This stunning nude figure photography series is so beautifully captured that it looks more like fine art or the work of a classical sculptor as opposed to a photo series.
The dramatic nude figure photography series is captured all in black and white by photographer Klaus Kampert. The photographer chose to go for the monochrome palette to give the series an antiquated look that pays homage to the great sculptures of the past -- he also chose the artistic technique to take advantage of the bold mood the technique creates when it is void of any color whatsoever which tends to dehumanize people in the images.
Kampert's expert use of grayscale photography does the final look of the series a great advantage -- the 'Porcelain' series is intense, sensual and elegant.
Sculpted Female Figures
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