Saturday, January 7, 2012


The images of ontemporary dance photographer, Lois Greenfield, capture movement otherwise unseen by the human eye, using fast shutter speeds of up to 1/500 of a second and a flash at 1/2000 of a second. She captures a delicate, unique photographic movement in time that only lasts for a 500th of a second. As she says
"I love impossible looking situations that allude to the moments before and after the shutter’s click. I want the viewer to wonder, 'Where is he coming from? How will he land?'... I’m always looking for something that is going to confound the viewer. It’s about creating a mystery”

I just love the way they look as though they are floating in impossible positions otherwise unseen!

Precision Movement- Love this one!!
Breaking Bounds
Airbourne "We recombined signature movements from Graham dances to make it look like a multiple exposure of one jump seen at three points."
Paul Zivkovich and Chan Bary
Dreya Weber

Other dance photography by Peddecord Photo. So much more on the website..

Odyssey Sojourn
Another another dance, movement and fitness photographer Rachel Neville

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