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Harry Frees is the photographer responsible for these legitimate old time-y portraits of kittens and puppies that you've probably seen somewhere on the internet. He began dressing animals in tiny human costumes all the way back in 1905. You can imagine how hard it must have been to take a clear photo of hyper kittens with a camera back then! You can read more about his story over here.

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Greg Murray is a lifestyle, portrait, and commercial photographer that specializes in capturing dogs eating peanut butter. He's currently trying to publish a photo book of his work called For the Love of Peanut Butter. If you'd like to help him out, click here to go to his Kickstarter page.

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sharks finding nemo photography A Photographer Found the Shark From Finding Nemo off the Coast of Florida
Via: EW
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Remember that friendly shark in 'Finding Nemo' who swore never to eat fish again in his life?  They found him!

And by "they found him" we mean, someone took a picture of a shark whose horrifyingly sharp teeth form a large, menacing grin. 


via caters news

Okay, the smile does look a little goofy. A retiree named Kenneth “Wayne” MacWilliams apparently captured this off the coast of Florida and shared it with Caters News Agency. Apparently this is a lemon shark, the "friendliest" of sharks. 

Kotleta (or Cutlet in English) lives in Russia with his incredibly talented human that specializes in photo editing. Cutlet is often the subject of these surreal photos which just makes them even more fun to look at.

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If you're not familiar with The Dogist, it's a photo-documentary series on Instagram about the beauty of dogs! It's kind of like Humans of New York, but with pups. Some posts are captioned with quotes from their humans or details about their life, but the photos manage to tell a story on their own.

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Via: Nikon Asia
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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.

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