“Dressed In Light”: Fine Art Photo Series By Dani Olivier
To shoot these stunning nude portraits, Paris-based photographer Dani Olivier dressed his models with nothing but light, using their bodies as a canvas, combined with a series of geometric patterns to celebrate the beauty of the female form.
Dani Olivier began working with light projections some eight years ago, and he’s been refining the process ever since. He prefers to collaborate with dancers and other women who move to the beat of their own drums, whose bodies can ripple through space alongside the projected motif. These seductive portraits of women are a subtle but lovely reimagination of both the nude as an art form as well as the medium of light.
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