One Frame Photography

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Jul 13, 2008 • References: denis.darzacq.revue & designboom
Photography is often about being at the right place at the right time. However, Paris based photographer Denis Darzacq takes that a step further. He creates his images by asking young dancers and sportsmen to improvise while he patiently waits with his camera to capture one perfectly timed frame.

He encourages his subjects to be free with their jumps and reminding them that he is shooting photographs not video. As one of his subjects comments in the video, "When he picks one frame, what comes before or after doesn't matter."

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