Andrius Burba is the photographer behind the Underlook project. The whole idea behind this project is to show how animals look from underneath. So far they have done photoshoot of cats, dogs, rabbits, horses, and even bikes.
Today here we’re going to be focused on our beloved fluffy canines and see them from a different angle than what we’re used to see before. The first dog photoshoot took place in Vilnius at a photo studio in 2016. Just like in his prior work, Burba had each dog pose above a clean sheet of glass while he snapped his shots from below. The photos were not shared right away since the photographer was waiting for the publication of the book first. The book is called “Unter-Hunden” ( eng. Under-Dogs ), published by a German book publisher “Riva”.
In this adorable photoshoot we see paws, faces, fluffiness everywhere. Seeing how successful these photoshoots have been, Burba plans to expand the project including tigers as well.
The artist even shared a video behind the scenes to see how the whole process goes where they set up a big glass table to capture the dogs.
Earthwonders granted permission to feature photos by Underlook.