I stumbled upon Pineapple Dance Studios quite by accident when I was taking a shortcut in Covent Garden. I was vaguely familiar with it from seeing ads for the reality TV show. While I am absolutely terrified of the thought of taking a class myself, I often cut down Langley Street and the energy of the classes usually impels me to stop for a moment and watch through the conveniently placed street window (I also loved the Banksy/Banksy-like stencil next to the window). Before you think this is strange…I’ve seen very large groups of people standing there watching the classes. Few seem able to resist stopping and watching for a while… even me and my sheer horror of dance classes!
At the dawn of the night, there came bright lights. The city is one spacious dancing place, and it's time to bust those moves and shake off the daytime tension. Every night could be disco night as you blare out those flashes and cameras. The world is your dance floor.
American artist *Charles Atlas* is a known pioneer in developing media-dance, also called 'dance for the camera'; now, in the age of technology, he changes his usual human cast with digitized numerical figures.
Here's a handy tool for all you photography and history lovers out there -- this online catalog contains a collection of biographical data of photographers, studios, manufacturers and others involved in photography.
Photography is a lot like life - definitely unpredictable. Have you shot a photo that amazed or surprised you? Lomography Taiwan teamed up with ONFOTO STUDIO for an analogue photo competition. Go ahead, surprise us!