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IN Photography ON 08 Oct, 2016
Dance is a conversation between body and soul...
With an exemplary blend of dance and photography, two American photographers Ken Browar and Deborah Ory began a project named 'NYC Dance Project'. They have created the project in an attempt to showcase the world of dance and dancers through the editorial photography.
This project includes captivating unique portraits of the entire dance community. Enough of the talking; now these beautiful pictures will do the rest of the talking. Have a look because you deserve a good day.
Via: NYC Dance Project
They have come up with a project named 'NYC Dance Project'.
Ken is a fashion photographer and Deborah is responsible dance element in the background. The two of them have merged their experiences and created beautiful portraits.
The lighting, effects, movement and yes the emotions added to each photograph.
I couldn't take my eyes off the pictures.
Beautiful, charming, attractive, all the adjectives aren't enough to describe the beautiful artistic work.
The photographers' work and talented artists proved out to be a perfect combination as a whole.
Ken and Deborah told that their inspiration belongs to the idea of decorating their daughter Sarah's room. Sarah is a ballerina and wanted dance photographs in her room and so they decided to photograph dancers themselves.
"It's been such a pleasure working with people who move so well and are great performers. Dancers are generally determined people and won't be satisfied until the image looks just right. They will work with us until the images are perfect".
Nayara posing with another talented person, Sterling Baca from American Ballet theatre.
Dancers love to express emotions through their movements and photographers click those movements in form of expressions.
Actually, dancers are considered both. And both of their qualities get highlighted in pictures.
The collaboration of both dancers and the thinking of Ken and Deborah. As the dancer performs, the two of them chose the exact moments and work upon them.
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