Bucket of Corn

I came across this guy when I spotted another photographer trying to get a shot of him. I noticed the deep shadows just behind him and envisioned this shot before I took it. It took my like a half dozen attempts before I caught what I wanted. Of course I gave it a little love in post processing. This was taken in Little India last weekend during the festival. From this shot it’s hard to believe there was an entire carnival atmosphere with tents and kids and rides going on around me, eh? Not an easy sort of mood to capture in such a dynamic environment.

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4 Responses to Bucket of Corn

  1. the light in this shot is phenominal.

  2. This is a truly gorgeous catch.

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