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Dancers from the Royal Danish Ballet.Taken with a Nikon D4 and a 70-200mm,2.8 lens, layered,processed and finished in PS.
ballet, dancetaken with a nikon d4 and a 70 200mm, 2 8 lens
Outrageously good! Did she ever become airborne?
This is lovely work!
I’m reminded of Edward Gorey’s work… he was obsessed with balletic subjects, & the treatment you’ve given his wonderful moment in time, approximating cross-hatching, is reminiscent of Gorey’s pen-&-ink style. What was the ballet?
Thanks for the kind words and the comparison to Edward Gorey.Cross hatching is the most common technique used in pen and ink even thogh I personally use it alot when drawing in pencil.It was also much used in engraving and etchings perhaps most known by Durer.The ballet was a new and unknown one !No she did not become airborn but was tossed and turned around like a doll !!
– Alan Mattison
Thanks , Albert
Big thanks for the feature!!
Fabulous work Alan…congratulations!~
Thanks very much, Clare !!
Wonderful poses, intriguing image
Pleased you think so !! thanks
08-30-14 Congratulations!Your outstanding work has been featured in ART UNIVERSE
Thanks once again for featuring my work, Kira !!
The dance offers so many opportunities for pictures and this is marvelous! What beautiful work on this picture. Congratulations on your feature in Textures Over layer Unlimited – FAVE:>)
Thanks a lot for the praise and kind words, Mother ! & the fav. too !
Thanks very much for the fature !!
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