Worth a look: William Hacker’s “Emovere”

I love the portraits in Kansas City-based photographer William Hacker‘s “Emovere”–ethereal and mysterious, Hacker describes the portraits as “a unique expression of beauty through light, form, color and motion.” The images are created in camera with long exposures up to 4 seconds.

These images are quite unlike the rest of Hacker’s work, which you really should see. He’s working on a great series of portraits of children, which you can see unfold on his tumblr or his blog (where there are other images from the shoots that resulted in Emovere). Look for posts that say “Forever Young.”

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