Category Archive: Power Of Photography

International Women’s Day: dancing strength

This is the final of my series of three posts commemorating International Women’s Day. All taken from the OBR Flashmob rehearsal in London’s City Hall, I’ve selected them because of the strength, intensity,… Continue reading

Tommy Franzén agrees to be a judge for Dance Photographer of the Year

Despite working much of the Christmas period I’ve not yet done everything I had planned, although I do expect to have caught up sufficiently with my work to be able to go to… Continue reading

Have A Devilish New Year’s Eve! #WordyMonday

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


I stumbled across this word while trying to delete an unwanted menu; it was apparently the 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)

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

When Flash Isn’t Flash

Performers at 60×60, Stratford Circus (c) Carole Edrich 2010 Don’t use flash It’s a simple instruction. Given, presumably, because the organiser concerned is accustomed to people who default to flash photography and whose… Continue reading

How the power of photography can change perceptions

All images: Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing Marilyn Monroe in Noted at the Lilian Baylis Studio Power of Photography Series #2 (#1, #3) These first two shots show the dancer to one side of the… Continue reading

Using Yolande Yorke-Egell’s portrayal of Marilyn Munroe to show the power of photography

All images: Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing as Marylin Monroe in Noted with a sculpture by Sally McKay Power of Photography Series #1 (#2, #3) My photographs of Yolande Yorke-Edgell dancing as Marylin Monroe by… Continue reading