Long-exposure alphabet by Amandine Alessandra

London-based photographer and graphic designer Amandine Alessandra created an alphabet of long-exposure photographs. The series is entitled Dance With Me and it features 26 choreographic micro-pieces. Each letter is formed by the continuous motion of the subject’s arms, and the long-exposure photography records the motion that the naked eye can’t see.

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