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I understand that my chipmunk photography can seem unbelievable at times, and I’m used to getting questions such as « How did you do that? » and « Is it all Photoshop? »

As this video will show, it’s all happening right there in front of the camera. I get no satisfaction out of a composited photo—the challenge for me is to capture the chipmunk engaged in a real and rather extraordinary situation. And keep in mind that this is a wild chipmunk, not my pet.

This video was originally posted to my secondary photostream, PowerPig Set-ups. Click on through and you’ll find more behind-the-scenes videos, wide shots of various sets, as well as a selection of alternate shots and short tutorials.

You might also like to check out his other homes online:
Fan Facebook Page: Chris McVeigh Photography
Follow him n Twitter: ActionFigured
Visit his website: chrismcveigh.com

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