Floating Self-Portrait Photos Mastered by Ballet Dancer Michael Jou

In the age of people sharing their selfies worldwide via social media, the network is overload by them, but among them you can find real pearls. One of them is Mickael Jou, the unique self-portraitist.

From passion for beautiful images and dance, he combined together these both artistic fields. The result are improvised fairy self-portraits, which should make shy the biggest part of the world taking selfie few times in a day. The biggest difference between him and the others is an incredible amount of work inserted into each self-portrait, which he developes.

Mickael’s plan is to realize 365 dance self-portraits. He is already working on this project for more then 3 years, and he intends to spend another 3-4 years collecting images. As he says, he is more aware of used tools and the conditions of surrounding with each next photography.

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