Monday, June 20, 2011

Farm Family Portraits

“I take the conventions from the fashion world and apply them to the underclass barnyard animal,” Photographer Rob MacInnis told the New York Times.





There are many more photos to see in the NYTimes article. You will definitely want to go the website of photographer Rob Macinnis too. Click on the drawing of the "farm animals" to see more large photos. Then go back and click on the TV screen to watch the fascinating video description of how he worked on this project. It's very long and so interesting...I still haven't finished watching. He said the goats were the easiest subjects and sheep were the hardest. I discovered all of the above via My Modern Met. I'm so glad because I completely missed this writeup back in 2009.


3 comments:

Dawna said...

Too cute!! Love the first picture for sure :) Made me smile to see them all in their places with such bright little faces! Have a happy day!

Buttonchief7 said...

This guy just made our day with his great pics. Several of these sweet animals are owned by my day-care kids so we can really relate. How enjoyable to see them posing the animals in the barn. Thank you.

Tina Eudora said...

Now that is what I call a family portrait. What's not to love?
Tina xo