1. Talk to your photographer about what dance styles you would like to showcase The more information your photographer knows about what dance styles you would like to show and how much experience you have in these styles, the best they can be prepared for your shoot. Styles such as hip-hop, ballet, tap or ballroom have a different visual feel and could be lit and photographed differently from each other. 2. Prepare some music tracks that inspire you to dance Bring some of yo
If you are an actor, model, dancer or a performer of any kind, you will need to have a good headshot photo to stand out on casting websites, auditions, school applications or on social media. Here are some tips on how to make sure you get the most out of your headshot photoshoot. 1. Keep your hair styled but natural If your hair is naturally curly, that is what you need to show. If your hair is straight, do no curl it before the shoot. This is especially important for actors.
First time I saw Sam, he was dressed quite differently - I was watching a fun theatre play with my little daughter and her friends. Sam was on the stage wearing a Roman soldier's outfit, next to he's co-actors who were dressed as Neptune, Starfish and Mermaid. I think it's safe to say that both kids and adults enjoyed the show that made us laugh out loud, sing and dance along. Few months later, I was looking for a male model for a project and I walked past a young man sitting
Have you ever looked at bubble wrap and thought: ''This would make a beautiful skirt!''. No? Neither had I. Few months ago, I started putting together a photoshoot, to photograph in a derelict building in Reepham, that will soon be torn down. I had about a week to get all the elements together and was looking to create something a bit different and out of the ordinary. So imagine my excitement when I heard about a young lady, by the name of Nikolina Boldero, living in the sam