At age 74, with no signs of slowing down, photographer William Wegman continues to photograph his beloved Weimaraner dogs in portraits both zany and poignant. With a newly published book, Being Human, with over 300 never before seen portraits of his dogs, Wegman is also being currently celebrated with an exhibit of some of his Polaroid photos at the Sperone Westwater Gallery in New York City. Born in 1943, Wegman has been an internationally recognized photographer since the early 1970s, and his distinct dog portraits have led to as much interest in the lives and personalities of his dogs as the photographs he takes. Wegman has made his admirers really want to learn about and watch the dogs, and observing his process of working is as much fun as seeing the final portraits. So, as a treat, watch this wonderful video of Wegman at work with his famous Weimaraners Here.