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How to Photograph Dancers Photographing Dancers is one of the most difficult, yet inspiring and artistically fulfilling genres of photography!   UNDERSTANDING ANTICIPATED MOVEMENT: Being able to understand the anticipated movement associated with photographing dancers is one of the most important aspects to learn.  If you watch dancers long enough and gain experience in observing […]

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GLOW IN THE DARK BLACK LIGHT BODY PAINT DANCE PHOTOGRAPHY Want to add some more tools into your Dance Photography Tool Belt? Host a black light glow in the dark body paint photo shoot!  This kind of shoot takes a little planning and some basic photography skills, but is quite simple to do! One of […]

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Should I apply to be a Heather O’Steen Photography Dance Ambassador? That’s a GREAT question and I’m so glad you asked!  We are just about to begin our second annual HOP Ambassador search and there have been so many questions that I hope to answer for you here.   What Is a HOP Ambassador? The […]

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After having Nutcracker canceled last year in 2020 due to covid, it was so nice to finally see it back on the stage this year!  Emily danced the role of The Sugar Plum Fairy and Arabian in the John Carroll School production, and the role of Dew Drop Fairy, Arabian, Trepak, and Snow in the […]

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Maryland Dance Photographer Did you know that Heather O’Steen Photography began way back in 2007, under the name of Timeless and Treasured Photography?  Fourteen years is a LONG time to still be pursuing this little business!  During most of those years, my business took a back seat to being a stay at home mom to […]