Breathtaking Ballet Photography By Nisian Hughes

Gorgeous portraits of ballet dancers by Nisian Hughes, a talented photographer, retoucher, and filmmaker currently based in New York. Nisian focuses mainly on portraiture, fashion, and ballet photography. Continue reading »

Fine Art Ballet Photography By Vikki Sloviter

Gorgeous portraits of ballet dancers by Vikki Sloviter, a talented photographer, and artist currently based in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, USA. Vikki focuses on portraiture and ballet photography. Continue reading »

“Never Stand Still”: Impressive And Colorful Hong Kong Ballet Campaign

Hong Kong Ballet, one of Asia’s premier dance companies, approached Washington-based studio Design Army to help promote their memorable performances with a new campaign entitled “Never Stand Still”. Continue reading »

Marvelous Portraits Of Ballet Dancers Practicing On The Streets Of Dallas By Kiera Brooks

Mesmerizing street portraits of ballerinas by Kiera Brooks, a talented young photographer, retoucher, and artist currently based in Dallas, Texas. Kiera focuses mainly on street portraiture. She has captured gorgeous pictures of ballet dancers practicing on the streets of Dallas. Continue reading »

Photographer Omar Robles Captures Ballet Dancers On The Streets Of Puerto Rico

Omar Robles (previously featured) is a talented 36-year-old ballet photographer who was born and raised in Puerto Rico and currently based in New York City. Omar shoots breathtaking portraits of ballet dancers poised gracefully on the street. In his latest project “Coming Home”, Omar Z. Robles has captured the serenity and grace of ballet dancers in Puerto Rico. Continue reading »

Photographer Vitaly Sokolovsky Captures Professional Ballet Dancers On The Streets Of Saint-Petersburg

Participants in the project “Dancing Petersburg” – dancers of various genres – from ballet troupes of the leading cities of the classical artists and ethnic dancers to dance enthusiasts of various contemporary trends. Continue reading »

Fascinating Ballet Self-Portraits While Airborne By Mickael Jou

Mickael Jou is a talented 31-year-old Taiwanese-French-American photographer and dancer who currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Mickael has combined his love of photography with his talent as a dancer to create a magical series of self-portraits for his 365 project. He has been dancing since he was 18 and says he can now combine his love of photography with dance. Continue reading »

This Photographer Shows Haunting Beauty Of Ballet Through Ballerina’s Eyes

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Irina Yakovleva is a talented ballet and fashion photographer, stylist and choreography teacher, who was born in Kiev, Ukraine and currently lives and works in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Irina is graduated from Kiev State Choreographic School, and completed a professional photography course. She captures stunning portraits of ballet dancers and performances all around the world. Continue reading »

Australian Ballet Perform At Qualia Hamilton Island

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Photo © by James Morgan / Hamilton Island / Getty Images

Australian ballet dancers rehearse their moves on Whitehaven Beach on June 11, 2010 on Hamilton Island, Australia. Principal artists Lucinda Dunn, Robert Curran and Rachel Rawlins and Senior Artist Andrew Killian perform pieces from breathtaking ballets such as The Nutcracker and Swan Lake during a weekend titled “Pas de Deux” in Paradise. Continue reading »

Glorious Photos Of Cuban Ballet Dancers Taking To The Streets

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Over the last two years, Omar Robles has dedicated his work to photographing ballet dancers in creative urban settings. He’s shot portraits all over the world, but something about the possibilities of shooting the world of Cuban ballet dancers fascinated him. Continue reading »

These Hi-Tech Ballet Shoes Demonstrates The Physical Movement Of Dancers’ Feet

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Trying to keep your eye on a dancer’s ballet shoe is not unlike attempting to follow a hockey puck as it glides between packed bodies on ice. A ballerina kicks and twirls, pirouettes and arabesques, throwing his or her body into a flurry of motions guided by the precise movements of carefully trained feet. Those feet meet floor and space in graceful yet chaotic ways, moving from one edge of the stage to another in hypnotic patterns that pull the eye along with them. Continue reading »

“THE WYLD” Ballet

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Dancers attend a dress rehearsal for the new grand show “THE WYLD” at Friedrichstadt-Palast in Berlin October 2, 2014. Ten choreographers are working with 60 dancers from the world’s largest show ballet company to create the flamboyant stage spectacle. The show’s name, “THE WYLD”, represents human nature in its diversity and the wilderness of the big city – in this case, Berlin. The premiere of the 10.6 million euro ($13.5 million) show, the largest production budget in the 95-year history of Friedrichstadt-Palast, is on October 23, 2014. (Photo by Hannibal Hanschke/Reuters)
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Ballet Dancer Claire Robertson Promotes Scottish Ballet’s Nutcracker

Claire Robertson from Scottish Ballet, poses dressed as the Good Snow Flake inside a life size snow globe on Buchanan Street during a promotion for Scottish Ballet’s festive production of The Nutcracker on November 20, 2012 in Glasgow, Scotland. The Nutcracker opens at the Theatre Royal on December the 8th, the production delves deep into the darker reaches of Hoffmann’s original tale in a fresh and vivid retelling of the famous Christmas story. In photographs by Jeff J. Mitchell. Continue reading »