So you want to be a dance photographer... Or maybe you're just curious or clicked on this because you're bored. I don't know what brought you here, but I do know a thing or two about dance and dance photography, so here are some tips for those of you who might want to photograph dancers one day but don't know where to start.
1. If you don't know anything about dance technique, ask a dancer for help.
I have the advantage of being a dancer myself, but don't let lack of knowledge scare you away from shooting dancers. No one knows what good and bad dance photography look likes better than dancers themselves, so their insight is extremely valuable. Ask for it - they will let you know when they don't look good.
2. It's in the little details.
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