A new book, called Big Cat Studio, showcases lions, tigers, leopards and more photographed against a white background in a studio, giving these images a candid and intimate feel
Photographed in a specially constructed studio at The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (T.I.G.E.R.S) in South Carolina, the pictures were taken during 24 sessions over one year
"The key to producing photographs as intimate as these was the close attention and skill of the cat handlers here at T.I.G.E.R.S in Myrtle Beach," said Dr Bhagavan 'Doc' Antle, the group founder and director. "These cats have been with my dedicated team since birth and their intuitive knowledge of their behaviour was essential to the photographic shoot"
With part of the proceeds from the book going to help the conservation work Doc does in preventing the decline in population of big cats, Big Cat Studio has a serious side too
Ngala, a four-month-old male Lion
Toltec, a seven-month-old male Ocelot
Aslan, 14-year-old male Lion
Chance, three-year-old male leopard
Parvati, a three-year-old female Lynx
Radha, a two-month-old female Golden Tabby Tiger
Bija, a two-year-old female Black Leopard
Chant and Sloka, six-week-old Leopard cubs
Tyra, a seven-week-old female Bengal Tiger
Jannaki, a two-year-old female Standard Royal Bengal Tiger
Muktan, a two-year-old male Golden Tabby Bengal Tiger, one of only 30 left in the world
Samasta, a two-year-old female Royal White Bengal Tiger
Big Cat Studio: lions, tigers and leopards photographed in a studio - Telegraph
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Gorgeous creatures...who have no business being in a studio.
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Very beautiful, but I'd much rather see them in their natural habitat.
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That Golden Tabby tiger is just gorgeous. All of them are beautiful, but he just takes the cake.
Stunning photos and what beautiful animals. It's hard to choose a favorite from these guys. The Tabby Tigers are fabulous - I've never seen one before. And with only 30 left in the world, we might not see too many of these cats. Wow.
The big goofy lion cub is hands down my favourite.
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