Same Sex Dancing Eurochampionships 2017 Berlin, 27th to 29th July, were a glittering celebration for all – for the dancers, for the audience, for the visitors en passant. And for the photographers, too. They were brought down to a really round figure by the finishing ball where all strain and stress of the competitions might be forgotten and transformed into pure joy and happiness about these three days. Furthermore, this event got an innovative and emotional impetus by the photo exposition about same sex dancing.
Unfortunately, I was impeded to visit this formidable dancing celebration on Friday, 28th. So attached you find the photos I had the pleasure to make on Thursday, 27th, and Saturday, 29th. Here you find my photos – at first in black and white and finally some in colour. You can identify the size of 13×18 cm looking at the grey line.
The photos can be purchased as electronic data file without watermark sign in the following two versions:
13×18 cm, 200 dpi, .jpg-format.
This format is differentiated enough to generate a good print at
the size of 13 x 18 cm.
Price: 10 Euro (for exclusively private application).
21×29,7 cm (Din A4), 300 dpi, .jpg-format.
This format is a very good basis to generate a professionalized printing
at this size and even a good one to be printed out till the size of Din A3-format
(29,7 x 42 cm).
Price: 20 Euro (for exclusively private application).
Also, the photos can be puchased as print on fine art paper.
For conditions contact me under mail[at]juergenvanbuer.de
When you want special versions of a photo or when need a photo for commercial application you should contact me, too.
For further information about Same Sex Dancing Eurochampionsships 2017 Berlin, 27th – 29th July 2017, look at http://www.equalitydance-ec-2017.info/index.php/de/
Some technical remarks:
The photos have been made with a Sony full chip camera and Sony respectively Zeiss lenses. As it was inevitable to use a 1/1.500 second, the sensibility of the chip had to be increased to about 3.200 to 6.400 ASA. Consequently, the photos show visible grain – you could say as it is known from sensitive black and white films during the analogue area. Perhaps, you can tolerate this as a special stylistic interpretation of the impressive atmosphere of this Same Sex Dancing event.
Jürgen van Buer