Fashion Photography: “When Dance Becomes A Poem” by Georgi Andinov

I was always wondering about the mystery of dance… It’s not just a typical physical effort enhanced with  some tunes.  There is some poetic identity  under the cover of power mixed with the need of self-declaration in the nature of dancing.  I perceive it like an avalanche of emotions spread all over the body and soul sustaining the flow of feelings and memories that are deeply buried in our mind.

Ballet dance, for instance constantly arouses my amazement with the distinctive precision, grace of movements, technique and artistry of performance that are paid within years of hard work,  sacrifice and strict discipline.  This specific expression of ballet is perfectly caught in the session entitled “”When Dance Becomes A Poem“” by the  photographer Georgi Andinov.

Credits:

Photographer: Georgi Andinov
Styling: Peter Georgiev & Veronica Blagoeva
Hair & Makeup: Marina Mladenova
Models: Prima ballerina Dilyana Nikiforova & Rosen Kanev

Clothes : MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA, JEAN PAUL GAULTIER, MAX MARA, ALEXANDER WANG, STEFANEL, ANN DEMEULEMEESTER, LEMURIA

Please note:

All the images are the courtesy of Georgi Andinov

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2 thoughts on “Fashion Photography: “When Dance Becomes A Poem” by Georgi Andinov”

  1. You are absolutely correct! Their body language, expressions, movement along with their wardrobe all intertwine together to create a mood and story. I LOVE IT!!!!

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