One of the dancers at the Pow Wow I attended last weekend.
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bakes888 (18499) 2008-08-28 23:30
Hi Karen. Excellent photo. Good colour and sharpness. Well composed with the second dancer behind to balance the shot and add depth. Nice work and thanks for sharing.
Have a good weekend, Paul.
holmertz (31380) 2008-08-29 2:31
Amazing dresses, even if I guess this has become a kind of touristic event. I like your composition and the as always very good colours and sharpness.
snunney (72796) 2008-08-29 2:51
A fine composition with interesting juxtaposition between the two dancers. Good management of depth of field lifts the dancers from the crowd and adds depth. Very good colours.
Greg1949 (9011) 2008-08-29 5:25
Nice one, this is exactly what I was talking about with depth of field control, the bg is soft because the f-stop is small and this accentuates the dancer, well done.
cfreire (11739) 2008-08-29 6:28
Wonderful shot with brilliant colors and contrasts. The blurred background became excellent. Beautiful portrait. Best Regards, Consuelo
AROBN54 (11469) 2008-08-29 6:40
Wow, Karen! Nice shot!!!
wonderful color and detail. You kept it nice and sharp and the color is beautifully clear. Excellent DOF to isolate the front dancer and she is in a great spot in your composition. Outstanding job!! Many thanks and hope all is well,
Fis2 (77066) 2008-08-29 11:25
Good reportorial photo. I like the colors and sharpness.
Nice work and thanks for sharing.
Have a nice weekend
bracasha75 (24481) 2008-08-29 13:14
Impresive shot of this young Indian lady in traditional clouse
Excellent and realy great prersent
gneufeld (15870) 2008-08-29 13:41
I like the square format here and the colors and clarity especially on the nearest dancer is impressive. Well done -looks like it was a fun time. TFS. Gerald
Graal (92190) 2008-08-29 23:35
good reportage and portrait, unusual costume, beautiful colours. Fine caught moment during the dance. I like it.
hay_kes (30424) 2008-08-30 0:17
What a stunning composition.Great colours, light and sharpness.TFS.
mikolaj_kawa (0) 2008-08-30 1:08
Hello Karen! Amazing women. Amazing scene. Wonderful dance. Beautiful colors. Good capture. Well done!
testmaniac (13508) 2008-08-30 2:19
Hi Karen, nice photo and very interesting scene! Nice colors!
ls7902 (7312) 2008-08-30 6:06
Interesting costumes. The eagle features are much bigger & longer than I had imagined. My Blackfeet Indian friend from Montana gave me a hat and a blessed bald eagle feature which is tied with a leather holder with a loop. I was told that only native Americans were allowed to possess one. Yes, I still have the felt hat & the feather. Have a nice weekend. Best Regards. Latiff.
ifanik (21673) 2008-08-30 6:37
Very beautiful capture my friend
siolaw (37642) 2008-08-31 23:39
I just saw you psted thes superb pictures of that Pow Wow! Very colorful clothes and excellent two tier compo with the PERFECT (I mean it!) depth of field.
axiotea (21647) 2008-09-03 10:03
I've just looked at your 'Pow Wow' series which is very interesting! Here, I like the positioning of the two women, their beautiful costumes and your framing!
nithin1 (242) 2008-09-07 10:01
Another wondeful capture here! Love the dof setting! Great colors and sharpness too.
I think it may have been still better if we could get her eyes to face the camera because that will capture her true expression.
Flavia (10352) 2008-09-10 8:17
Lovelly one. You managed to capture an intense moment of the dance, the dancer face is so expressive and her costume so beautiful. The POV is perfect to get the second dancer, which creates a very interesting composition, as if the second is a mirror of the first dancer. Goood job with the vigneting in PP to shallow the background, it worked very well to isolat the mais subjects.
- Copyright: Karen Arnold (dareco) (17134)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-08-24
- Categories: Ceremony
- Exposure: f/4.5, 1/400 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Pow wow [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2008-08-28 23:00