Auf dem Markt in einem Stadtteil von Antalya (Konuksever), der junge Mann verkauft Sesamkringel, "Simit", ein in der Türkei sehr beliebtes GEbäck
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carlo62 (23828) 2012-05-01 1:56
oggi qui è la festa dei lavoratori, questa foto ne ritrae uno che è contento, probabilmente ha ragione, visto che stà diventando sempre più difficile mantenere il proprio.
CLODO (27708) 2012-05-01 1:59
A specific way to carry cakes in Turkey. You noticed this young man, but he noticed you too by making the V sign with one of his hands.
Porteplume (3393) 2012-05-01 2:04
This is one great, wonderful photo!
That you could freeze that moment so perfectly framed, sharp and smooth together! The happy smile of that young man, his eyes giving you a warm greeting...
This is one of thousands, really! :o)
Amicalement - Viviane
ahmet54 (2997) 2012-05-01 4:26
ich finde es eine gute Idee den jungen Simitci in schwarz-weiß zu präsentieren.
Gruß nach Osnabrück,
ourania (22868) 2012-05-01 9:56
a wonderful spontaneous portrait, very expressive and effective as the young man participates actively in its creation and has fun doing so. I like the way he stands out in the blurry background and the way he has framed his own portrait with his tray and arms. The three-quarter posture and his amused and friendly smile look lovely in this frame. Sharpness, lighting and contrast are superb. Well done and thank you!
All the best, have a good month,
willperrett (5174) 2012-05-02 2:07
I am drawn to the B/W treatment you've chosen. I reckon B/W is still a really appropriate format for documentary work, as it removes the "tourist-brochure" look that's all too common with colour images. And this is an authentic street documentary image. I love the pose and the expression you've caught: Cartier-Bresson would admire this decisive moment, I'm sure!
P.S. you may not have seen it, but I replied to your kind critique of my cyanotype image, with information about how you might try to emulate the technique digitally.