Thanks a lot. Well, the lens matters here, and that might have not been the perfect choice to use a fairly wide lens, as the perspective is strong, but on the other side, that allows me to be close to the people.
Merci, Pierre-Henri. Je n'y suis personnellement pas reste des heures, mais c'est vrai que s'y j'en avais le temps, je le ferai en vrai. Me mettre la avec un trépied, un remote control, et regarder les gens pour attirer leur attention. Ca rendrait surement l'image plus intéressante, car il y aurait plus d'interaction. La, j'ai la tête derrière l'appareil, donc ils ne me voient pas aussi bien, il n'y a pas de regards échangés.
How did you do this ????? There is one person in this photograph that apparently knows you; the person is showing you the universal hand signal for a prostate exam; see if you can find them. This is totally awesome! Excellent work my friend!
Thanks a lot, John! That was simple to do: just stiched a set of images all taken with the same exposure and same point of view (I could have used a tripod, but I didn't). I see a glance that is far from beeing nice, but I don't see that universal hand signal, you will have to share with me that moment of joy!
My first guess is that you photographed that person exactly where they were not supposed to be: MG: he caught me coming from seeing my mistress, or, MG: he caught me leaving work early heading to the bar, or, MG: he caught me leaving the scene of a murder. The lack of the universal hand gesture (implying to drop your pants I want to check your prostate) obviously means that this person doesn't think they are universally beautiful and therefore upset with you for photographing them without their sacred permission. <-- you'll need this after the above exam!
Thanks, Eric. I guess the implementation could be neater, breaking less the perspective - so using a longer lens - but then I would not be anymore among the people... It is something that I need to improve, we will see if I find what I am looking for.