More Than Human: Animal Portraits Collection Book
A photographer from London Tim Flach has finally published his work of seven years in an animal portrait book called “More than Human“. Out of nature and in a place much more familiar from portraits of people or fashion photography, the animals become the subject of Flach’s highly detailed and intimate style, in which imagery of other species resonates with uncannily human poses and expressions.
“I’ve always had a sense of wonderment about nature and I love the uncertainty of putting the subjects in front of the camera. I think the main thing is that sense of the divide, the space between us and them which has always intrigued me about animals.” – Tim Flach
Here’s more about Tim in this video:
“For the majority of my shots I use a Hasselblad medium format (H4D 50). However in the instances where I am shooting fast sequences, small subjects or long distant shots I choose a Canon. The choice always comes down to the most appropriate tool for each and every situation.” – Tim’s answer for the photographers