Category Archive: photography

hats off to big dance

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The reasons why I have posted this shot should be clear. It’s from the Big Dance Bus performance in Islington.

can can in covent garden

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Something of a change today, a fairly conventional shot of Can-Can dancers in Covent Garden. They were performing to celebrate the opening of celebrity chef Raymond Blanc’s new Brasserie Blanc. Nothing to do… Continue reading

air lift

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I like this shot, also taken at the Big Dance Bus celebration of the Lift Hub at White Lion Street, because it shows the height at which the circus artists were working. What… Continue reading

happy hip hopper

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As is so often the case, some of my favourite shots are peripheral to the event I’m covering. This young man was happily dancing his very own hip hop while Big Dance Bus,… Continue reading

blue butterfly dance sculpture

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I’ve chosen this shot for the colours. This shot, from the production Rights (?) by LCP Dance Theatre was taken at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre

waving the flag

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More from the flashmob at Westfields Stratford City, I enjoyed taking these because of the dancer’s obvious enjoyment of the entire performance.

dancers whirling lights

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While the troupe like it, they’re more enthusiastic about other images from this shoot. However I’m very happy with the way this photograph covers extremes of light and dark and am even happier… Continue reading

flashmob fun

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Sad I know, but as it’s still a novelty I’ve applied Photoshop’s new tilt-shift option to this image of a group of dancers. This was taken at Westfield Stratford City in the flashmob… Continue reading

dance with smoke and torches

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I’m not sure about this shot. It’s the best I could do with the D700 at such low light. One photographer friend (whose wife is my favourite flamenco teacher) was very impressed indeed,… Continue reading

first pair dancing

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I decided to open the series on the flashmob held to commemorate the arrival of the Olympic flag in the UK with a shot of the couple who started it. Shooting this was… Continue reading