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This South Indian girl danced with me only using her eyes...bewitching.
School of Dance, Olia Stefanidou.
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San Francisco Carnaval 2011
EF70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
0.003 sec (1/400) @ f/5.0
FL 210 mm, ISO 160
¿Te acordás, hermano, lo linda que era?
Se formaba rueda pa' verla bailar...
Mundial de Tango 2012
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tango World Championship 2012
Buenos Aires, Argentina
"I fanciulli sono continuamente ebbri: ebbri di vivere."
today - july 31st, i went to union square - San Francisco to see some of the most fabulous traditional Balinese dances as a part of the Indonesian Independent day celebration - August 17th . . .
want to know a little bit about BALI ??? . . . .check this out www.snagfilms.com/films/title/bali_masterpiece_of_the_gods/
Love. Love, love, love. So much talent and grace right there. Totally worth it, hiking up to the top of Camels Back for these shots!
(It was an interesting dance for me, too, positioning myself in the one spot where I could have her in front of the sun without being attacked by lens flare and autofocus freakouts.)
Great night watching these dancers more photos to come
Dancer Stephanie Yezek, for the Howard County Arts Council
My last version !
Snow texrure paeeerica
Dancer pink byjoiiag DA
Girl (dancer too ;-) by birdsisterstock DA
Texture and brushes by Mat
Edited by me !!
a good sense of rhythm and timing
motivation, talent and creativity
good general health and excellent physical fitness
to work well in a team
to love movement, music and performing.
Part 2 of a series of images I recently did at l'AMETAC !
We made a ridiculous mess of the place to get these shots but I think it was really worth it in the end! We have some pretty breathtaking stuff thanks to an amazing team.
Make sure to check back and see how these shots were done in an upcoming Behind the Scenes Video!
1x Large Octobox Camera right
1x Large Softbox Camera left
1x boomed beauty dish 45 degrees behind models, camera left as a rim
Fill flash with speedlights
Triggered with Cybersyncs and Optical Triggers
Eva Jinn Productions - www.eva.vonwong.com
Alexandra Viau - http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=509307313
Michael Demski - http://www.modelmayhem.com/1495877
Anick Morel - www.facebook.com/anickmorelphotographe
Special thanks to Karine Robitaille for lending me her trampoline and l'AMETAC for sponsoring this shoot!
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Montreal Conceptual Photographer
Khmer classical dance, the indigenous ballet-like performance art of Cambodia, is frequently called "apsara dance." This appellation reflects the belief that the Khmer classical dance of today is connected by an unbroken tradition to the dance practiced in the courts of the Angkorian monarchs, which in turn drew its inspiration from the mythological court of the gods and from its celestial dancers, the Apsarases....
[ quoted from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apsara ]
Yes, this is the 6th photo of the dancers at the beach resort in Panama, I have posted. I can't help it. They danced their hearts out, all night long, and they look good.
Oil Pastel on Card
WA:K Pow Wow at the San Xavier Mission on the Tohono O'odham reservation near Tucson AZ.
Best if viewed on black
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Cut from a rehearsal shot in a room above a pub. I felt the location needed to be a touch more exotic.
Strobist, beauty dish high right, cheap monobloc on radio triggers.
Some cool shots Jen took of me in the dance club tonight.
We went to NocNoc in Seattle, it was FABULOUS!
An epic night for sure!
~Dancers and Lovers~
Dancers are lovers who love to dance.
Lovers are dancers who dance to love.
Touching, embracing, they become one.
Art, poetry, human expression, and emotion are
expressed in the most beautiful form through dance.
Please see my new album PINA for more Native American photos.
Dancers photographed by Brian Taback Photography.
Editing performed by Gabriel Zamudio Photography.