My Passions for dance, photography and art come together in my unique creations of dreamy dance images. All photographs of the dancers are taken by myself then I use stock images (fully paid for) to create the backgrounds
Bertil Nilsson is a Swedish photographer and filmmaker who captures dancers and performers in natural and architectural environments.
These images are part of a series called "Naturally", published in a limited-edition book last November.
I have been photographing dancers for almost ten years now. Primarily my work with them has had a large amount of production to it. Studios, lighting, hair, make up.
Ballet is the art of educated human body. I always wanted to photograph a ballerina in different urban areas. I think this contrast between the delicacy and everyday atmosphere, highlights the sublime of this art.
Edifice explores relationships built very much like a house. Isolated forms bend, flow and connect to create a unified mass. A structure that shelters and nurtures those within.
I love photographing children underwater. The ripples, the colors, the happiness children exude. This is my new series. Last year I photographed many children as super heroes and athletes - this year I wanted to do something a bit more graceful,...
I'm a photographer from Romania, who usually takes pictures of dance scenes at the theater in Bucharest.
Three years ago, I decided to move dancers to the urban space and created the 'Dancing Bucharest' project. The city is alive and spontaneous. It's...
I started this project as an experiment. I wanted to try to mix light-painting and stop-motion techniques in a 360 degree environment. It turned out to be much more complicated than I expected, but each problem I faced helped me to...
Former professional ballet dancer and photographer Jesús Chapa-Malacara has created a stunning project capturing the graceful and flowing movements of ballet dancers - all in a single photograph and without Photoshop. Traditionally, photography is about the instant capture. Sometimes, a photographer...
Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama creates astonishing time-lapse images of Nude Dancers by merging together 10,000 of individual shots. The final result looks like a painting made with a thick brush, drawing smooth limbos across the canvas.