The blur in the dafli, because of the fast movement of the dafli as compared to the shutter speed, helps in creating movement and adds to the dynamism of the image. The plain blue wall creates a visual contrast and helps separate the subject from the ground. The eye goes first to the first element i.e. the dafli player because of the relative size of the human figure and closeness of the subject from the viewer, adding to its visual weightage in the composition. The second element, i.e. the musicians, divided by the first element, is helping divide the frame, creating two points of interest and thereby creating the Dynamic Tension that keeps the viewer drawn into the image.
| Nikon D800e | f5.6 |1/60 |100 | -1/3EV |24mm |IPX SN16 04023
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