Watch how Grizzler became a canine photographer with Nikon's help. With a device developed to turn emotions into photographs, see how they managed to capture how one dog perceives the world by using his heart rate as a trigger for the camera.
The video, filmed by our camera crew, features Grizzler the Border Collie wearing a Nikon camera attached to a harness. Each time Grizzler gets excited or happy, his heart rate increases and in turn triggers a mechanism to depress the camera's shutter and take a picture allowing us to see the world from Grizzler's perspective.
Due to Grizzler's active running and jumping on his adventure, many shots were blurred - reflective of Grizzler's energy! We chose the best ones to feature in this video.
To ensure Grizzler's safety and comfort, the crew constantly followed him to provide ample hydration, food and other necessities, and as such, some photos you see may have included members of the crew in the background.
They didn't know how or why... but there they were abandoned in a neighbor's yard. I shook my head. Called a good rescue friend. And took out the camera.
She recently had puppies… and now she was nursing two small kittens. Caring for them as if they were her own. Protecting them and teaching them. Compassionate and loving. And doing all the motherly things. And happy to have the job.
The (thus far) unnamed Mama Yorkie & kitties have been graciously taken in by Buster's Friends Rescue. If you would like to help with their care, you can click on the yellow donate button here: http://bustersfriends.org/. Thank you.
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