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  1. Evening all, my DD has asked for a professional photoshoot for her birthday. She loves (as do I) the work of Jon Applegate and he seems to be the photographer of choice for the dancers she follows on social media. I just wondered if any of you have done something similar and could give an idea of costs? I see on Jon’s website there is a sitting fee but no indication of the cost of the images which I assume aren’t included. Any info would be appreciated as would recommendations of other photographers you would recommend. We’re in Tyneside but willing to travel. Thank you in advance
  2. It's nearly that time again!? 😱😭 i was wondering if it is acceptable to ask your Associate teacher to take the audition photos? I adore my ballet teacher, but I feel like the photos do not picture me in the best light, my legs and body always look a little short and chunky, my legs look a little bent and my turnout bad! I once shot some with my mum who got frustrated by the amount of time it took to take one single picture, but looked better. But the only suitable room we have at home is carpet-ed... Is that a no-no? Looking at the pictures taken by the Associate teacher, they all look beautiful! i don't want to be rude or upset anybody though!
  3. "Using ingenious choreography to interact with their digital environment, seven performers tumble down waterfalls, dive through waves and freeze on glaciers in a thrilling blend of film and live performance which explores our relationship with water." Rebecca Williams, Naomi Tadevossian, Alasdair Stewart, Martina Bussi, Daniel Connor, Chris Knight, Junior Cunningham. ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Junior Cunningham, Martina Bussi, Chris Knight, Alasdair Stewart, Naomi Tadevossian ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr More… Foteini Christofilopoulou - 12 photos By courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Discussion of this programme is here
  4. Foteini Christofilopoulou was at the rehearsal for Rosie Kay's MK ULTRA at Laban Theatre. Shelley Eva Haden. ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Shelley Eva Haden, Shanelle Clemenson, Oliver Russell, Ryan Munroe, Joao Maio, Lizzie Klotz, Harriet Ellis ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Shanelle Clemenson. ©Foteini Christofilopoulou; by courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr More… Foteini Christofilopoulou - 16 photos Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Discussion of this programme is here
  5. How do you take a good photo of a dancer doing developpe a la seconde?? I assumed the position had to be ‘held’, and given my photography skills the hold is often for quite a few seconds! However, now thinking that a well-timed 'action shot’ would look a lot better! Is that cheating?? Dd can developpe quite high, but can’t hold it there for very long. Also, to smile or not to smile? Any other photo tips gratefully received too! I’ve just learnt that taking the photos from a seated position makes them look better. I am a novice running out of practise time to get it right!
  6. Just a quick question, I've printed out the photo requirements for Hammond (yr9) are all positions in tights and shoes except tendu in enface positions both sides which is says bare feet or are all photos bare feet, I'm confused!
  7. Quick question. I can't see anywhere on the Tring application for lower school where it says if the DC should have bare legs and feet or tights and shoes for the photos. Can anyone help? Thanks!
  8. Hope someone can help!! There seems to be two different sets of photos required for the audition application: One here (which the application sends you to) http://www.royalballetschool.org.uk/training/auditions/photograph-requirements-full-time/ and one on the second page fo the form - not sure the link will work and cant post a photo (easy to get to by putting in name and dob tho) http://www.royalballetschool.org.uk/training/auditions/junior-associate-audition-application-form/#gf_59 really confused!! x
  9. After it's very successful brief first run in 2012, The Metamorphosis returns for another week, also a sell-out. Edward Watson as Gregor Samsa Gregor Samsa, Edward Watson and Mrs Samsa, Nina Goldman More… John Ross: The Metamorphosis - 32 photos Discussion of this production is here
  10. Nobody seems to have mentioned this book and so I thought I'd start a new thread for comment and thoughts - its very rare for RB to document a bill in this way. Do post up your thoughts on the book and the idea behind it in this thread. I do though have another reason to post - I'm really pleased to say that six of Dave Morgan's pictures are in the book and feel so pleased for him. Huge congrats Dave and we look forward to seeing more in books! Christopher Wheeldon and Alastair Marriott’s Trespass with Yasmine Nagdhi and Melissa Hamilton. © Dave Morgan. Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr I'm inlcuding two of the six pictures in this post but you can see them all, and in versions that zoom up to very large size, on the following link (along with full details of the book itself): Book - Titian Metamorphosis - Art, Music, Dance. Full Details You can also see the gallery of all of Dave'e pictures of Titian Metamorphosis here: DanceTabs on Flickr: RB Titian Metamorphosis - 36 pictures Finally discussion on the performances last summer is here: http://www.balletcoforum.com/index.php?/topic/1505-metamorphosis-titian-2012/?hl=%2Btitian+%2Bmetamorphosis Federico Bonelli and Marianela Nuñez in Diana & Actaeon. © Dave Morgan. Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr
  11. Titian is Monica Mason's parting triple bill made in collaboration with the National Gallery, seven choreographers, three composers, three designers. The three parts of Titian are Machina choreographed by Kim Brandstrup and Wayne McGregor, music by Nico Muhly, designed by Conrad Shawcross; Trespass by Alastair Marriott and Christopher Wheeldon, music by Mark-Anthony Turnage, designed by Mark Wallinger; Diana and Actaeon by Liam Scarlett, Will Tucket and Jonathan Watkins, music by Jonathan Dove, designed by Chris Ofili. Machina - Carlos Acosta and Leanne Benjamin. Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr ©Dave Morgan. Trespass - Sarah Lamb and Steven McRae. Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr ©Dave Morgan. Diana and Actaeon - Marianela Nuñez as Diana. Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr ©Dave Morgan. More… Dave Morgan Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 - 36 photos Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Discussion of this programme is here.
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