Portraits of animals close up

Photographer brad Wilson is coming to a close. Very close. No wonder that his new project is called "Proximity". It's a series of photos of wild animals taken as close as possible. Wilson photographing animals on a black background. The result is great shots of different animals to "persons" which can be seen expressive features, forcing us to watch again and again.

Portraits of animals close up

Portraits of animals close up

Although many of his "models" - wild animals, he photographs them not in their natural habitat. Photo: Puma.

Portraits of animals close up

Animals are transported to his Studio. In the photo: Zebra.

Portraits of animals close up

These animals are accustomed to humans, and Wilson knows they won't attack him. That is why he can photograph them from close range. On the photo: the Cheetah.

Portraits of animals close up

Of course, some steps need to be taken. Photo: a chimpanzee.

Portraits of animals close up

In addition, animals are accompanied by the Rangers, and during the shooting they are given their favorite treats as a reward. On the photo: the elephant.

Portraits of animals close up

Alligator.

Portraits of animals close up

Buffalo.

Portraits of animals close up

Spider monkey.

Portraits of animals close up

The orangutan.

Portraits of animals close up

Monkey.

Portraits of animals close up

Tiger.

Portraits of animals close up

White tiger.

Portraits of animals close up

North American scoop.

Portraits of animals close up

Fox.

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