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Photographer captures haunting beauty of ballet in the digital age

How do you capture the dramatic movement of ballet in a static image? It's a question which has challenged artists for centuries.<!-- -->
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</br>Danish photographer <a href='http://www.ingridbugge.com/en/' target='_blank'>Ingrid Bugge</a> uses a mixture of digital technology and Renaissance-inspired painting to bring to life the ethereal world of ballet in her book,<a href='http://www.ingridbugge.com/en/art-book-essence-ballet/' target='_blank'> "The Essence of Ballet."</a> Now turned into an interactive <a href='http://vimeo.com/90956066' target='_blank'>ibook,</a> readers are given a behind-the-scenes look at how she created the haunting images.<!-- -->
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</br><i>Interview by Sheena McKenzie</i>

How do you capture the dramatic movement of ballet in a static image? It's a question which has challenged artists for centuries.

Danish photographer Ingrid Bugge uses a mixture of digital technology and Renaissance-inspired painting to bring to life the ethereal world of ballet in her book, "The Essence of Ballet." Now turned into an interactive ibook, readers are given a behind-the-scenes look at how she created the haunting images.

Interview by Sheena McKenzie