logo 1326850227

6862 MarcoCiavolino Week 21 20200604 Dance Post

Learning to Moonwalk like Michael

Moonwalking. Michael Jackson wasn't the first, but he was the best at that amazing illusion of walking forward while moving backward. Hard as I've tried, it's just never going to happen. One less bucket list item.

Jackson's First Moonwalk


This week we are going dancing! As always, we recommend that you interpret this theme as wildly as you like, especially with the added creativity required for those of us who are confined to our homes during this time. You could portray objects that signify dance, like propping up shoes, or throwing a hat and cane in the air, or simply take a self portrait of yourself shaking it off in your living room! Movement in photography is often shown with the use of motion blur, so this is a great challenge to experiment with a slower shutter speed. Or you can freeze a dancer's pose with a fast shutter speed. Keep in mind that you do not have to photograph an entire body shot. Dancing can also be implied by focusing on feet in a dancing pose, an arm curved around a partner's back, shaking hips or a wild expression of someone with headphones on.


The XCORP Family of Companies

Enktesis Logo.
*enktesis, LLC assists clients in a range of web technology solutions, marketing communications, business development, and communications research efforts

EmpowerMatsLogo v01 140 01
Empower Mats
Tools to empower visually impaired students to participate in competitive robotics programs.

Robot Mat Logo.
Robot Mats
Build the skills of your current team with our universal training mats. They provide every scenario required to teach all the fundamentals programming and similar robotics systems.

Creative Play Mats Logo.
Creative Play Mats
These amazing mats feature imaginative, play-producing, images designed to provide just enough imagery to spur creativity.

TechBrick Education Logo.
TechBrick Education
TechBrick is an independent robotics and STEM education program for home-schooled, public, and private school students in Harford, Baltimore, and Cecil counties in Maryland.

PaperClipPressHeader02Web 01
You've got an idea. You've written your book, your ideas, your thoughts. Paperclip Press can make it happen.

XCORP2014 / Enktesis, LLC
Baltimore, MD / 410-838-8264
Atlanta, GA / 470-648-3100
Columbia, SC / 803-832-0878
Copyright Enktesis
Contact Info http://meetmarco.com

*enktesis, LLC is a private consultancy, led by Marco Ciavolino, assisting clients in a range of web technology solutions, marketing communications, business development, and communications research efforts. He has been involved in the web space since 1995 and since that time has directly developed and collaborated on numerous web projects from small niche sites to large enterprise projects.  Want to know more? Contact me via email or phone  (marco@enktesis.com / 410-838-8264).   Full contact information at meetmarco.com

Privacy Policy

Member of...
CBNBanner Tagline500x185

In Partnership for RobotMats with

Geyer Logo Color 01 Web