Chandoha sadly passed away last year at the age of 98, but his legacy lives on in his sequel dedicated to man’s best friend.Terriers, collies, beagles, bloodhounds, poodles, small dogs , big dogs, show dogs, working dogs, and many more, featuring in both black-and-white and Kodachrome.Walter Chandoha was a combat photographer in the Second World War, before a chance encounter with a cat led him on a path that would shape his professional career.
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He is regarded as the world’s greatest domestic animal photographer, with a career spanning over seven decades and an archive of more than 200,000 photographs.
You can purchase ‘Walter Chandoha. Dogs. Photographs 1941–1991’here