Horray! The photos are online! Paul was up until the wee hours finishing up and when I got up this morning there was a note on the desk with the gallery info. Yay!
The Sharon Rennie School Of Dance production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves has been sorted, tweaked and uploaded to an online gallery for all the ballet Mums and Grandmas out there. There’s over 1200 images all up, so you may want to go straight to the scene you or your cherub is in.
We’re doing it a bit differently this year, you can’t buy prints, but you can buy them as digital files. This way you can print them as many times as you want, put them on facebook, or put them in your Christmas cards (if you’re way late like me). They’re only $7.50ea. Do your selecting and paying online and then we’ll email them to you in full resolution (without the watermark of course).
If you have a very slow connection, or if you don’t know what to do with them if they’re emailed, we can send them to you on cd for $5. That way you can just take the cd to Topshots or somewhere like that, and they’ll print them for you. The files are big enough to print beautifully up to an A4 size or even larger.
Okey Dokey, if you have any questions, feel free to email me or you can leave it in the comments box below and I’ll answer it here if it may be helpful for others too. If you want to let your friends and family know about this gallery, give them the following link to bring them directly to this page: https://www.jessicajones.co.nz/ballet
Oh, one more thing. The photos are from both the afternoon and evening sessions. Paul has put them in order so it will be easier to find who you’re looking for. You will notice though, that the lighting is a bit different – like the afternoon might have blue lighting in a certain scene, whereas the evening one might be red. You can tell which is the afternoon and evening by the filenames directly below each photo. The filenames ending with an ‘A’ were from the afternoon, and the ones ending in ‘E’ were the evening. We’ve split the finale up because they were so different with the flowers etc.
Thanks again to Sharon Rennie for being so patient with our girls all year, and putting on such a fun production for them to dance in. Also – YAY for the tutus 🙂
So sit back, and let the pictures begin!
Because a blog post looks really boring without pictures, here are a few more:
This was before the performance. I think next year if we do it again and if there are enough parents who are keen, I’ll set aside a specific time when you can come in for individual shots, that might save the big rush beforehand.
I’m sorry, but I have to add another one of my kids in here. Like all parents, I think mine are cuter than average 🙂