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Moving Pictures



Lois Greenfield

For 35 years, photographer Lois Greenfield has been taking pictures of dancers in compositions full of motion. Using no effects, no post-production or digital retouching, Greenfield achieves these moving pictures with planning and skill and talented dancers and luck, just bodies suspended in space. Phenomenal!

As generous with her knowledge as she is with her talent, Greenfield hosts periodic weekend-long Dance Photography Workshops in NYC. She first demonstrates her technique, then workshop attendees get to use her models, her sets, and her equipment to capture their own photos. That must be amazing! The next weekend Dance Photography Workshop will be on March 17th & 18th, 2018.

You can follow Greenfield on her website, and on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

All images property of Lois Greenfield.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

21 thoughts on “Moving Pictures

  1. These are absolutely beautiful–attending her workshop would be phenomenal. Such talent!

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  2. Talk about timing! She is good but so are the dancers. Wonderful.

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  3. WOW fantastic photography, amazing beauty caught in motion!

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  4. Wow! I am gobsmacked. The poses achieved by the dancers are phenomenal and the photographer’s ability to capture that composition at the perfect moment is just incredible. I especially love the images involving pieces of fabric. They have an extra dimension to them and create a sort of dream-like quality to them I think.

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  5. Unbelievable. Otherworldly!! Sigh…

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  6. Great eye and the subjects are beautiful.

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  7. Beautiful! Curious, are these all pictures that you stage and take?

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