Animals in the photographs of Tim Flatschach
• Animals in the photographs of Tim Flatschach
These portraits - in other word - almost full of human emotions.
Flatschach Tim (Tim Flach) was born in London in 1958 and still lives in the British capital. After graduating in 1983 Master's degree in the School of Arts of St.. Martin, where he studied photography and applied art, he started an advertising photography. Tim has worked with Adidas, Cirque du Soleil, Jaguar, Sony and other major customers. But the real fame came to him when he began to work with animals. The first time Tim Flatschach tried to shoot animals in eighteen years in the London Zoo. But, according to him, it was another ten years before something began to turn out.
Life Magazine described the method of artistic photography "Tim Flatschach uses principles of human portrait and vocabulary of gestures and attitudes that reflect an echo of our own, playing on our predispositions and sympathies."
"We worked under the fine drizzle litter, because the mouse there hung two hundred per square foot. Very soon we were all completely covered with disgusting slime and photographic slide in hands. Add to this the horrendous stench of ammonia from which did not save even respirators, and the heat - inside it was ten degrees hotter than outside, as it was in Texas. In addition, it was found that that cave, except mice, sheltered biting beetles, which also does not help in the work. As soon as we finished shooting - immediately got into the nearest lake "- he told Tim about the shooting bats.