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rachardwolf:  Session with Nardia of The Washington Ballet.   Dancer: Nardia Boodoo  Instagram: Narstarr Photographer: Rachard Wolf Instagram: RachardWolf

rachardwolf: Session with Nardia of The Washington Ballet. Dancer: Nardia Boodoo Instagram: Narstarr Photographer: Rachard Wolf Instagram: RachardWolf

looking at the art of dance through an unusual lens, russian photographer…

looking at the art of dance through an unusual lens, russian photographer…

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 aesthetic and clean scene compositions. Yakovlev’s photography provides viewers the opportunity to fully appreciate the majesty of a moving human body frozen in time, each image radiating an intangible element that makes it hard to look away…

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 aesthetic and clean scene compositions. Yakovlev’s photography provides viewers the opportunity to fully appreciate the majesty of a moving human body frozen in time, each image radiating an intangible element that makes it hard to look away…

repeated pattern similar to molecular structures. Keeping with the natural structure theme. natural colours/materials used in cultural designs/pattern

repeated pattern similar to molecular structures. Keeping with the natural structure theme. natural colours/materials used in cultural designs/pattern

As a young woman, Francesca Woodman  Photographed herself obsessively but often she appears as a blur of movement or a half-hidden figure, someone constantly trying to escape or hide. The end result is not self-portraiture, but a series of stills from a continuous performance in which she plays with the notion of the self, disguising, transforming and defacing her own body.

As a young woman, Francesca Woodman Photographed herself obsessively but often she appears as a blur of movement or a half-hidden figure, someone constantly trying to escape or hide. The end result is not self-portraiture, but a series of stills from a continuous performance in which she plays with the notion of the self, disguising, transforming and defacing her own body.