[Photography] Andrius Burba under Horses

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UNDERLOOK.
Des chevaux vu d’en dessous, plusieurs photographes s’y étaient essayés jusque-là, notamment grâce à la photographie télécommandée en saut d’obstacles. Andrius Burba a lui poussé le vice beaucoup plus loin. Ou du moins la technique de production. Le photographe lituanien avait déjà mis en œuvre cet angle en contre-plongé avec des animaux plutôt légers comme le chat. Avec la série Under-Horse, il réalise une performance de poids !

Un cheval, c’est en moyenne 600kg. La technique d’Andrius Burba consiste à faire poser les animaux sur des plaques en verre à travers lesquelles il peut prendre ses clichés avec une sensation de profondeur inégalée. Concrètement, trois mètres le séparait de ses modèles à quatre pattes jambes. Deux mois de travail et quarante personnes mobilisées. La photographie est un art mathématiques, puisqu’on vous le dit !

www.pegasebuzz.com | Equestrian photography : Andrius Burba - Underlook horses.

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www.pegasebuzz.com | Equestrian photography : Andrius Burba - Underlook horses.

www.pegasebuzz.com | Equestrian photography : Andrius Burba - Underlook horses.

www.pegasebuzz.com | Equestrian photography : Andrius Burba - Underlook horses.

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« Once I had a crazy idea to take a photo of a horse from underneath, today I have results from my most difficult photoshoot I have ever had. It all started with a project Under-cats. After it reach a high interest I decided to make a far bigger project. I looked for different examples of what was done on the internet and after no similar results I decided that I have to do it and be the first person to shoot a standing horse form underneath. As I started to organise the photoshoot of a horse I knew that all I needed is to get 600 kg horse on a glass, dig 3 meters in to the ground, put my camera under a big glass and take a shot. Even though it was the same concept as project « Under-Cats » it took two months to organise it all. I have found horse friendly environment and even made rubber horse shoes, to save the glass from scratching. » – Andreas Burba.

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A très vite,
Roxanne
XXX
Photographer : Andrius Burba
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1 Response
  • jacqueline bretschneider
    mars 16, 2017

    That is really wild! First time I have commented on your page, I just usually enjoy, but had to comment on this one.
    Thanks for posting so many fantastic photographs.

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