On the bank of the Buriganga the business of handling freight continues using human power. No cranes or containers here.
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Luko (14000) 2003-05-05 18:05
Good documentary shot, never been there but would love to already. Just gimme boats, docks, anything that goes into the sea plus people and i would shoot daaays long.
The haze goes nicely along but you should increase the contrast a bit, I think.
The problem here is not to cut through people, i'm bothered with how the bottom of the picture ends, you should have walked down the...pier (?).
GunDawg (6) 2003-05-06 0:53
Awesome sight ... I can almost smell it
sita4ram (814) 2003-05-06 8:01
I agree about the contrast, but still like it even as is... it brings back memories from places I dont even remember (oh, and parts of kashmir). the street at the top right corner feels like Ive been there.
a great atmospheric shot. I dont mind the people so much. they are kind of 'background information' for me.
amadej (1285) 2003-05-06 16:40
Nice misty atmosphere and great documentary value. Like the comment: I can almost smell it! Regarding increased contrast I would add it just a bit in the foreground only (Paint on mask, Graduate linear fill, Curves).
touristdidi (8583) 2003-10-17 9:27
Always interesting how people think these countries must have the same things we do in western world, including chioces of where to stand..... This is an excellent picture.
- Copyright: Bob Wallace (BobTrips) (1857)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2003-01-14
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Olympus C-2100UZ, 7-70 mm IS, ISO 100, 2 meg Digi, UV
- Exposure: f/2.8, 1/500 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Theme(s): Working - Views of the Traditional Life [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2003-05-05 15:49
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