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Palestinian refugees camp – Downtown Amman – Jordan
Featured in Art of the Middle-East
smile, happy, kid, jordan, veil, humans, palestinian, amman, woman, baby
Bio of an artist is in his works, nothing else required…
You caught two lovely faces here Helene and a good interaction between them. I’d be using the shadow/highlight tool to get a bit more detail in the faces.
Thanks Peter, you’re right, this was just caught in the street without consideration for the sun position… Needs work !
– Hélène David-Cuny
Thank you Ctheworld !
Greetings Helene; It is wonderful how most time the camera brings smile to strangers faces, nicely captured!steve
Thank you Steve, actually I ended up spending two hours in the house of these lovely people (palestinian refugees), drinking tea, eating sweets, and talking about french and arab culture and the state of the world…,
Thanks a lot Steve !
You can’t control the sun and when an image presents itself Helene and you did really well here with no significantly blown highlights so it easy to work on. The alternative not to take the shot because the sun isn’t where you would like it doesn’t bear contemplation :-)
:-)) Thanks for your support Peter, very much appreciated ! Some of my best pictures are shots I first thought I would throw away…
Glad I’m not the only one who has had that experience :-))
Love the expressions, smiles and composition. A well capture portraits. Thanks for sharing with the Art of the Middle East group.
Thank you Eyal !
er… “Thank you Steve, actually I ended up spending two hours in the house of these lovely people (palestinian refugees), drinking tea, eating sweets, and talking about french and arab culture and the state of the world…,” and did you feet feel any hidden artifacts while you were so busy working at the day job? ;) Wonderful capture and love the brightness of his teeth in the shadow
Refering to my reply to your kind comment on this picture I have the honour to inform you that this very day was Eid, the end of ramadan, hence a holiday in any muslim country, and hence I was supposed not to work… for once ! ;-) Thanks for the appreciation !
wonderful lighting and amazing expression well done
Thanks a lot Behrooz !
Very nice lighting and focus. Beautiful photo.
Thank you Clizzio !