The play - Wings by Alesja Popova

Wings by Alesja Popova

An editorial story on the subject of human movement

An editorial story on the subject of human movement

"Movements" is another great series by Israeli photographer Ben Sandler. In this series Ben explores the subject of human movement, for the Fall 2013 issue of the French publication, Blast Magazine. More photography via DesignTaxi

52 photo ideas: try one of these awesome photo ideas every week in 2015!

52 photography projects: A photo idea to try every week of the year

From easy home photography projects you can do today to creative long-terms projects, here are 52 fantastic photo ideas you have to try this year.

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BLACK&WHITE IN COLOR #04

the dynamic photos shows the movement of many ballerinas as you can see we're they moved because the affect of the blur

Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili Gjon Mili was an Albanese photographer living in New York who was born in 1904 and died in 1984 of a pneumonia. Known for his black and white long exposure pictures he has worked a long time on artists portraits for magazine Life. On that time the long exposure didnt exist on the tools of cameras ; to get this effect he used stroboscopic lights to illustrate the action and movements sequences. We can see dancers Frida Kahlo a Broadway dance…

Black and White Movements Photography by Gjon Mili

Dancers in Motion: Amazing Photos by Jesús Chapa-Malacara | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Dancers in Motion: Amazing Photos by Jesús Chapa-Malacara

Jesus Chapa-Malacara is raising funds for Dance Prints - Humans Slicing Through Space on Kickstarter! Get rad photo art while making possible the next round of the ground-breaking art photography by artist Jesús Chapa-Malacara.

Second curtain sync. Flash at end of long exposure freezes movement.

If you’re new to ballet class, you may not know what’s appropriate in certain situations. Ballet requires a certain level of etiquette, and ignoring it is considered disrespectful to the art form, the teacher, and your classmates.


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