Textbook chapter excerpt by Steve Weinrebe.
Weinrebe, Steve. Adobe Photoshop and the Art of Photography: A Comprehensive Introduction, New York: Thomson Delmar Learning. 2007.
“There are no rules for capturing the peak moment, it’s a matter of instinct.” Article by David E. Nathan
The New York-based photographer Lois Greenfield is famous for her photographs of dancers hovering in the air. Garry Stewart's choreography for Adelaide's Australian Dance Theatre is strong on aerial dancing that suits her style - jump high on a roll, twist, turn, kick sharply and plunge to the floor. Together they make an explosive piece of dance in Held.
Dance photography doesn’t mean for Lois Greenfield the work of a paparazzi or sitting behind the stage on the rehearsal. Her photos show such moments of human motion which are completely invisible to the naked eye. Interviewed by Varga Miklós, English Translation
A review of Lois Greenfield's collaboration with Australian Dance Theatre's HELD by Erika Kinetz in The New York Times.
A performance review of "HELD", the collaborative work between Lois Greenfield and The Australian Dance Theatre