movement

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Movement

Photoshoot idea showing off the soft folds of fabric with black and white photography.

I love the dappled light and the unbuttoned shirt/facial appearance adds a nice sexuality to the photo.

Three Rivers Deep (book series) "A two-souled girl begins a journey of self discovery..." http://threeriversdeep.wordpress.com/

fabric in motion

Movement

The chiaroscuro lighting in this photo dramatizes the image and makes the muscles in her back stand out. The lighting gives it a much more dramatic feel and creates deep shadows within the fabric.

Diaphanous... “An infinity of passion can be contained in one minute, like a crowd in a small space.” ― Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary

Photographer Man Ray La technique se substitue à l’artiste pour les notions de représentation et ce dernier, libre de ces contingences, peut explorer de nouveaux modes d’expressions. Il se rapproche de la branche américaine du mouvement Dada mais conclura dès 1920 que Dada ne peut vivre à New York.

up close | shards of light | neutral tones | lost in a dream

Fashion by Saadique Ryklief #fashion #photo #photos #photography #art

PERSONAL WORK - Charlotte EVRARD

'This place where you are right now God circled on a map for you. Wherever your eyes and arms and heart can move against the earth and the sky, The Beloved has bowed there - knowing You were coming." ~ Hafiz

Fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø

Mariacarla Boscono By Alessio Bolzoni  X  Birds

This reminds me of all those times with a flashlight under the blankets; separated from the rest of the world.

[by Inez & Vinoodh for Valentino Fall 2013]

French-fashion photographer, Guy Bourdin experimented with controversial surrealism in both film and photography mediums throughout the 60’s to 80’s. Working with French Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and designers such as Issey Miyake to illustrate the anti-commercial editorial vision of fashion during an advertising movement in history. Bourdin understood the deep and dark beauty of women and women in fashion.  Guy Bourdin (1928-91)