Today is photography day! I few days ago I sat down with Rose Eichenbaum, a professional dance photographer. We mainly chatted about composition, and today I took a bunch of photos of the Royal Danish Ballet to try and test out some of her tips. I apologize for the slight blurriness of most of these photos--a point-and-shoot camera, even a nice one, simply isn't made for shooting high-speed dance photos. Still, I think the composition of many of them is a big step up from what I have been doing with dance, so I hope you all can just take a step back and enjoy! This is top-notch ballet, by the way. You may find better photos, but you probably won't find better dancers anywhere, really.
Note the stump.
Not dance, but super cute. It's not just a red squirrel, it's a baby red squirrel.
This is our stage manager/lighting designer Mårten (pronounced Morton). His superpower is that he can balance a chair on his chin.
Hope you've liked the photos. By the way, there were two bear sightings today, but I managed to miss both.