kayodeadegbola

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Street Performer 1

Hi People. I hope you had a good day yesterday!

Today's post is of a street performer that got my attention while I was shooting (with my camera LoL) on Sunday in Covent Garden. Apparently he is quite popular on youtube, unfortunately I can't recall his name*. He is quite entertaining and travels worldwide, performing before street audiences. (*If someone finds him/his name please let me know!)

This shot is dedicated to all my friends and family who have shown support for my photography, my new SC buddies.. thank you! :), and to Suby, (great photographer whose tutorial on B&W conversions I have used in this shot). The tutorial can be found here I hope it is of good use to you too, + thanks Suby!

Street Performer 1

Hi People. I hope you had a good day yesterday!

Today's post is of a street performer that got my attention while I was shooting (with my camera LoL) on Sunday in Covent Garden. Apparently he is quite popular on youtube, unfortunately I can't recall his name*. He is quite entertaining and travels worldwide, performing before street audiences. (*If someone finds him/his name please let me know!)

This shot is dedicated to all my friends and family who have shown support for my photography, my new SC buddies.. thank you! :), and to Suby, (great photographer whose tutorial on B&W conversions I have used in this shot). The tutorial can be found here I hope it is of good use to you too, + thanks Suby!

comments (4)

Nice one Kayode, would have actually edited this shot without using the G blur tool, would be better. Oh another "secret" Most powerful tool in Photoshop or editing... RGB Curve. Start with a standard "S" curve...
'Kayode Adegbola: hmmm.. I see your point! I'll try that too..
the RGB curve.. never even tried it.. I need to take some lessons! *sobs* a little.
thank you for the advice tho smile
K
  • Uncle A
  • Nairobi (for now!)
  • 10 Sep 2008, 07:49
Kay, you got me emotional yesterday, so I'm returning today to leave a comment. I'm VERY proud of you. The quality's good, and it's good to note that you know why you took/like your shots. Keep it up! See you soon
'Kayode Adegbola: Thank you uncle..
Will send you an email today..
smile
K
  • bj
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 Sep 2008, 22:58
Kay,
I'm feeling your talent cuz. I'm also very proud!
'Kayode Adegbola: thanks bro..
I appreciate it.
drop by from time to time
smile
peace
The edit's perfect for this shot. Well done. smile
'Kayode Adegbola: thanks TP. I'm going to re-do it soon, we'll see what you think then. Xx

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