Photographer Captures Hypnotizing Photos Of Albino People To Show The Power Of White

Stunning works of art captured in a frame!

Photographer Captures Hypnotizing Photos Of Albino People To Show The Power Of White
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Yulia Taits is a graphic designer as well as an excellent photographer. She is a Photoshop expert and loves the challenge of being creative. Photography was never her thing, but the thought of capturing stunning works of art imprinted in her mind.

She always wanted to capture Albino people in her frame, and her wish finally got fulfilled when she created the astonishing series of Porcelain Beauty, working with the beautiful Albino models. "Their unique beauty hypnotises me," she confessed on her Facebook page. This series was an amazing experience for her as she could create it without photoshop.

See for yourself, and you will be mesmerised by the beauty of Albinism in Yulia's portrait series.

There's always a special way of adding joy to every day.

There's always a special way of adding joy to every day.

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Damn! His eyes.

Damn! His eyes.
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He looks so angelic and pure!

He looks so angelic and pure!
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White is just not one colour.

White is just not one colour.
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Her smile shines brighter than the moonlight.

Her smile shines brighter than the moonlight.
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The beauty beyond words.

The beauty beyond words.
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The uncut diamond.

The uncut diamond.
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And peace begins with a smile!

And peace begins with a smile!
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All you need is love and a dog.

All you need is love and a dog.
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What can be cuter than this?

What can be cuter than this?
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The shades of white, a beautiful woman, and butterflies in one frame makes it look like a fairytale.

The shades of white, a beautiful woman, and butterflies in one frame makes it look like a fairytale.
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