I want to go to India anxiously but no time to do so.
So I have to compromise to go to Indian event in Japan.
I took her for the West Indian dance festival. Can you find which is she a Japanese or an Indian? She is a pure Japanese but alerady study Indian dances for 20 years. But I want to see original dance by an Indian in India. I do not know when I can do---.
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Kamilutka (3207) 2013-01-17 1:50
the colors of the outfit are greatly highlighted by the black background. Nice contrast and well captured still pose - she looks like a statue. An interesting mix of cultures by the way :-)
All the best
yquem46 (32263) 2013-01-17 1:59
As a matter of fact the japanese look dancing the bharatanatyam
I had the privilege to attend a lesson of this classical dance by an old lady very famous teaching to young woman, who had already learnt this art for almost 10 years
I can tell you that this was a very tough and physical exercise and after some time they started to give up, one after the other, totally exhausted
This was a splendid hour for me
Go to Chennai and try to see an exhibition there
raszid62 (18200) 2013-01-17 2:13
Beautiful Indian dancer. Indian dance is really magic and music as well. Was this girl is actually from Japan? And it looks like it was from India.
Great portrait of a great quality and color.
cornejo (18054) 2013-01-17 4:55
Takero Hello, very nice picture of this beautiful dancer, I like the pov chosen to capture the expressiveness of the face and arms. It is a nice and interesting picture with good sharpness, good light and color. Very well captured with great quality. Very good and nice job perfectly done, congratulations my friend. Thanks for sharing this beautiful work.
Good night and happy rest of week.
Greetings from southern Spain.
rmajum (1077) 2013-01-17 8:54
This is a very nice picture of a particular Indian dancing style expressed by the danseuse. The best part is the facial expression that you captured so well. There are many Japanese students in Shantiniketan in West Bengal, in the university set up by the great poet and nobel laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore.
Gigidusud (8054) 2013-01-17 9:58
Hello here and there, we are so busy!
Splendid portrait of this beautiful dancer with nice colors.Well done!
You want to go to India, but primarily in France you have told me, in which region?:)
Ghislaine from Marseille.
marabu61 (3914) 2013-01-17 12:03
Konichiwa Takero san
I would say she is a japanese indian.
She really looks more indian than japanese to me.
Beautiful colors and charming portrait.
have a good evening
carlo62 (12582) 2013-01-17 15:07
non ha nessuna importanza se è Giapponese o Indiana, l'importante è la bellezza, quella dello sguardo e del movimento.
Uno dei tuoi splendidi ritratti in costume, dalle luci e dai colori dolci.
ACL1978 (5775) 2013-01-17 17:13
Hello, Takero! What a bright artistic shot - she appears incredibly vibrant, and despite the glaring light there's no overexposure here. Just a perfect sense of stage lighting with a great dark background, blurred to perfection. Great color and as usual an outstanding expression captured. Beautifully done.
jhm (122444) 2013-01-18 2:40
My wife and I are also dancers, but not this type, alone Latin an Balroom dances, but we become a little bit old!
It's lovely portrait a little overexposure on the face, but not immediate disturbing.
Sharpness and clarity are very nice.
Your composition and colors make these picture very attractive.
Great presentation, TFS.
Have a nice weekend,
saxo042 (31800) 2013-01-18 2:54
The black backdrop enhances the strong colours and the elegant movements of this attractive lady. A beautifully composed portrait!
elenimavrandoni (5789) 2013-01-18 11:31
Hello Takero, both countries, India and Japan have similar culture and this portrait shows all the elegance and grace of this dancer.
A beautiful picture with great colors, great details and expression capture!
I hope that your PC is fixed!
Have a great weekend,warm regards
Noel_Byrne (7352) 2013-01-18 12:36
Wherever she is from, she Is stunningly beautiful, and your capture makes for a really fantastic portrait. The costumes colours are wonderful, particularly with the black background that brings them out so well. You really do have a wealth of fantastic events in Japan Takero, and I love tht you share them with us here.
All the best from Ireland. It's snowing, I might get to make a snowman tomorrow :)
SWEETFREEDOM (18415) 2013-01-18 23:47
beautiful half body portrait, good light management and colors as usual.
ourania (12367) 2013-01-19 6:41
Hello dear Takero,
a most effective angle of capture and a framing superbly adjusted to the elegant movement of the dancer. Sharpness and lighting are marvellous and the black backdrop sets off the attractive lady, her intriguing expression and her lovely costume and jewellery in the best of ways. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a lovely weekend,
abmdsudi (26233) 2013-01-19 18:23
Pak Takero YTH
Gorgeous looking Japondian!
Shiawasena kibun ni atta utsukushī dansā no tsuyoi shōzō-ga. Watashi wa tokuni me ya mottomojūyōna yōsodearu kanojo no surudoi hyōjō no hyōgen ga daisukidesu. Kore wa sugoidesu ne, hijō ni yoku ichi shi, hitokiwa kesshutsu shita kurai haikei ni. Raburī zentai no fun'iki to kanojo no kao no ue ni omoiyari no aru hyōjō. Subarashī shotto, omedetōgozaimasu. Arigatō
jlbrthnn (79773) 2013-01-20 4:23
After seeing the snow monkey, I had a preference for this compelling and beautiful dancer, Japanese;) The picture is remarkable. Excellent exposure of the photo. Bravo.
Have a nice day
npecanhuk (53901) 2013-01-20 5:59
Special regards to the management of (difficult) light, colors and composition!
TFS - congrats,
TRB (12317) 2013-01-25 14:06
Sharpness, colors, light and details are excellent.
aesthetic movements and perfect portrait work.
a good weekend
- Copyright: Takero KAWABATA (bukitgolfb301) (30065)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-01-02
- Categories: Event
- Camera: Canon 1D MKIII, Canon 28-70mm f:2.8 (L)
- Exposure: f/2.8, 1/1000 seconds
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- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-01-16 21:32