Right Before You’re Eaten
H/T to Bayou Renaisannce Man for posting about a story in The Daily Mailon photographer Simon De Glanville who gets London’s animal residents to pose for unique close-up pictures by baiting them with chips, bread, kebabs and curry. De Glanville uses an antique fisheye lens from Belarus to capture these incredible shots. According to The Mail:
Simon, who trained as a zoologist before taking up photography 12 years ago, now works as a wildlife cameraman travelling the world shooting documentaries. However when he is not travelling the globe, Simon often spend hours at a time snapping the local talent near his South London home.
Here’s a small taste of his work – go see the rest and see what the world might look like right before you’re eaten.