Street Musician

By Alan_Baseley    
One of a duo of native American musicians entertaining the crowds at the Whitby Regatta

Tags: Street photography Musician Black and white American Portraits and people Whitby Regatta

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Comments


Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
21 Aug 2012 8:36AM
Good details and tones here Alan
Regards Richard

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franken Plus
13 3.8k 4 Wales
21 Aug 2012 8:39AM
Excellent capture Alan.

Ken
Lillian Plus
6 21 16 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2012 9:31AM
Great mono Alan,
like the way you have composed with the huge picture in the background so well
Lillian
KingBee Plus
9 442 2 Scotland
21 Aug 2012 11:30AM
This is a brilliant shot, Alan: full of feeling and emotion, with a magic background, and sharp as a tack. Excellent work.

Regards.

Bob
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
21 Aug 2012 12:22PM
Great music shown here!
Works well in Mono Alan, excellent composition and tones
Gordon
CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
21 Aug 2012 2:54PM
A fine capture and presentation, Alan, bet they were good Smile Carol
Maiwand Plus
9 3 71 England
21 Aug 2012 4:19PM
Delighted to be 30 on this lovely candid Alan. Great look of intense concentration on the flute players face.
Ron
mikbee 8 3 8 Scotland
21 Aug 2012 4:56PM
Super tones on his ''necklace'' here Alan.
Excellent shot.
Mick.
gajewski Plus
11 10 9 United States
21 Aug 2012 6:36PM
This is a wonderful shot. I love the expression you caught on his face and your composition is perfect. I also like your black and white tonalities here.
Award worthy work.
-=\Walter
1881 3 India
21 Aug 2012 7:37PM
GOOD shot.


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Gerryrys 4 1 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2012 7:49PM
Nice strong image Alan. Grin

Gerry
moiral 5 12 Scotland
21 Aug 2012 8:38PM
Looks so lost in his music Alan. Moira
22 Aug 2012 10:15AM
Very well composed and well detailed too.
29 Aug 2012 10:14AM
Nice composition, suits B&W really well.

Mike
30 Aug 2012 10:28PM
Fantastic image..quite apt as I;ve just finished the biography : Black Elk Speaks..a must read should you have any interest in Native American culture.

Like the fact that you have converted this to mono.

GarethSmile
Tibetan 3 3 England
16 Sep 2012 12:46PM
Nice one he would be welcome to my street anytime a very nice portrait photo, like it regards Leon. I really must restring my necklace! lol.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
parob Plus
5 3 74 France
9 Oct 2012 1:55PM
I am in complete agreement with the previous comments. Why? Because the photographer has captured at once the intense concentration of the musician and the intense look of the background photo's subject. Decentering was a good idea because the eye first falls on the huge head (the composition being rather classical, it conveys another profound meaning regarding proverbial Indian culture), then it falls on the musician. Sharpened as it is, it becomes the main subject and links very nicely with the idea of the whole. I think shooting RAW brings out the excellence of a shot of this nature. At any rate, this pack a punch. Bravo.

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