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Nude study of Anne pose 1

April 24th, 2013

Nude study of Anne pose 1

This black and white photo brings together beauty and simplicity to create a piece of fine art of the highest quality. This photo shows you a behind the scenes look into the world of ballet, as it was taken by accident when the model was not prepared. The lack of posing in this photo makes it seem real, simple, and authentic. The nude model, Annie, is a professional dancer, but this photo allows you to get a glimpse of the real person behind the ballerina. She was unprepared for this photo, and is therefore not performing the classic ballet pose that she was planning on demonstrating.

Nude study of Jamie pose 3

April 24th, 2013

Nude study of Jamie pose 3

This black and white photo, taken from a cold studio where the heating was down, gets down to the bare bones of classic ballet. The nude model allows you to see every line and curve of her body while she performs a classic ballet pose. It allows the viewer to see into the core of ballet, without the distraction of clothing ruining the lines that are being created by Jamie. This piece of fine art is of the highest level of class, and is tastefully done. It manages to look classic and modern at the same time.

Nude Study of Jamie pose 7

April 24th, 2013

Nude Study of Jamie pose 7

This black and white photo, taken with a Linhoff camera and grainy film, manages to be both gritty and elegant. This piece of fine art features Julie as the nude model, a professional dancer, demonstrating a classic ballet pose. The discipline and athleticism of ballet are both highlighted in the piece. This is also accentuated through the grainy, raw quality of the film that was used. This photo shows Julie from the front, as she begins to take the pose that she is demonstrating. This photo manages to look both classic and modern, and would look very stylish in a modern home.

Nude study of Julie pose 1

July 12th, 2012

Nude study of Julie pose 1

This pose was captured with my Linhof Technika, loaded with a very grainy film, to emphasize the beauty of classic ballet. I used only one light to make a connection with the old masters of the art of Clair Obsure.