-fiving or even being cheeky sticking their tongue out at you.
“Every dog is different, no two shots are the same and they are not posed for or manipulated in photoshop in any way to create the shapes.
“As long as the dog likes treats and can stand on the glass eating the treats we can get a unique shot from a ‘pawspective’ owners will not have seen before.”
To cope with the reflections from the glass tables, Chris blacks out everything apart from the beloved family pet in the image.
He added: “We have had so much love and positive reactions from our customers.
“We are blown away by the feedback.”