Category Archive: Carole Edrich dance photography

dancing in the rain

by

I shot this at the Vuokatti Dance Festival, is of a local Strictly-style competition. Local celebrities were judged by locals selected in a competition. The rain made no difference to anyone although it… Continue reading

vuokatti dance festival group

by

I had a fantastic time at the first Vuokatti Dance Festival in Finland last year where, apart from all kinds of public performances in the rain, they held the first over-30s dance competition… Continue reading

preparing for performance

by

The huge range of countries, nationalities and organisations participating in Big Dance 2012 was announced this morning along with events at Westfields and the Big Dance Schools Pledge. The latter is a Guiness… Continue reading

all dressed up

by

I took this shot at the Harrods Tea Rooms in a special Tea Dance event in 2008 and have used it to illustrate an old controversy; about whether or not children should not… Continue reading

they’re in awe

by

I don’t normally process images to this extent, it’s not cost effective, but I wanted to make this look as magical as possible to the little girl in the picture. I had been… Continue reading

walk the walk

by

Even when photographing public productions with adult performers I’ve found there to be some controversy around what images could be used where. So far I’ve not had the same experience with my images… Continue reading

swing it baby!

by

Whoever said ‘never work with children or animals’ only got half the story. It’s true that children are less predictable, but when it all hangs together it’s so very rewarding. I took a… Continue reading

Hello!

by

There are so many fantastic, dance forms around. So many great shows and events. So many hard working and talented dancers. So many fascinating places, intriguing cultures, creative people, wonderful customs. So many… Continue reading

If you’re good enough to get published you’re good enough to be paid

by

I sporadically read PictureCorrect photography posts. Sometimes I find them interesting, sometimes not. Sometimes I laugh at the lack of experience unwittingly betrayed by the writer and sometimes writers provide perspectives I’ve never… Continue reading

Stop all the clocks

by