In this little tutorial we will focus on the technical aspect of photographing dance, which is camera settings. Let’s put aside timing when to press the shutter, as to me it’s a skill that takes time and a lot of practice. Also don’t forget about patience!
Again, it’s this time of the year when motivation is in the air to finally start to be better, healthier and more successful in the upcoming year. It’s perfect time to set goals and resolutions! Are you in?
In this tutorial today I’d like to teach you haw you can create your very own photography studio wherever you wish. What to get for your first studio set up and why.
If you are an aspiring dance photographer or simply want to create more dynamic shots, and you don’t have a lot of space, don’t get discouraged and keep on reading! You can create stunning action/movement portraits in your tiny little photography studio at home, and today I want to teach you HOW you can do it.
Have you ever wondered how you can make your images look like they were taken twenty or fifty, maybe even a hundred years ago? If the answer, is yes, you are in the right place. Today I want to share with you 4 different methods to make your photos look vintage.
I always wanted to do a photoshoot on the beach… Doing a ballet dance session on the beach was beyond amazing! This time I teamed up with Riana Desager, an incredibly talented ballet dancer from Belgium. Alongside Pauline Leran who did Riana’s make up. Location scouting didn’t take much time as we headed straight to Brighton beach.
Have you ever felt kind of bored looking at beautiful portraits? Don’t get me wrong, I love portraiture! I’m just missing the drama in photos. Always. Adding movement to portraits is easy, you probably do it already without even realising
So you want a photoshoot but not quite sure what suits your needs the best? Today we are comparing studio and location photo sessions, what each type is better for, as well as their pros and cons to consider when planning a shoot.
My attempts to find models who would like a mock wedding photoshoot were unsuccessful, and little frustration hit me for a few hours. But you know what, that’s when I had this amazing idea!
Sitting and waiting for clients, especially if you have only just started your business is not the way! Why not to show your followers how busy and productive you are? Share your recent work, update your portfolio! Collaborate.
When investing in a professional photoshoot, you want to make sure you look your very best in every single photo. The right MAKE-UP can be crucial for getting images you will love. One way is to hire a professional who will be there with you fixing your make-up at any point. Or, do your research, try a look at home and see how well it works BEFORE the photo session.
“New Year, New Me” they say… and perfect time to start to work on resolutions you the carefully planned over the last half a year. I know, gym is not always as exciting as a prep for it, like buying new trainers, new sports bag etc. Excited to learn about fun and effective way to get fit, or stay in shape regardless of the amount of biscuits eaten during Christmas? Let’s go!
Do you feel like POSING is not something you’re particularly good at? But you DO want to look your best and brim with confidence every time a camera is pointed at you, right? But HOW… The answer is short and sweet: Try VOGUE! Not the magazine, but the dance style…
Are you a student at a performing school, freelance dancer or actor? Have you been wondering what the secret sauce for getting more jobs is? Great HEADSHOTS. It’s so simple!
Sometimes it’s not easy to relax and act naturally in front of the camera, but just altering your inner state does magic to your overall appearance and makes you more photogenic. Who would’ve thought! So, it is definitely a good idea to get prepared for the spotlight! Here are a few ideas how to feel more relaxed and develop your confidence in front of the camera.