Update: The workshop has ended. If you are interested in attending this workshop, kindly join the waitlist. We will inform you once it is available. Thank you.
When we talk about dance photography, it is about capturing a dancer's movement and the expression behind those movements. The artistry in a photographer is to tell a story of the dancer's artistic expression through movements in a single frame or a series of frames.
The quintessential dance that has interested many photographers around the world is Ballet. Disciplined, yet graceful, controlled, yet expressive. Telling a story through movement. That's the artistry of a ballet dancer. As a dance photographer, you tell their story, an artist photographing another artist.
Topics covered include:
Understanding the art of Ballet (terms, feet and hand position, etc.)
Compositional aesthetics and developing your unique style
Understanding the exposure triangle: Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO
Working with constant/natural lighting
Practical photoshoot with a professional ballet dancer
Who should attend:
This workshop is open to anyone who is interested in dance photography or action in general, and have a basic understanding of composition and exposure triangle.
For those who would like to learn more about the exposure triangle, you are encouraged to attend the Fundamentals Workshop prior to signing up for this workshop.
Date & Time:
To be updated.
Please ensure that you have selected the date prior to checkout.
Note: Participants are responsible in ensuring that you are available to attend the workshop on the selected date and time. No cancellation or refund is allowed upon sign up.
14 Arumugum Rd LTC building C, #03-08
- All cameras are welcome and there will be a limited selection of Leica gear available for attendees to use.
- No cancellation or refund upon sign up.
Chris Soo (@chrissooimages)
Chris Soo is a commercial and editorial photographer based in Singapore. He moved from Oklahoma City and spent time in Dallas to the sunny shores of Singapore. He has been involved in photography for more than 20 years. Starting with 35mm film, he was a school photographer, photographing portraits, events, and celebration. He transitioned to digital during his stay in Oklahoma and Texas, photographing portraits, fashion, and boudoir. He loves photographing architecture, interiors, Fashion, People and Food.