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"Clean India Campaign"

By perceptive_imagination      
i took this shot while these Indian working women were on duty... they are sweepers who keeps clean our city...who works at midnight...

i got this shot when i was coming back to home from one function at around 12.30 am.....The Source Of Light Is Head Lights Of Vehicles...

Tags: Photo journalism General Transport Landscape and travel Portraits and people Flash and lighting Humour and fun Sports and action

Voters: PranavMishra, mrswoolybill, bluesandtwos and 8 more


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PranavMishra 9 52 18 India
14 May 2015 4:41AM
the same image as uploaded in critique gallery a few days ago..
as said, this is very fantastic, which covers your theme fantastically..
you must be very satisfied with the result..
mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.0k 2465 United Kingdom
14 May 2015 7:16AM
I loved it in the CG, still love it. So much weariness, but there is also grace, dignity. These are real people, real lives, beautifully and respectfully conveyed. Plus superb use of light, and that ultimately is what it's all about.
Glad you removed the odd lights top right, that simplifies the frame very effectively.
Moira
Pollyjc Junior Member 7 5 England
14 May 2015 12:39PM
I love this! A very moving image, telling quite a remarkable story!SmileSmileSmile

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nonur 13 18 13 Turkey
14 May 2015 5:50PM
I like it a lot!
Thank You So much people...plzzz can anybody help me to sell my photographs... as i need to upgrade my equipments, i need money... and right now i am having only canon 600D basic Kit... which does not work each and everywhere... :-(
mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.0k 2465 United Kingdom
15 May 2015 1:14PM
I can't really assist with that question, a) because I have always avoided mixing photography and business, and b) because you are the other side of the world! I would say that I see two very different uses for your work, as news documentary and as classy prints for elegant walls. I wonder if you have access to any small business start-up advice schemes?
In Britain there can be potential problems in making money out of images of members of the public, the situation may be different for you.
Meanwhile remember the old advice - when it comes to sophisticated equipment, it's the four inches behind the view-finder that matters...
Moira

Quote:I can't really assist with that question, a) because I have always avoided mixing photography and business, and b) because you are the other side of the world! I would say that I see two very different uses for your work, as news documentary and as classy prints for elegant walls. I wonder if you have access to any small business start-up advice schemes?
In Britain there can be potential problems in making money out of images of members of the public, the situation may be different for you.
Meanwhile remember the old advice - when it comes to sophisticated equipment, it's the four inches behind the view-finder that matters...
Moira



of course...Thats why i am still happy with what i have , but when it comes to low light photography...m facing problems... but though m trying my best to get best perfect shots...

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