Dance photography is one of the most challenging genres to get right. To take a moving 3 dimensional subject and replicated in a still 2 dimensional image takes knowledge and skill. With the help of an experienced dancer. Raine Cera will show you how to freeze movement or blur movement, how to light for drama and how to anticipate the best moment to capture a move. We will look at both classical and modern styles and what a dancer will need in their portfolio.
Raine has a background in both modern and classic dance having worked with choreographers and teachers from the Royal Ballet, Rambert Dance Company, Random Dance Company, Lea Anderson and many more. She has performed in the BT festival of dance and at The Place in London and also performed her own choreography.
We will have three separate lighting setups that include low key and high key and both natural and studio lights.
Refreshments are provided including a light lunch, please advise us in advance of any special dietary requirements.
Workshop runs from 10am - 5pm
Cost is £125
To book a place contact Jon and Lisa on 01322 554731 or you can book here http://www.andrewappleton.com/?page_id=1991
Times are approximate
10.00am Arrive and meet over refreshments
10.15am Introductions and overview of the day
10.30am What is dance photography, location, studio and styles
11.30am Comfort break and refreshments
11.45am Lighting dance in the studio
1.00pm Working lunch
1.30pm Shoot: Freezing movement
3.00pm Comfort break and refreshments
3.15pm Shoot: Creative blur
4.30pm Review of the day
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