Motion and dance are the main topic and objective of The Mirages that is the project able to reveal a mystery of fascinating grace being demonstrated by professional dancers, gymnasts and ballerinas. They set the tone for our photo sessions and thanks to them The Mirages has gained popularity worldwide.
How it was
The first photos capturing gracious moves of ballet dancers came out in 2015. A few months later we came up with a new idea: to show the dance in an “embrace” of white clouds. In such a way the internet saw a series of images that received plenty of positive feedback and marked the start of The Mirages project.
At the present time, our team includes not only ballerinas but also professional gymnasts, dancers and actors. Their bodies horned to perfection by long rehearsals are a paragon of perfect beauty, impeccable posture and grace. And what is more, they are a vessel full of infinitive perseverance and inflexible will. It is this insane mix of brittleness and hardness, lightness and strength that attracts our attention and allows us to create unique photos of the dance frozen in eternity.
The ProcessWe print on 60″ Canon imagePROGRAF iPF9400 and 44″ Canon imagePROGRAF 8400 printers, that deliver us exceptional colours, outstanding superior image and print quality.
Our prints are printed on high premium matte and glossy fine art papers by Hehnemühle (Germany): Photo Rag® 308 gsm and FineArt Baryta 325 gsm.
It gives a guaranteed sharp clean image, black and white prints are without any unwanted shades and black colours are always as dip as possible. The Hahnemühle papers are ageing-resistant.