There is a picture of passengers dancing in the Queens romm on board Queen Mary 2 on the site. If you go to Cunard.co.uk and to the ships section you can click on the photo gallery. The photo is in the public rooms section page 6, there is also some nice shots of the ship in there as well. Hope that helps!
You can see pictures on the brochure and I assume on the web site. Just have a look.
Perhaps you can be more explicit about what you are looking for.
The pictures in the brochure are all posed by models I have been on ships when they were taking them.
Also have recognised some of the models from other venues.
Hi just look at www.CRUISE.co.uk's own review and photo site type the ship you are interested in and I am sure you will see lots of piccies where people are 'dressed up' by which I presume you mean in formal dress. This should give you some idea of the attire that is acceptable on certain days. Also Cunard's own site gives an informative description of what they mean by formal semi formal and casual wear. Personally I adore the formal and semi formal nights its an excuse to get the bling out.
Cunards Formal is Formal dress from 6pm. onwards for everybody. Better to dress up, not down. Evening Gowns to the fore! Basically if you do not like dressing up, up, up then Cunard is not the cruise line for you. Daytime is not a problem but the dress code is fixed for the evening. You are advised on a day to day basis if there is anychange to the predetermined nights as to which is Formal, Semi Formal or Casual Elegant (no jeans whatsoever and no shorts in Main Restaurants during the day, only the Lido up to 6pm) If you do not adhere to the dress code you are insulting fellow guests who take the time and trouble.