Bodyscapes was Jean-Paul Bourdier's first book that "contained vibrant creative artwork with painted bodies moving through some of the most diverse landscapes on earth." All of his photos are staged and shot in analog. The flying bodies, cliff paintings and landscapes are all shot without the use of digital technology.
You can help him fund his second book Leap into the Blue on Kickstarter. It will dive deeper into "our beingness, creating 'fantastic' interventions within the landscape that challenge viewers to question the lines we draw between mind and body; human and nature; figure and landscape; dream and reality." Or you can buy Bodyscapes on Amazon.
Allan Teger's Bodyscapes series, which started in 1976, creates beautiful landscapes out of miniature figures and nude bodies. The bodies form everything from lakes, to mountains, to golf courses. Teger was initially a psychologist and academic counselor and taught about altered realities, subjective reality and mystical consciousness, which he has incorporated into his artistic work.
Davis Ayer shows off light projection art at its finest. We've seen light projection photography in Projection Art, A Matter of Time, and Enigma of Plaid, but this is the first time I've seen it featured for the sake of art instead of fashion. In each shot, Davis masterfully blends the projections with the woman's body and turns them into pieces of art. Don't forget to check out the rest of Davis' photos on Flickr. He has some more great work there.