Behind The Scenes With An Animal PhotographerDPMag Published in Blog
I love the work of photographer Sharon Montrose, and I'd love to have her job, too. She's a tremendously talented photographer (full disclosure: she's a friend of a friend, but I promise that's not why I love her work. It's just why I'm aware of it.) who has made a name for herself photographing animals in her L.A. studio. And more recently, she's made her whole career photographing them to sell prints via her web site, The Animal Print Shop. For a glimpse at her work, and an interesting look behind the scenes of her process (on a day when she has what appears to be a baby llama in her studio), check out this great little story at the Cup of Jo blog.
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