Its a bit silly that it has taken re-opening my business for me to get to photographing the things I have always been passion about. I’ve loved dancing for a long time and always admired dance photographers. So I’ve decided to start pursuing that myself!
I take adult ballet my classes myself and have loved the opportunities I’ve had to photograph one of my teacher’s company and him and his finance dancing this past year. (Blog posts on that coming soon!) But these past few months I decided to be bold and ask a fellow dancer in my class to come model for me. And guess what she said yes!
Chloe and I had plans to go out in the mountains for photos but due to schedules changing and the winter sun setting so early we headed out to Wash Park here in Denver.
We caught some of the most beautiful light and reflections by the lily pond.
Thank you Chloe for freezing your butt off for me and sharing your talents with me.
If you too are a dance and want to work with me I’d love to chat.
Or if you’d just like to learn more about what I do with dancers (and Yogi’s!) head to my page all about that here.
move a dancers art work into a single frame. Its by no means as simple as a click of the button but more knowing the timing and precise moment when the full expression of a movement will happen.
I absolutely love the thrill of photographing dance performances! I love the anticipation required as you have to have be on point to capture their breath taking movements.
More of this beautiful performance by Thomas Dance Project on my blog. Click read more!