Faceless In the Crowd
Today’s challenge is “a Face in the Crowd” although I decided to rename it “Faceless in the Crowd” as the challenge is about showing people in crowds whereas their faces aren’t visible. I went back to my files and found plenty of these. Like the one above showing the parade for Bastille day. I managed to shoot those characters at an angle so that none of them is recognisable. Let alone the other characters in the background. For this picture, I had to stay on one foot on a wall, nearly breaking my neck, so that my camera would be able to shoot over the heads of the onlookers lining the road.
Another technical trick: shooting against the sun on a hellishly hot mid-Summer day.The crowd on the esplanade of in the “Invalides” on Bastille day last year.
The gateway at Guedelon, a ‘new medieval castle’ being built by History enthusiasts in Burgundy.The crowd at a night festival at Aubert (in the Ariège, that’s for Margaret), in the historical Marble quarry discovered by the Romans.The Ariège again in Saint Lizier with people having drinks outside.Saint Tropez on the Riviera, last November with this family coming out of the Castle.
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Thanks Yann. Funnily enough, I almost used a similar shot myself. But mine was taken in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, which isn’t quite the same….
Well, it rains almost as much in Newcastle as it does in the Ariège.
You can even check this for yourself online
It actually rains more in the Pyrenees.
So after all, it’s not that different when it comes to rain (there are other factors I agree).
btw do you have a link?
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