Moises Levy Captures Dramatic Images with Backlit and Low Angle

Moises Levy captures unique moments of human and animal interaction in his street photography, most often centered around activities at the beach.

Mexico City-based photographer and architect Moises Levy captures unique moments of human and animal interaction in his street photography, most often centered around activities at the beach.

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By shooting at a low angle, Levy captures slackline and tightrope walkers in the frame of someone’s legs, or a horse at just the right pace to make it seems as if a woman has walked directly underneath its snout.

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All of his images are backlit to create high contrast black and white images that present his figures more as silhouettes than subjects.

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All images via Moises Levy.

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