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Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By DDTdancer Comments: 14, member since Sun May 24, 2009
On Wed May 27, 2009 08:05 PM

I have dance pictures next weekend, and I don't know what pose I should do for jazz. We do a group photo, which we have a pose for, but I don't know how I should do my individual photo! Here's the costume (it wouldn't let me copy+paste the exact link, so I did the best I can!): artstonecostumes.com . . . once you get here, go to the style search bar & enter: c545 *I want something unique, and I will consider all ideas!! Thanks!!!

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re: Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By DDTdancer Comments: 14, member since Sun May 24, 2009
On Wed May 27, 2009 08:12 PM
sorry for the triple post.... not sure how that happened!! (:
re: Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By danceaholic_xoxo Comments: 501, member since Tue Dec 23, 2008
On Wed May 27, 2009 08:23 PM
You could stand with example your right foot in front in 4th, and bring your left leg up to an attitude derriere.

If you can, balance on either leg, and bring your leg back into a derriere extension, for example: www.youtube.com . . . at 1:08.
re: Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By AlwaysOnStagePremium member Comments: 7286, member since Sun Apr 18, 2004
On Wed May 27, 2009 09:48 PM
Well, it would help to know what you think is your best quality: Upper body? Lower Body? Hip flexibility? Awesome balance? Lengthy? Short and sassy? But, in general terms, let's play photo hunt!

I always like poses on a single forced arch!
Image hotlink - 'http://www.ninedesign.se/portfolio/Webb/flashdance.jpg'
Image hotlink - 'http://cache2.asset-cache.net/xc/81866413.jpg?v=1&c=NewsMaker&k=2&d=76B6C1F054E331E1DBB29092FE369FFEE30A760B0D811297'
^Imagine that one on forced arch instead of flat. Mmm!^
Image hotlink - 'http://www.mattthomases.net/images/05_matisse_walk.jpg'
^Imagine this one with a strong upper body^

Or do Minimalisim and have an understated photo. I don't know if it'd be appropriate becuase I don't know what the photo is for, but who knows?
Image hotlink - 'http://content.nordstrom.com/ImageGallery/store/product/Gigantic/17/_5552757.jpg'
Image hotlink - 'http://www.aspectdigitalphotography.co.uk/users/www.aspectdigitalphotography.co.uk/upload/ADP470%20%20Footballer%20Model%20008.jpg'


OH! LOOK WHAT I FOUND! I think it's gorgeous!
Image hotlink - 'http://sarahbrumgart.com/images/Sitting-Arm-Circle-Dance-Pose.gif'
re: Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By DancingDiva736member has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 3589, member since Wed Oct 17, 2007
On Thu May 28, 2009 12:24 PM
See if you can find any copies of dance magazines and check those, they are usually great for inspiration. Also, here is the google imagine link for jazz dance poses, browse through them and see if something catches your eye.

images.google.com . . .
re: Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By encanto_bailarmember has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 94, member since Mon Aug 07, 2006
On Sat May 30, 2009 12:21 AM
My favorite thing to do for jazz pictures especially is to hit my favorite pose form the dance I'm in costume for, depending on your favorite part of the dance :)
re: Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By JazzDancer221 Comments: 225, member since Mon Jul 14, 2008
On Sat May 30, 2009 05:51 PM
I think you should pose like the model for your costume on the website.
If you can get a really high leap, that would make a great action shot.
re: Jazz Dance Picture Pose? en>fr fr>en
By Vanity_Lu Comments: 26, member since Mon Jun 08, 2009
On Mon Jun 29, 2009 01:29 PM
What you could do is have your lightest/best split person up on two people's hands and have them pose like this kind of: www.dancestudioaustin.com . . .

and the split person could be posed like this:
www.atlantachristianweb.com . . .

with your other dancers strategically placed around them, under them, etc.

like another girl could be in a handstand, in a middle split, with her legs on two girls' shoulders who could be posed like this:
lisakellyphotography.com . . .

you know, cool things like that :)

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