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The Clash

Discussion in 'Black and White' started by Dayo, Dec 26, 2018.

  1. Preparing for a street jam session.
    Manama, Bahrain

    Olympus E-M5 @ ISO 3,200
    Olympus M.Zuiko 12mm f/2
    1/60 @ f/2

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  2. I like the scene but don't understand why you call it "clash." Perhaps because the woman on the left is about to walk into the area occupied by the musicians and their equipment?
  3. It's the name of the band
  4. I like the image Dayo. But my eyes go to the top left corner rather than the band as the wall there is very bright. If you can reduce the highlights there a bit selectively , IMO the image might improve.
  5. Great "street" image, Dayo!
    Like the b&w treatment as well.
  6. I like the idea of what goes on right before they come together in "harmony!"
  7. Thanks Binnur,

    It is bright in that part indeed. I generally tend not to crop anything when I post here but would most likely crop that bit out in the final rendition.
  8. Thanks Bart,

    When I saw that the Authority for Culture and Antiquities, as part of several events organised around Manama being the capital of Arab Culture for a year, was putting on a small concept at the entrance to the Old Souk, I immediately saw an opening for some interesting shots. So I got there early and positioned myself to wait for some interesting passers by.

    I do particularly enjoy "street" shots where I have pre-visualised something and then waiting for it to fall in place ... with no guaranty of course that what I anticipated would actually happen.

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    Often not the greatest technically, but I enjoy them.
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  9. Excellent work, Dayo!
    Showing patience can really work out.
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