Capture the subject at play Photo Essay


show more Capturing the subject at play provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Paul Taggart as part of the Shooting a Photo Essay: An Artist at Work show less
please wait ...

Capturing the subject at play

>> (SOUND) Come on, come on, come! There we go. Come on! Oh my God. (INAUDIBLE) >>The thobala games here at Art City happen every day at 4:00, and it might just be a game, but for these guys, they take it really, really seriously. Kevin gets really into it. There's lots of groaning and grunting and excitement about who's winning in the tournament.

And these games actually sort of go on, these tournaments for days. >> I don't think it's protecting anything. So it's coming the other way, put it up when you get there. >> It's really interesting. And they actually make, and carve, and smooth the stones themselves. And, but for me, and for the photo essay, it's almost just more of a distraction. What it was, was a great moment, and a great tool to get Kevin interacting with his friends and his buddies. (SOUND) You know, once you're in somebody's space, you gotta respect their schedule and their time, but at the same time we have a job to do, an...

Capturing the subject at play
Video duration: 1m 26s 1h 6m Intermediate

Viewers:

Capturing the subject at play provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Paul Taggart as part of the Shooting a Photo Essay: An Artist at Work

Subject:
Photography
Author:
please wait ...