Tribal Revolution Live Performance Photography 2019 Hey Tribal Revolution 2019... All of the shows are done! Here’s info on how to find the links and order:
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. ** DO NOT REMOVE ANY PROOFS FROM THE SMUG MUG ALBUM ** In order to speed up the posting process, I have only done a simple edit the proofs. Any photos ordered will be color corrected, straightened and cropped appropriately. You will be able to purchase either web-resolution or full-resolution files that you can download, or for an additional $20, receive on a Thumb Drive. Individual web-resolution shots will be $5 each. Individual full-resolution files (print quality, uncropped) will be $15 each. File numbers for each photo can be found at the lower middle portion of the screen. You can only purchase photos of YOU or YOUR GROUP. I will try to remove audience heads from purchased shots if possible.
PLEASE NOTE: I had some bleed from one group to another between my two cameras - please click through to find your entire performance, it might be mixed in with the previous person. Thank you!
Email Carrie (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your interest (web resolution or print quality, download or thumb drive), and the file numbers of your selections. She will send you a Paypal invoice with your total. Once payment is made, you can expect your finished product within a month. If you are interested in professional quality prints, please let Carrie know, and they can be made available as well!
Thank you for letting me serve you! Love, light and shimmies... Carrie
About Carrie… Carrie Meyer, Photographer/The Dancers Eye, has had an interest in cameras and photography from a very young age, when her parents first allowed her to experiment with several of their cameras. She fondly remembers her first Kodak Instamatic, and the variety of fun shots she was able to capture with it.
Carrie began bellydancing in 2001. She sought to find a workout that would inspire her to keep the weight off, while not being tied to the gym. Little did she know at the time that this was just the beginning of a love affair with dance that has now spanned a decade for her. In this period of time, she has learned traditional Egyptian, ATS and Fusion, and has danced in groups that have featured all these styles. Carrie has actively danced in several St. Louis based performing groups for over a decade,
Regardless of the photographic subject matter, Carrie’s work shares certain commonalities. The clarity of the images represented, thoughtful composition, and the meaning of the moments in time that she captures characterize her work. The foundation of her work builds out from the strength and power of the basic images, and the personality, of her subjects. Having married her love of bellydance with her love of photography, Carrie offers her dancer subjects a unique opportunity to work with an artist who truly understands the dance, and how dancers want themselves to be portrayed.
Carrie's work has been featured on the covers of Shimmy, Fuse, Jareeda and Zagareet and in the pages of Yallah, among other publications.