Self Portrait stars Batty, one of my most photographed dogs. Batty was particularly skilled at holding any pose no matter how far-fetched. I especially like the way her beautiful ears faced the lens when I photographed her, which you can really see in Self Portrait. Self Portrait was originally shot with the Polaroid 20 x 24 camera in 1995.
"Bill’s been photographing his Weimaraners for more than forty years now, with the personalities of each playing an important role in the pictures that he makes of them. He describes Yoga as being his idea of a yoga pose, but also admits that it was probably Batty’s idea to start with. And then there’s Self Portrait, which we called “Batty in the Frame” as we worked on image selection and proofing, but was transformed into something else entirely once named … in this instance perhaps it’s not that exactly that Batty was running the show, but rather that Bill sees himself reflected back at him through the image they created together" ... Read more from Jen Bekman on the blog!
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