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Online Learning from Pas de Deux Photo

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We have here a great selection of the best resources on dance photography. We update these regularly so you have access to the best information out there.  Have a question or an idea for a future webinar or conference topic?  Email with your ideas! We support artistic development and business growth for all types of dance photography. 

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PC:  Sharon Morgenstern, 2020 Conference.  Featured: Jonathan Givens. Eric Pare & Kim Henry

Effective Communication and Safety when Working with Dancers

This is the only course on safe practices for dance photographers and we are proud to be offering it.

Learn more about best practices for photographers working dancers. This course covers developing a professional rapport, using consent, common dancers behaviors and safety concerns before, during and following a photo session.  2023 Conference attendees can take the course using a coupon code that has been sent to their email address.  All photographers completing the course receive a personalized certificate of completion they can share on their webpage and social media.

PC: Zoe Litaker

Great Opportunity for Dance Photographers
Purchase the self-paced course here

SafeSport® Trained Core course

Many dance photographers work with dancers under the age of 18. Whether the photo sessions are part of a dance studio or custom, individual sessions, we believe dance photographers benefit from having education about how to recognize, prevent and respond to different types of abuse. We highly recommend theSafeSport® Trained Core course as a place to begin your education.

A comprehensive 90-minute overview of facts, principles, and strategies to help you provide safe and positive sport environments. Units include:

  • Sexual Misconduct Awareness and Education

  • Mandatory Reporting

  • Physical and Emotional Misconduct (including bullying, hazing, and harassment)

Federal law gives the nonprofit U.S. Center for SafeSport an important mandate: To end sexual, physical, and emotional abuse and misconduct in amateur sport. They pursue this goal by setting athlete safety policies and reinforcing abuse prevention and accountability across the Olympic and Paralympic Movement—encompassing over 11 million athletes and allies in more than 50 sports. They help parents, coaches, athletes, and more build better sport cultures in organizations across America that stir kids to move, compete, and thrive.

Use the button below to link to the SafeSport® Trained Core course and enhance your education. 

Pas de Deux Webinar Recordings and YouTube Videos

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