3rd Place winner
DESCRIPTIONEverybody has days when we get tired. Emotional fatigue is much more difficult than physical. Many people have learned to hide their emotions and feelings, leaving their inner boiling invisible. This is a big problem in our society, a lot of people in big cities are often lonely and unhappy... "Tea time" is the moment when you need to stop, think about everything that you love and cool your "kettle".
Note: The photo was taken without the use of computer graphics. Only real body art and costume.
AUTHORDASHA started her way in international photography from Belarus, where she studied at Art Academy ( M.A . in fine art). Presently, DASHA lives and works in Belarus. She also a prof. retoucher. All her arts she retouch yourself.
Since 2015 DASHA works as international fine art and fashion photographer in particular Concept Art, Fine Art, Fashion, Emotional Creativity in which field she made several photographic campaigns which were published for IPA ( Los Angeles), PX3 (Paris) and MIFA ( Moscow)
For the last two years, DASHA is constantly recognized by IPA Awards, PX3 Awards and Mifa Award which showed her works at international exhibitions organized by honorary committee.
She is also the owner of prestigious photo-awards worldwide. Her photos are increasingly appearing on the covers of magazines and people read her interesting interviews.
Currently, she is engaged in projects with companies. Develops unusual decors and creates exclusives for private collections.
DASHA is also honored to work on the largest and most influential project of EXPO 2020 in Dubai. She is working on the style of the pavilion creating unique art objects.
Dasha's experience also allows her to work on such major projects as: developing photos specifically for large SPA salons, restaurant designs and much more.
Personal work by DASHA is focused on people (portrait) and on modern photography.
DASHA strive to infuse unique and creative perspective to capture the essence and soul of each specific subject, highlighting their best and unique qualities.
Some of her most brilliant and exclusive works remain already in private collections.