Life forms no logical patterns. It is haphazard and full of beauties, which I try to catch as they fly by
[Exclusive] Robots And Choreography Abound In Update To Ballet Masterpiece | The Creators Project
Director Tarik Abdel-Gawad creates a stunning choreographic masterpiece around Tchaikovsky’s “Francesca da Rimini” using a giant robotic camera.
Astonishing. Few filmmakers can capture dance with this precision of this robot. A breakthrough in the continuum. Thoughts, anyone?
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Olga Smirnova in La Bayadère Act I (chor. Marius Petipa). Photo by Alexey Yakovlev.
Smirnova’s physical gifts are formidable. Long-limbed, with a swan-like neck, superbly pliant spine and ravishing, sway-back classical line, she also has the agility of a soubrette. Her arms ripple with an unmistakably Russian, lighter-then-air lyricism, yet her soaring, apparently preparation-free jump, which heightens the impression of buoyancy, also suggests great muscular strength.
Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it. While they are deciding, make even more art.
Sin by Satō Katsumi
Satō Katsumi. Documentary photographer living in Detroit, MI. Originally from Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan.
Moved to the United States in Jan of this year. My style is a mix of street & documentary photography. I only photograph at night.
Gear: Pentax K5II - Zenit 50mm 1.7 lens.