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Richard Calmes has evolved into one of the most prominent dance photographers in the United States. Over the past five years, he has traveled from coast to coast, capturing the beauty of some of the most gifted dancers in America, and his work has met with appreciation world-wide.Читать далее →
I am a commercial photographer living in Saint-Petersburg and working all over the world. I’ve worked on a wide range of commercial projects both on location and in studio in Saint-Petersburg, Moscow, Europe and United States. I also have cooperated with leading international photo stocks for several years. http://www.facebook.com/Dance.Petersburg http://vk.com/dance_petersburg http://v-sokolovsky.livejournal.com/ A series called Dance-Petersburg...Читать далее →
Michael papendieck is a freelance photographer based in Braunschweig. More over he is a scientific research co-ordinator and a freelancing tutor. His works have a visual force that get their energy from the physiques of the portrayed. Guided by spatial implications and influenced by his own expierence as active dancer, the pictures are never ornaments, they convince by clean static, ...Читать далее →
My name is Ronnie Boehm. I am a photographer based in Vienna/Austria, focused on dance, especially ballet. A while ago I realized that few things can instill such a variety and depth of emotions as . In my work I try to capture those very emotions, as well as show my appreciation for the artists I work with.Читать далее →
Barbara Brooks Morgan, 1900-1992, is well known in the visual art and dance worlds for her penetrating photographic studies of American Modern dancers Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham, Erick Hawkins, Jose Limon, Doris Humphrey, and others. Her photomontage and light drawings rank among the classic experiments of modern American photographic art. Morgan’s drawings, prints, watercolors and paintings were exhibited widely in ...Читать далее →