South American Street Performer
a panpipe player from south America plays with a young child in in the audience. He took in the child by his fantastic, open and active gesture. The scene played in the old town of Quebec, Canada.
The picture was taken from 5m distance to avoid destoying the scene and to avoid disturbing the non-verbal communication between the artist and the child. Later on the artist played on his panpipes and he made a lot of rhythim with rattles attached to the legs of his fancy dress. He made a great show and about 50 people were watching at him. Well done!
light: naturaltechnique: free hand
processing: cut out
camera: Konica Minolta Dynax 5D
lens: AF-DT 18-70
focal length: 70mm
shutter speed: 1/320sec