BPP 155: Emily Brunner - Performance Dance Photography

Emily Brunner is a Performance dance photographer from Philadelphia PA who says She loves dance photography because of the way it allows us to see the movement, the lines, and the power in a way that we cant with our own eyes. Today she talks about the 1 trait you need to master to be great at dance photography.

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In This Episode You'll Learn:

  • When Emily got her first camera

  • How she started shooting dance even though she didn’t dance when she was younger

  • What goes into creating dance photography

  • The different types of performance dance photography

  • How much posing and directing the photographer does

  • How important focal length is to dance photography

  • A simple trick that will make the dancer look better immediately

  • How to choose which lens to use when photographing dance photography

  • The best way to photograph a dance performance

  • Signs of an amateur dance photographer

  • A common misconception people have about dance photography

Premium Members Also Learn:

  • How Emily booked her first dance client

  • Who hires the dance photographer

  • The best way to sell photos online to parents

  • Emilys advice on how much products to offer when starting out

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