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This is part 2 of my 2 part series on dangerous photography. In this post, I'm going to address Powder Shoots, and two reasons why I think they are dangerous.
Powder shoots are very popular with dancers and photographers who shoot dancers. These are usually shot in a studio setting, where either the dancer themselves or one of the photographer's assistants tosses powder (could be talc or baby powder) or flour in the air as the dancer does their dancer thing. Admittedly,
Over the last couple of weeks, I've found myself involved in several ongoing conversations about 2 different types of photo shoots, both of which are, IMVHO, very, very dangerous.
Interestingly, while the dangers of one would, at least on the surface, appear to be quite obvious to even the most casual observer, I was struck at how many photographers flat out refuse to admit that these practices can be so very dangerous, not only to themselves, but in many cases, to their