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Rob MacInnis

Rob MacInnis

What a sweet family photo and everybody looked good

A Day at a Farm With Rob MacInnis

What a sweet family photo and everybody looked good

With his touching series The Farm Family, Brooklyn-based photographer Rob MacInnis shoots barn animals in the style of fashion magazine spreads. Freeing the soulful creatures from the context of the lowly barnyard and challenging rituals of human consumption, he wittily and heartbreakingly captures sheep, cows, and goats in Annie Leibovitz-inspired portraits and panoramas. Staged between bales of hay and a snowy doorway resembling a dreamy film screen, the humble beasts find themselves…

With his touching series The Farm Family, Brooklyn-based photographer Rob MacInnis shoots barn animals in the style of fashion magazine spreads. Freeing the soulful creatures from the context of the lowly barnyard and challenging rituals of human consumption, he wittily and heartbreakingly captures sheep, cows, and goats in Annie Leibovitz-inspired portraits and panoramas. Staged between bales of hay and a snowy doorway resembling a dreamy film screen, the humble beasts find themselves…

A rather unusual family photograph ... #quirkyanimals

A rather unusual family photograph ... #quirkyanimals

Rob MacInnis’s Glamorous Portraits of Farm Animals

Rob MacInnis’s Glamorous Portraits of Farm Animals

Photographer Rob MacInnis gathers barnyard animals that we selected for consumption and production, and turns them into majestic portrait subjects.  Everything started when Rob came back from a long journey through South America. Taking photos in places that suffered from extreme poverty made him rethink photography's role in his life and society: I had a tough time dealing with my relationship to photography after this trip, Rob told Bored Panda. I felt it irresponsible to ignore the ex...

This Photographer Photographs Farm Animal Like No One Else

Photographer Rob MacInnis gathers barnyard animals that we selected for consumption and production, and turns them into majestic portrait subjects. Everything started when Rob came back from a long journey through South America. Taking photos in places that suffered from extreme poverty made him rethink photography's role in his life and society: I had a tough time dealing with my relationship to photography after this trip, Rob told Bored Panda. I felt it irresponsible to ignore the ex...

Brooklyn based photographer Rob MacInnis parodies hackneyed family portraits by taking the same style pictures of farm animals. The images in his series ‘The Farm Family’ look like your standard cliché department store photos, but with sheep, goats, cows and pigs instead of moms, dads, sisters and brothers. These images mimic human family portraits by posing the animals to look straight into the camera. The animals are surrounded with familiar farm props like hay bales and cobblestone walls…

Silly photos of farm animals posing for cliché family portraits

Brooklyn based photographer Rob MacInnis parodies hackneyed family portraits by taking the same style pictures of farm animals. The images in his series ‘The Farm Family’ look like your standard cliché department store photos, but with sheep, goats, cows and pigs instead of moms, dads, sisters and brothers. These images mimic human family portraits by posing the animals to look straight into the camera. The animals are surrounded with familiar farm props like hay bales and cobblestone walls…

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family style portraits of farm animals

family style portraits of farm animals

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