Dance Photographer Dorset, we can provide an on-site studio for Ballet Photography. We also provide coverage of shows, festivals and dance competitions. Maybe you would want to create great images from a ballet grading or a street dance festival. We can provide the complete solution. We pride ourselves on delivering the personal service of a family business, but able to scale to cover the largest events. No job is too big or too small.
All dancers and performers can be photographed individually and in groups. Using the best cameras we can photograph discretely during the performance, rehearsals or via on-site studios. We have our own dancers to direct and pose. We do not want your students spending time with us when they should be with you. Everything is planned for speed and efficiency. Images can be viewed and purchased on site or via secure web galleries.
You want to be captured looking your best, enjoying the occasion. With so many styles of dance, we can provide different backgrounds and styles of dance photography to provide the best memories of any occasion. We can deliver images or the day or via secure web galleries.
Ballet Photography Dorset
Poise and grace are the requirements of any ballet dancer and of course it is about the love and joy of the dance. When covering such a specialist dance we like to work with teachers as much as possible. So Swan Lake or contemporary ballet, pointe work or tutus. We can be there to support you.
So if you are the organizer of a dance festival or a show and are looking for a photographer to provide lasting memories of the occasion then we can provide the service you require.
To find out more details either call us on Phone Mike: 07951 926304 or fill out the form and we will get back to you. We would love to work with you.
Dance Studio Photographer
This has two meanings for us, we can of course provide a mobile studio at a dance studio. We can also, as we did for this family provide a studio so that they could come and be photographed. This allows us more time to work together.
If your knowledge of ballet is as good as mine then maybe a read of Wikipedia may be of help.