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Lois Greenfield has made a career photographing movement in dance. She has photographed some of the word leading dance company members to capture beautiful, impossible-seeming moments. Her ‘gravity defying’ studio images show dancers frozen in motion, often mid-air; reflected back at us through mirrors; or locked with other dancers in a puzzle of arms and legs. Her latest book, Moving Stills highlights the best of her work from the last two decades. We caught up with her, to find out more about her career and photography.

I prefer to work outside the constraints of choreography, collaborating with dancers on improvised, non-repeatable, often high-risk moments. These moments are not plucked from a specific dance, but exist only as isolated instants created for the camera.

I am on a quest for a perfect moment, in which the conjunction of the dancer’s movement, expression, gesture and implied narrative becomes part of an enigmatic or ambiguous scenario, often involving reflective surfaces, fabrics and assorted elements that we throw into the set. The point is never to have the viewer figure out what is going on in the photo, but just to present the mystery of that instant.

Lois Greenfield Photography. Graceful and dynamic photographs of dancers in motion. Fine Art and Commercial Photographer. Dance photography workshop, Dance ...

Lois Greenfield: Moving Still Exhibit "The body of work in this exhibit allows our imaginations to run free. One of the most extraordinary aspects of Greenfield’s ...

Lois Greenfield: Moving Still [William A. Ewing, Lois Greenfield] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Legendary dance photographer Lois Greenfield ...

You are about to discover one of the most fascinating bodies of work around today. --What Digital Camera?


Captures the exuberant graphic beauty of dance. --Daily Telegraph


Hyperreal. --Guardian


Unique images of human form in motion. --Square Mile


A fascinating body of work ... this is a highly recommended purchase. --Amateur Photographer

Quite breath-taking. --Daily Mail

Lois Greenfield: Moving Still is not merely a documentation of dance ... it is an experience. --CNN News

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Lois Greenfield has made a career photographing movement in dance. She has photographed some of the word leading dance company members to capture beautiful, impossible-seeming moments. Her ‘gravity defying’ studio images show dancers frozen in motion, often mid-air; reflected back at us through mirrors; or locked with other dancers in a puzzle of arms and legs. Her latest book, Moving Stills highlights the best of her work from the last two decades. We caught up with her, to find out more about her career and photography.

I prefer to work outside the constraints of choreography, collaborating with dancers on improvised, non-repeatable, often high-risk moments. These moments are not plucked from a specific dance, but exist only as isolated instants created for the camera.

I am on a quest for a perfect moment, in which the conjunction of the dancer’s movement, expression, gesture and implied narrative becomes part of an enigmatic or ambiguous scenario, often involving reflective surfaces, fabrics and assorted elements that we throw into the set. The point is never to have the viewer figure out what is going on in the photo, but just to present the mystery of that instant.

Lois Greenfield has made a career photographing movement in dance. She has photographed some of the word leading dance company members to capture beautiful, impossible-seeming moments. Her ‘gravity defying’ studio images show dancers frozen in motion, often mid-air; reflected back at us through mirrors; or locked with other dancers in a puzzle of arms and legs. Her latest book, Moving Stills highlights the best of her work from the last two decades. We caught up with her, to find out more about her career and photography.

I prefer to work outside the constraints of choreography, collaborating with dancers on improvised, non-repeatable, often high-risk moments. These moments are not plucked from a specific dance, but exist only as isolated instants created for the camera.

I am on a quest for a perfect moment, in which the conjunction of the dancer’s movement, expression, gesture and implied narrative becomes part of an enigmatic or ambiguous scenario, often involving reflective surfaces, fabrics and assorted elements that we throw into the set. The point is never to have the viewer figure out what is going on in the photo, but just to present the mystery of that instant.

Lois Greenfield Photography. Graceful and dynamic photographs of dancers in motion. Fine Art and Commercial Photographer. Dance photography workshop, Dance ...

Lois Greenfield: Moving Still Exhibit "The body of work in this exhibit allows our imaginations to run free. One of the most extraordinary aspects of Greenfield’s ...

Lois Greenfield: Moving Still [William A. Ewing, Lois Greenfield] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Legendary dance photographer Lois Greenfield ...



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