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    • Summer Breeze

      Japanese artist Shinichi Maruyama has a new body of work out. While continuing with his manipulation of time and motion, Maruyama shifts his focus from water and paint to the human body – the naked human body, that is. But the series is rendered completely SFW in that each image is a composite of 10,000 individual photographs, creating a time-lapse effect.

    • Henk Venter

      Shinichi Maruyama is a fine art photographer based in New York City who specializes in abstract images which feature natural forms captured in a variety of ways. For one of his most recent projects, Shinichi photographed nude dancers using long exposure photography to create some very interesting (and beautiful, to boot) images.

    • Saia Vergara

      Time-lapse Images of Nude Dancers Created with 10,000 Individual Photographs By Shinichi Maruyama #Art #Photography

    • Zuckpuppe

      Stunning - time lapse photography piece of nude dancer #shinichimaruyama

    • Danny Knight-Baré

      Time-lapse Images of Nude Dancers Created with 10,000 Individual Photographs. The Artist is Shinichi Maruyama

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