DancerI recently photographed a dancer at my studio. This was the first time I've photographed a dancer so wasn't really sure how to go about doing it. I'll admit I'm not the quickest at pushing the button, especially when shooting with larger formats. I generally like to work slow and methodical, so if something springs out of nowhere in front of my lens, chances are I'll catch the tail end of it by the time I'm in focus and ready to push the button. If I were a sports photographer, I'd likely get "The Celebration" rather than "The Catch."Having finished the shoot and gone through the images I already know what I'd do differently. I can see that I didn't get enough movement in many of the earlier photos from the session. A lot of the images look like she is either posing or doing Yoga even though she was actively dancing. My favorite of the dancing shots is one above that showed movement. I like how the hair is covering her entire face and just one eye is focused right on the lens (although in the low res version it does look like her eye is closed). It shows movement and a connection to the viewer. I like a lot of the other images, but this would be my select for the dancing images.Let me know what you think of the images and if you have any tips for shooting dancers I'd love to hear them.Here are some more of the dancing images:DancerPhoto hair/makeup: Veronica Sjoen