Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/160, F6.3, ISO400, 10mm)
The natural light really lifts this image.
Thanks, Cardinal, the weird spotlights caught my eye (and later camera)…
Thanks very much, Inna! Very much appreciated!
I love the sun beams too.
Thanks, Gav, those caught my eye first, then the reflections in the window and last but certainly not least the coincidence of human interference!
If this is only your second attempt at street photography then well done!, this image is very nice, well constructed and the lighting works perfectly, well done 🙂
Thanks very much, Mark, from the 300+ photos on my blog I must admit I forgot about my Eyes of Semana Santa-series, which could be seen as street photography as well?
But this is the second attempt in the sense that I went out into the city looking for interesting street shots after seeing an exhibition (see my ‘M’ photo from a couple of days back!) and all the great street photos on the wordpress-community, including yours!
Fantastic shot… love it 🙂
Thanks very much, Bashar!
Great composition and fantastic scene!!! I like very much the use of tones and the reflections in the windows. The contrast between the man and the building is fantastic!!!
Thanks a lot, Santi! Those tones, reflections and light caught my eye and then by coincidence I was with a person walking into my scene and so I decided to wait for the right person to catch a bit of that light!
Good composition. Nice use of the limited light – I like the touch of light on the head against the darker background while the dark figure is caught (almost) in a pool of light.
Thank you, Louis, the light on him was exactly what I was waiting for; first I framed the shot without a human, but then somebody walked into it and I thought it would make it more interesting, so then I waited for the right moment!
Amazing & fascinating. An image with not much clutter yet many things to discover. A successful attempt to capture the moment of light.
Thanks, my interest at first went out to the reflections in the windows of the opposite building and the scattered light on the street, but I still missed an element 🙂
Wonderful, that worked out really well. I find it amazing how adding people to a photo makes you fantasise more.
Where is he going, what is he thinking, does he really want to go that way? Does he have a secret lover on the side? IS HE HAPPY???
Anyway, enough from me I guess. Talk to you later hombre.
Gracias, amigo, I have lots of fantastic answers to your questions, but I suppose it’s better to not ruin other people’s ideas 🙂
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