Untitled by Anton Surkov, via 500px

Ukrainian photographer Anton Surkov creates a collection of perfectly timed black and white photographs. In the images, Surkov captures each unique jump, as clouds of white powder explode in the air around the remarkably fit, strong young models.

Tanz ist eine Kunst in sich selbst, die vor allem im Moment des Ausführens und Betrachtens ihre Magie versprüht. Es stellt also eine komplexe Herausforderung dar, sie bildlich darzustellen und ihr damit auch wirklich entsprechen zu können. Alexander Yakovl

Moscow-based photographer Alexander Yakovlev has an amazing talent for conveying the elegant, refined energy of dancers. His stunning studio portraits capture dancers mid-pose, exuding a grace and power that is fortified by the primarily black and white a


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Ashley Ellis, Principal dancer with the Boston Ballet, shown in Jiří Kylián's Bella Figura

photo series “Powder Dance,” by German photographer Geraldine Lamanna. Lamanna told the Huffington Post her inspiration for the series was the music video for “Rolling In The Deep” by Adele.

Powder Dance, Photos of Dancers Amidst Clouds of Powder

Inspired by Adele's hit single Rolling in the deep, German photographer Geraldine Lamanna has created a beautiful Powder Dance series. Set against a black back drop, the photographer has captured the.

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the dynamic photos shows the movement of many ballerinas as you can see we're they moved because the affect of the blur

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