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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.

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. - stop motion

Alexander Yakovlev fotógrafo que captura a bailarinas usando harina

Estas fotografías tomadas por Alexander Yakovlev, nos muestran la belleza de la danza y el ritmo

10.9k Likes, 274 Comments - Тина Соколовская (@tinasokolovskaya) on Instagram: “Девочки! Снимаем с @shumko_viktoria в Дубае  с 17 февраля по 7 марта! Затем я буду снимать на…”

Just because you’re shooting at the beach doesn’t signify that you’re only restricted to the beach! Typically, you’re not likely to be the only one on the beach whenever you’re shooting. You’re likely to the beach.

I want to take a picture like this

woman-holding-mirror-on-grass-reflection. self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.

Alexander Yakovlev, photographer, captures the incredible grace of ballet in his "flour series" where he caught on film those little magical expressive and dynamic moments we usually miss watching live ballet.

Alexander Yakovlev, photographer, captures the incredible grace of ballet in his "flour series" where he caught on film those little magical expressive and dynamic moments we usually miss watching live ballet. me - awesome slow shutter speed photography

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Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama has an interesting series of photos simply titled, “Nude.” Each image shows an abstract flesh-colored shape that’s created by a nude subject dancing in front of the camera. Although the photographs look like long

Studio-dance photographer Alexander Yakovlev makes his images of professional dancers come alive by adding dynamic elements like exploding flour.

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Moscow-based photographer Alexander Yakovlev has an amazing talent for conveying the elegant, refined energy of dancers. His stunning studio portraits capture dancers mid-pose, exuding a grace and power that is fortified by the primarily black and white a

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