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Dance Photographer recommendation (London area) - for professional dancer, not student


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Thanks so much everyone - that's plenty to go on.  We had Tim Cross at school and I wasn't overly impressed at the time - but in hindsight I think that was probably due to the rushed nature (the students didn't have much time each with him) of the session rather than anything else.

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Tim Cross took photos of my DD last week.  He was fabulous.  He brought his girlfriend with him who is a BRB dancer and they both gave her fabulous corrections (it was like having a private class) and the photos are absolutely wonderful.  Definitely the best I could have hoped for.  The same sort of quality as older DD's WL school photos  :)

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I’m a London based photographer who has experience working with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Lily Allen etc. at festivals across the UK. Recently, I’ve ventured into portrait photography and I’m offering headshots and other portfolio shots for the very competitive price of £75 (inc. digital copies of photos). So that’s £75 for what could be your whole book.


Prints and post-production come at extra cost.


Check out my work here and get in touch! http://www.jackwilliamsphotography.com


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Hello Jack and welcome to the Forum.  Thank you for letting us know about your services.


In accordance with the Forum's Acceptable User Policy could you please add a signature to your profile?


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Also, in accordance with the Policy, I have removed your post in the Not Dance forum as duplicate threads in different forums are not allowed.  As we already have a thread about London-based photographers, I have moved your post to this thread.

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