Don’t forget, only phones and tablets are allowed at NCPP, so if you are performing and want high quality photos and video of your performance, we have two vendors coming to the show!
NCPP is thrilled to welcome George Grigorian Photography’s Poleagraphy as the official photographer of NCPP 2015!
Poleagraphy is the pole dance photography branch of George Grigorian Photography. Poleagraphy has been at numerous pole dance competitions starting with California Pole Dance Championship in 2010, capturing action shots for competitors. It has also been recognized worldwide for its unique and powerful captures. Poleagraphy’s images have been featured in many pole and other magazines from LA Weekly to Pole2Pole, Pole Spin, Bad Kitty Blogs, Pole Story book cover and inside, and Penthouse Magazine. Many other pole related websites, flyers and posters around the industry display the work of Poleagraphy. George has worked with the top names in international pole dance, and his images speak for themselves.
New this year, George will be providing ALL OF THE IMAGES he shoots to every dancer. High-quality images–numbering in the 100 – 300+ images range depending on complexity of performance– will be provided via Dropbox within 30 days after the event, for just $55. Retouching, USB format, and printed copies will be available as well.
Dancers can find more information and samples of George’s work, and order their photo packages here: http://www.poleagraphy.com/NCPP.asp
George can be reached at email@example.com for any questions.
NCPP welcomes filmmakers 120 Pictures as the official videographer of NCPP 2015!
120 Pictures is two filmmakers, Tiffany Tse and Miles Sager, specializing in documentary filmmaking and creative narrative film. They have created multiple pieces for SF Weekly, Esquire Magazine, and KTVU Fox Channel 2, among others. Both study cinematography at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Tiffany is an experienced pole dancer from Twirly Girls Pole Fitness and has passion for creating art on the pole as well as on screen. Miles is newer to the pole world, but has attended and documented events such as Volare Variety and Pacific Pole Championships, with a keen sense of excitement. Some examples of their work can be seen here: http://onetwentypictures.tumblr.com/
“120 Pictures will provide an elegant, high-quality and clean cut of your performance. As filmmakers we strive to provide the very best visual imagery to our audience. With prior experience in the pole sport world as a pole dancer and pole videographer we assure that you will be satisfied with the final product.”
To order a video of your NCPP performance, fill out the order form contained in the link below. 120 Pictures will then send you a PayPal invoice for $45, which you can pay with any major credit card or your PayPal account. Within 30 days after the event, you will receive a full video of your performance sent to your email inbox as a link to download a movie file that you are free to view, post, and share at your leisure.
If you would like your video but did not order prior to August 29, 120 Pictures will be filming every performance and would be happy to accept your order on the day of or shortly after the event. They will be accepting orders in person on the day of the event as well.
To order videos, please visit the link and scroll to the bottom: https://polenorcal.com/participants/pics-and-video/
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.