This isn't photographer Omar Z. Robles‘ first time in South America, but he continues to unearth new, diverse richness of cultures found within. He's captured local ballet dancers on the streets of Argentina and Chile, but there's something a bit special about his latest work in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil's second largest city.
Photographer Omar Z.
We often think of dancers as performing just for the stage, but their awe-inspiring moves bring a fresh new perspective...
This beautiful short film, titled Ballet Rotoscope and created by Tokyo-based design group EUPHRATES, illustrates the delicate movements of a ballet dancer. As the ballerina moves, different points on her body are traced by a computer-generated technique called rotoscoping, to reveal the geometric beauty of dance. Rotoscoping is a method that is often used for visual effects in live-action movies.
Photographer Omar Z. Robles documents the beauty of people and places around the work through his exquisite dance photography.
From New York City to Havana, Mexico City, and Hong Kong, we love traveling the world through the unique dance photography...
What happens when you gather world class dancers, photographers, and social media influencers in dramatic settings across the United States? #CamerasandDancers. For the past few years, Jacob Jonas The Company has been hosting monthly Instameets with social influencers, allowing dancers and photographers to spontaneously collaborate to stunning effect. #CamerasandDancers recently held its 30th meet up and has held events everywhere from the Getty Museum in Los Angeles to the New York Public Library.
As a former dancer, New York-based photographer Rachel Neville specializes in images that highlight the human body and capture movement.
Photographer Omar Robles‘ career continues to take off, as he brings his talents to the other side of the world...
Elegant, energetic, and dramatic dance photography is both a visual treat and a study of movement. Aiming to convey the spirit and skill of their graceful subjects, photographers often opt to shoot dancers mid-motion, showcasing their graceful gestures by freezing a moment in time. Here, we explore the work of 11 of our favorite dance photographers, paying particular attention to the unique ways each captures their muses' exquisite movements.
After New York, Mexico, and Cuba, photographer Omar Z.
Gratitude—that's what New York-based photographer Omar Robles took away with him after his latest experience photographing ballet dancers in urban backdrops.