This past February and March we held our first ever fabric and flour dance minis sessions in our new South Surrey studio location. Dancers came from all over the lower mainland to participate and were of all ages and skill levels. Creative dance photography is a passion of Adrienne’s and she has refined her skill as a dance photographer, offering both fabric sessions and flour sessions to create interesting imagery to highlight a dancer’s skills.
When a dancer comes to the studio for their session, it helps if they have prepared a little bit ahead of time, practicing poses, looking on our website at other images, and have a general idea of some of the poses they want to achieve. We ask that dancers arrive with plenty of time to warm up and stretch and we keep the heat in the studio a little warmer to make it easier for dancing.
For each mini session, we offer the option of doing your shoot with either Fabric or Flour. Both concepts are equally as interesting creatively, so it is really up to the dancer’s personal preference. As you can imagine, using flour is a tiny bit more messy (okay, more like a lot more messy) but our studio is fully sectioned off and contains the flour dust inside the shoot area. We ask that dancers come prepared with a change of clothes and a towel, and know that they will probably leave with their hair full of flour.
However, the results are well worth the effort.
If you are interested in participating on our next set of Creative Dance Mini Sessions, contact us, and we will keep you on the list announcing upcoming dates.