Geometry of dance

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  1. emayd

    emayd No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Breathtaking (as all your photographs are!) I love the choice of B&W here, and the way her upper body "tees" at the top of the frame.

    Oh, and I am totally digging the male dancer's thighs.........
     
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    i agree, but you'll notice i removed the thigh comment ;)
     
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    I'll add a 'He has a nice tush' comment :mrgreen:

    I love how the dancers, particularly the female, are holding their bodies, making the composition in the photo so effective.

    The b&w adds even more drama, also. Very nice !

    I'm really enjoying your dance shots.
     
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    Very nice! I love ballet photos. I miss dancing alot sometimes.

    Pamela
     

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