Forget the camera with remote control or hidden in the rocks and the trees lenses.
Jonathan Griffiths prefers to take pictures of yourself, and, at a distance of a few centimeters from the wild beasts.
British photographer Jonathan Griffiths risked his life to make these shots of lions, bears and other predators.
32-year-old photographer endured 40 degrees of frost Canadian forests and steppes to gain the trust of each of its "model" for two or three days. Photo: Snow Leopard.
He beckons them with food - mostly chicken to photograph better. Photo: American badger.
In this picture you can see the power of the king of beasts, lashed out at his camera.
And in this photo tiger decided "to breathe" in his lens.