Daredevil Photographer Recreates Iconic “Jaws” Movie Poster – Design You Trust

Daredevil Photographer Recreates Iconic “Jaws” Movie Poster

A photographer got up close and personal with a 15-foot tiger shark to snap pictures similar to those used in the iconic poster for Steven Spielberg’s shark attack movie “Jaws”.

Michael Dornellas who runs an ocean safari company used a crate full of bait to get within touching distance of the enormous female shark off Tiger Beach in the Bahamas. He was able to get the picture he wanted from below the shark’s body, allowing its head to fill the frame just like the poster for the famous 1975 movie.

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