The rainy season is just over and Summer has come in Japan! Why Samba in Japan? I do not know, maybe there are some reasons and background. Anyway from Junly to september we have many Samba carnivals in Japan. Of course I will join as many as posible. This is from last Sunday, the scale is not so big but very freah as this is the first one. As you see, I take the special setting for a flash (late screen closing?, I do not know how can I say in English) to enhance the movement.
I will be out of Tokyo in 2 days for another festival shooting. I will be busy very much, as Summer fetivals will be a peak.
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annjackman (21903) 2012-07-18 1:35
The slow shutter speed has worked well giving so much vibrancy and movement to this dancing lady. Her face shows so much enjoyment. A very clever shot that has been expertly taken.
Kind Regards, Ann
danos (103216) 2012-07-18 1:36
nice the view of the Samba dancer in Japan with her smile to be so attractive and unique.
I like the light and the colour management of this beautiful image.
Nard (6972) 2012-07-18 2:06
Beautiful blured picture giving motion effect and dynamism to the composition. Why not samba in Japan? , music and danse are without boundary, like pictures. Nice shot
holmertz (59760) 2012-07-18 8:29
Fine colours and very well captured action with excellent sharpness in the right places.
SWEETFREEDOM (24621) 2012-07-18 11:31
i like this Samba picture. very nice subject. she really transmits me movement
mauro61 (52887) 2012-07-18 13:13
mi piace l'effetto dinamico creato dal tempo di esposizione.
Immagine ricca di allegria e di colore come sempre nel tuo genere,
lakshmip1949 (19081) 2012-07-18 13:51
Namaskar dear Takero,
I like the way how you have created the blurred motion and sharp focus. I like her beautiful smile The colors and light are well balanced. A nice note about the carnival.
Disabled_A (0) 2012-07-18 14:02
this is a very dynamic and expressive shot! the 1/8 shutter speed did a very good job in creating the effect :)
marabu61 (11331) 2012-07-18 15:26
Supberbly how you catches the movement of the dancers in this picture. It looks more Rio de Janeiro than Tokyo.
I think the technique you are referring to is called flash on the second shutter curtain in english, but I am not 100% sure either ( I am a german speaker)
Have a good time
John_F_Kennedy (43763) 2012-07-19 4:19
Good colours and the sense of moving gives dynamic to the photo.
luckys (124) 2012-07-19 22:09
Hello Takero.I like this shot. Yuo transferred dynamiks and dance vibration, this photo creates easy mood and good emotions.Thank yuo very match.And have a good Weekend. Ilmira from Russia.
abmdsudi (58302) 2012-07-20 9:19
Pak Takero YTH
Watashi wa me o bokasu made jūbun nagai jikan kono e o mite, anata wa sono riyū o shitte imasu. Futatabi anata wa surōshattā de anata no sukiru ga hyōji sa re ugoki o shimeshitaga, kanojo no mottomojūyōna ichibudearu koto ni chokumen shite iru dakede wa jūbun shāpu to kakki ni michite iru. Roshutsu wa utsukushī iro to dainamikkuna takusan no mondai wa arimasen. Yoku yatta, omedetō to arigatō
aliabazari (16304) 2012-07-20 20:03
- Copyright: Takero KAWABATA (bukitgolfb301) (45405)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-07-15
- Categories: Event
- Camera: Canon EOS5D MarkáV, Canon 28-70mm f:2.8 (L)
- Exposure: f/2.8, 1/8 seconds
- Details: (Fill) Flash: Yes
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2012-07-18 1:30