Light in Winter - Street Theatre Portrait #1 by Rhoufi
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On Saturday, 22 June, in Federation Square, Melbourne, the “Light in Winter” Festival featured several street performances. The individual events were badly publicized and still there seems to be no internet information about the writers and performers.
 
This is just one of the actors who brought a cold night on the stones to life. I wish I could give you the credits, but I can’t find anything about these wonderful performers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To reveal art and conceal the artist,
is art’s aim.

Oscar Wilde – “The Picture of Dorian Gray”

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  • Rhoufi
    Rhoufiover 1 year ago

    On Saturday, 22 June in Federation Square, Melbourne, the “Light in Winter” Festival featured several street performances. The individual events were badly publicized and still there seems to be no internet information about the writers and performers.
     
    This is just one of the actors who brought a cold night on the stones to life. I wish I could give you the credits, but I can’t find anything about these wonderful performers.


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    – Rhoufi

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    Rhoufiover 1 year ago

     

  • Jan Timmons
    Jan Timmonsover 1 year ago

    I think you’ve captured the forlorn, world-weary sadness inherent in her eyes with the beauty of light — I want to cry and yet exult in your ability to capture the human condition.

  • You have no idea what a charge your comment gives me. I get so few opportunities to get this close to people giving their all for their art – these glorious souls hurled themselves into their roles, and it sure shows on their faces. You could sit for hours in a studio trying to get the honesty of these expressions and never capture it. In the intensity of this play they gave so much to the camera. So much could have gone wrong with this difficult light; I had no time to see what I was getting – what a joy it was when I looked at the end. Thank you dear Jan, I so appreciate your wonderful comment.

    – Rhoufi

  • Joseph  Tillman
    Joseph Tillmanover 1 year ago

    Sensitive and powerful. A fav

  • Thank you so much Joe, this turned into a very special event for me.

    – Rhoufi

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartover 1 year ago

    I love the way her face is half in shadow, half in light. Powerful capture R.

  • Yes the light accentuates the power of her expression. She paused just long enough so I could get what light there was without blur.

    – Rhoufi

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