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Businessman With a Monkey On His Back

Monkey on a business man's back, a man with problems he can't get away from. The man has a helpless look on his face as the monkey perches on his back and looking over his shoulder.
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A Businessman With a Monkey On His Back. Monkey on a business man's back, a man with problems he can't get away from. The man has a helpless look on his face as the monkey perches on his back and looking over his shoulder. Businessman With a Monkey On His Back. A man in a dress shirt and tie is standing facing the camera with a large monkey on his back. The man, in a dress shirt and tie has an unhappy look on his face. For this shot of a business man with a monkey on his back, I had to settle for a baboon. The animal trainer briefed us before the shoot on what we could, and could not do.

Among the rules: No smiling, that would be showing our weapons and is very aggressive behavior; no taking things from or handing things to my female assistant, that would be attempting to steal the male baboon's harem, ahem, wouldn't want that! No staring into his eyes either.

I can't remember all of the rules...there were many of them. But the shoot went well and we got some great material. I do have to say, though, shooting primates make me nervous.Concepts illustrated by this stock photograph include: Bizarre, Emotional Stress, Humor, Problems, Worried, Addiction, and Mischief.


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