Acrobatic Model Frozen :

Gracefully and powerfully moving in space, the acrobatic dancer, Noi Pakon, danced to create dramatic images. The Dutch company, Campina Friesland Kievit, launched a campaign for the promotion of their powdered milk creamers.

 Courtesy of Vanhoutte

Courtesy of Vanhoutte

A beautiful collaboration between Belgian photographer, Jeffrey Vanhoutte, and film director, Nicolas Vantomme, has created images of a strong aesthetic quality. The dancer moves her body while throwing milk powder in mid-air; this motion is photographed in a genius style where the Pakon’s body seems to be frozen in time with the white powder flying in the air around her.

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Courtesy of Vanhoutte

Effects of the milk powder are expressed in an amazingly artistic way; in one photograph the powder seems to create wing-like extensions of Pakon’s body, while seeming to smoothly hover above her body in another image. Lighting from broncolor was used to create the great photographic effects.

Courtesy of Vanhoutte

Courtesy of Vanhoutte

Motion, Light, and shadows were beautifully balanced in the photographic images. The entire process of making this artistic piece is truly striking; the created images are very inspirational and the campaign video is as strong and as influential as the separate photographs.

Courtesy of Vanhoutte

Courtesy of Vanhoutte

By:Jeffrey Vanhoutte

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