I love this series. The style of dance isn't exactly what I was looking for but her movements and the movement of the flour is. I would use color for the flour instead to liven it up and make it more festive for a music festival.
Photographer Bobby Neel Adams combines two photos of his portraits subjects—one as a youth and one as an adult—into composite portraits he calls “AgeMaps.” The portraits are composited without the aid of computers.
.This piece is very different, but still inspirational in the fact that having something missing of the woman but then through her face showing how she really feels, like a fear inside her head. This has given me an idea to use my text and word this way, where the missing part of the person is the words come out to say how that person is really feeling. #hiddenthoughts
Getting the model to hold an old image of themselves creates a sort of timeline, from young to old. The soft lighting possibly created by a soft box creates a soft range of tones, making the image light and easy to look at.
Photography by Hugh Kretschmer, a Los Angeles-native photographer, whose 22-year career is marked by both editorial & advertising imagery, with an endearing use of metaphor & hand crafted, trick-the-eye elements