Maciek Jasik, a polish photographer, exposes her subjects while simultaneously concealing their identities. How? She creates hazy compositions through color-play.
The series features both naked males and naked females in their raw form and who are posing as if they are floating in air. Surprisingly, these nude photos are the least bit provocative. The models, who are depicted in a dream-like state that consists of blurred-vision and prismatic color schemes, are stunning.
Maciek Jasik compares her photography techniques to paintings that are achieved with the use of a loose brushstroke on canvas, which was a popular form of impressionist painting in the 19th century. To achieve the same look with her camera, the creative photographer experiments with an in-camera technique that dissolves the focus and saturates the space with color.