A Little ballerina with a beautiful nature.
Isla’s came into the studio to be part of our dancers for dandelion calendar project. She walked in a little shy and quiet. What little 8 year old wouldn’t? A studio with all its lighting can be a little over whelming for anyone. Its funny how literally after 10-15 minutes little kids can feel right at home in front of the camera. Its so beautiful to see them transform from this timid little thing to a little ballerina enjoying herself, and willing to give anything a go during their photography portrait session .
There is definitely something special about photographing little children who love to dance. They have an amazing capacity for follow instruction so well. I’m convince that having to learn all these dances for concerts and performances does amazing things for kids attention span and listening skills. These little ballerinas truly astound me. And it certainly make my job easier too. 😊
The greatest reward when photographing little ballerinas is knowing they are having a great time, and really enjoying their photo experience. The biggest reward however, as a photographer, is not only producing beautiful pictures to look back on, but knowing you give children a little boost to their confidence as well.
Thank you Isla, for bringing your beautiful personality to my studio. I hope you enjoyed your session as much as I did ❤
Isla dances as at En pointe dance academy, in Taren Point https://enpointedance.com.au/
Isla will be one of the many beautiful little ballerinas that will grace the pages of our Dancer for Dandelion Charity Calendar
Helping raise funds for those family and children that need much financial support, especially around this time of the year.
You can read more about our charity project here. https://www.diamondportraits.com.au/about-me-and-photography/our-charity-work/
Images by Cathy, Sutherland shire portrait photographer.