Weekly Photo Challenge: A Face In The Crowd

By: sonofabeach96

Feb 24 2018

Category: Uncategorized

15 Comments

Aperture:f/2.4
Focal Length:4.28mm
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Camera:iPhone 4S

This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post is for the topic:

A FACE IN THE CROWD

 

Here’s what the host has to say about it:

Create an image that represents being “a face in the crowd.” Explore silhouettes, shadows, orientation, and other ways to mask your subject. As you hide the defining characteristics of your model, notice which traits continue to stand out. Without facial expression, can you tell how someone is feeling? Without color, does your impression of that person change? If portraits aren’t your thing, get even more creative with your use of shadows, reflections, animals, and patterns to represent a sense of anonymity.

 

Here’s my take on it:

 

My songs of the day are:

“Face The Face” by Pete Townshend

“Eyes Without A Face” by Billy Idol

“Get the Funk out Ma Face” by The Brothers Johnson

“I’ve Just Seen A Face” by The Beatles

“Baby Face” by The Kinks

“Saving My Face” by KT Tunstall

“Show Your Face” by Plain White T’s

“My Brave Face” by Elvis Costello

15 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: A Face In The Crowd”

  1. That shot with the face in the building … very Surreal! This is a really interesting prompt. 🤨😃

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  2. I like them all, the one reminds me of where’s waldo😂

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  3. I enjoyed looking at these … a great theme
    The where’s Waldo was my favorite!

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  4. I like that Billy Idol song. (Showing my age…) Little known fact… I’ve seen him twice in concert…

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