No, I'm not talking about a photographer who snaps pictures of dogs. I take pictures of my pooch ALL the time! No, this is a photographer who is an actual dog, better yet, a pho-dog-rapher. Ha ha ha.
But seriously, how does this canine camera carrier, known as Grizzler, do it? Here's the secret. Camera manufacturer Nikon has developed a special camera around a completely new concept in photography, called "Heartography."
It works like this: the special camera is equipped with heartbeat sensors and is strapped to Grizzler's chest. When Grizzler's heartbeat raises, like when he gets excited to meet another pup, the camera will snap a photo.
The idea behind the project is that we can now become photographers via our emotions to create images that "come straight from the heart."
Watch the fun and informative video below to see some of Grizzler's snaps and learn more about the project.