Stanislavski method acting

Some shots from my Stanislavski method acting course taught by a Lithuanian drama teacher/director/musician Tomas-Airida Kizeliai. It was not only a good study of character and composition but also gave me a chance to observe and find some interesting models for studio work.

I’m beginning to think that actors (even aspiring) do make the best models – they are interesting to work with and interact with, they are more likely to try unusual things, move and explore different moods and are not afraid of looking ‘not pretty’. I’m not sure why photographers choose to work with models who generally have a select number of poses and expressions for every situation… Perhaps, I’m less interested in the result than in the process. I like enjoying the shoot and much as discovering interesting shots afterwards but usually those two go hand in hand.

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