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These workers were building a new hotel at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, and I could watch them from high up across the street . Most of the pictures were good, but when the top-hat stood up, this rhythm of the hats suddenly appeared.
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people, candid, workers, cape town, vawaterfront, vahardhats
Digital photography is doing for photography what the piano did for keyboard music. You can still play music composed for the harpsichord on the piano but not the other way around.
Wow!! It looks a bit like they are doing a wave! Or like they are impersonating a musical scale, blue hats being the one beat notes and yellow hats the half a beat notes! Awesome choreographically collaboration between the lads, and I like the post processing a lot.
Well seen and a truly nice catch!!
Thank you. I looked at leaving only the hats in colour but decided just to desaturate the background a bit.
Excellent capture!! wonderful perspective and great timing!!
Thanks, but do not forget the luck.
Desaturating the background created a fascinating depth, it is a wonderful image Faul.
Great grab Faul….ahhh the luck of it all!!!!!But that’s what good photography is all about… right time right place…Have a great Festive mate..Cheers Lee
Fantastic image! Very well done!
Yes, great rhythm/spacing/timing… excellent !!
…and luck. Thanks
Thank you so much for the feature. People at work is my favourite group. Really.
This is such a terrific capture and so clear and sharp. You are most welcome for the feature :-)
Such great composition and coloring! It was nice of these construction workers to wear that coordinating gear. :D
Thanks you very much. Well, when I saw them all I had to do was find a good vantage point, watch them and… click. The colour and composition was up to Lady Luck.
Great shot and love the colours!