Category Archive: Documentary dance photography

Slithering on #WordyMonday

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I’m responding to another #WordyMonday suggestion by the Mischievous Milo Miles. I chose photographs of dancers in moves (and at angles) that could be interpreted as slithering and enhanced this impression by using… Continue reading

City Academy Belly Dance Taster: Saturday at Sadler’s Wells

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Today was absolutely packed. I started by loosing 40 minutes looking for a spare camera battery before remembering it was already packed with the rest of my camera gear, went on to wrap… Continue reading

After Party

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While meeting for a quick New Year’s Day coffee, Ms Hedgehog and I decided to go to the Vintage Swing and Jive lesson given by the gorgeous Moe Sakan at London’s South Bank.… Continue reading

Have A Devilish New Year’s Eve! #WordyMonday

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I created a photographic interpretation of the word ‘devilish’ in response to a #WordyMonday suggestion by the multi-talented Milo Miles. Selected from my images of a performance of Tony Adigun’s Illegal Dance at… Continue reading

Dance Sensitivity Communication

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For any social dance to work pleasantly there must be consensus as to how to interact. In a milonga, tango dancers will move into the flow which is always anticlockwise. Even when a… Continue reading

Have A Wonderful Christmas

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Wishing you a wonderful Christmas! May you; love and be loved, be happy and healthy, have pleasure in discovery, be strong of mind and body, take pleasure in small things, grow as an… Continue reading

(Apocalyptic) Aftermath on #WordyMonday

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Milli Wouters suggested this word in jest, as this will be the first #WordyMonday since the purported end of the World last week. I think the images themselves tell the story and as… Continue reading

Decathect

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I stumbled across this word while trying to delete an unwanted menu; it was apparently the Dictionary.com word of the day yesterday. I’ve not saved it for #WordyMonday because I already have a… Continue reading

Telling the right story at Christmas (with the help of photoshop)

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Good story telling is hard, and the way you need to think about conveying it change radically according to how it will be told. For stand-alone images, it’s even more difficult as the… Continue reading

Shooting Starlets Having Fun

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There are about four waking hours today and maybe one tomorrow before I’m off to hospital, so I’m taking the easy way out for today’s post. As I mentioned in previous posts, one… Continue reading