This image was taken backstage 10 minutes before the show started. The assistant make up artist was touching up his make up while this photo was taken. Hence the composition.
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chaity (1539) 2005-06-22 1:57
Hai Ezrena, welcome to TE. The photo you posted is a bit small. You can resize to max 800 pixel on one side. Write some notes if possible for the photo. BTW, your photo is slightly blur and I assume you didn't use flash ?
MiKa2000 (2432) 2005-06-22 3:57
J aime ce genre de cadrage. Ca change et c est efficace !
Albrecht (11281) 2005-06-22 7:20
An interesting picture with wonderful colours and the partly seen face makes it interesting. perhaps you can put the picture bigger on TE. That would give a much better view.Have fun on TE!!
Porteplume (3440) 2005-06-22 14:10
Just like Mikael, I'm really delighted by the aestethic effect you got with such a unusual framing. Very attractive indeed.
I just wish you got a liiiiiitle bit more sharpness on his face and that you had sent a bigger version of the picture. But anyway, I like it...
tdanny (663) 2005-07-01 23:03
I've always been fascinated by the chinese opera esp the local scene.
It's something different but doubt the framing (or cropping).
letuananh (2543) 2005-08-10 10:51
Good portrait. I very like chinese opera a lot.
Thank for sharing.
- Copyright: Muka Ketupat (ezrena) (64)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2005-06-21
- Categories: Event
- Camera: Canon 300d (Rebel)
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Chinese opera, Chinese Opera | A dying art? [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2005-06-22 1:41