cambodia 2 of 4: traditional (non-environmental) portraits
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When we think of Cambodia, our thoughts naturally turn to Angkor Wat. But its people are incredibly photogenic. From monks, to adorable children, to adults working in their day-to-day lives, it's hard to find a person that is not worthy of a photograph. So, show us these images. Last week was 'environmental portraits--so, this week are traditional portraits. Typically, this means a much closer crop in on the subject. The subject may be looking into the camera. The lighting should add to the image, rather than detract from it. Entrants are required to (1) vote for each other entry, (2) read the comments (if any) below this challenge, in case I or other entrants post with Rules questions or clarifications, and (3) follow each of the challenge rules. **UPDATE** FOR THIS CHALLENGE, YOU **MUST** VOTE ON OR BEFORE TUESDAY. (IE, YOU HAVE ONLY 6 DAYS TO VOTE, INSTEAD OF 7 DAYS!!!!).
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Thursday, 7th March, 2013 (GMT)
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This young boy was standing by the statue of Brahma in the late afternoon. His mother was praying and he was watching. The late afternoon sun filtered in through the doorway. An irresistible combination of events. Nn PP - taken toy camera mode as I was trying out my then new toy.
|Submitted:||Sunday, 17th March, 2013 01:26 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Thursday, 11th November, 2010|
|Focal length:||162 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/250 sec|
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