Posts Tagged ‘photography’

A professor in England says that he has captured fairy images on film! He claims to have spotted them over a two-year project of photographing the Lancashire landscape. Read more about the story here: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/fairies-john-hyatt-rossendale-valley-6909619


For those of you who feel that this is all a bit of nonsense, there is a theory disproving the pictures here.


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Anna Pavlova (1881-1931) was one of the most important ballerinas of the 20-th century. Unlike other female ballerinas of the time she were very muscular and shapely, she was very slender and fragile-looking. She was most noted for her roll in the ballet The Dying Swan, and was the first ballerina to tour the world. The following photographs were shot by Ira L. Hill . For more information on Anna Pavlova you can check out this website http://www.russianballethistory.com/annapavlovathelegend.htm

Here is a fan posted video of a Pavlova dancing a couple of minutes of The Dragonfly

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Anka Zhuravleva

This is an artist from Russia who is an art photographer. She does primarily photography by the looks of it, but she has some paintings as well. The collection concerning this blog is titled ‘distorted gravity’ and, is you could imagine, deals with the subjects floating around or struggling with gravity.

Here is her website http://anka-zhuravleva.com/distorted_gravity.html. I strongly suggest that you check out the rest of her work. I am enamoured.

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Susan Schroder

Susan Schroder creates stunning faerie photography http://www.susanschroder.com/

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Joanna Woźniak

Joanna Woźniak is a Polish photographer that skillfully captures beautifully ethereal shots of movement and emotion.


Here is her Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Joanna-Wo%C5%BAniak-Photography/10150137159165416

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This artist is amazing in how he attacks reality with his imagination. There is nothing more simple than a pencil drawing, and yet this approach to photography is so fresh and imaginative that it goes beyond a simple drawing/ picture. There was really only the tinker bell picture that was faerie-ish, but I was really impressed by the idea.. so why not. Check out the rest of his stuff on his website http://www.benheine.com/pencilvscamera.html

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Tracy Cornette is a faerie artist that presents a modern take on traditional folktales and faeries through her photography. She’s also compiled some of her work into small books or web comics, which you can check out, along with the rest of her work, on her site. http://www.grimmvisions.com/

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