To find your photos go to the “View Your Photos” drop down menu on the top right hand side of the homepage – the most recent events are at the top of the list.


It is recommended that you register your details for an account when first prompted.  The main benefit is that you will then be able to save images to your FAVOURITES folder, where they will be stored and which you can go back to again and again in the future.  You can also then place your orders from the Favourites folder where all your photos are together.


To save a photo to your Favourites folder, click on the heart icon above it.


To place an order, click on the “Buy” icon and you will then be taken to the Price List. Here there is a choice of the Product Ranges available:  Prints, Digital Downloads, Wall Décor (Canvases, Acrylics etc) and Albums.  You will see some of the products available in each product range but if you click on the “See All” button it will open the page up.


Usually, the product at the top of the list will be displayed but if you click on the “Change Product” button, it will open up a scroll down list of all the products in the range. By clicking on any particular product as you scroll down the list, it will tell you the cost of the product and there is a box with more details of each product.




Please note that there are many "VALUE PACKS" whereby the more prints you order, the cheaper each one becomes.  The cost per print is shown in the scroll down price list.


Do NOT order two images the same size - Click on a VALUE PACK that gives you 3 for the price of 2.


At most events there will be a 20% discount if you place your order usually within 2-3 weeks of the end of the event.  Use the discount code DISCOUNT20 to save 20% at checkout.




Prints are usually delivered in a Lustre finish.  If you would like your prints in a Gloss finish or would like them to be converted to Black & White or cropped in a particular way, please make a note of this in the instructions box when you place your order.


Please remember that at many Dance Events the lighting may be very poor and there may well be coloured lights used that leave a coloured sheen on the dancers and even pyrotechnics that leave haze and smoke hanging in the air.  This will all impact on the quality of the images and is something we have no control over.


Please also remember that photos always look better on computer screens, and particularly on small tablets and phones – they are back-lit.  It is impossible to replicate this type of vibrant illuminated image to a print on white paper – so please be realistic in your expectations. We will, of course, endeavour to produce the best images we can for you.  The images are all “processed” to adjust white balance, contrast and colour and are cropped to get the best image we can, given the conditions at the event.