Great challenge!! Not an easy one. Representing community is not a casual task. I’ll try with two shots.
The first one is from “the miracle cave”. A Small cave in the country side of a less developed state from Brasil. People believe miracles happen inside it so there are thousands of believers that travels many days to get there. They hang pictures and objects on it’s walls from relatives or friends with some kind of sickness or trouble.It’s an amazing and disturbing view. It has to do with a community faith and way of live.
The second is an area in Berlin on the canals where people go to drink and meet. It’s an amazing and unusual place for the summer with many bars by the water one next to the other. People gather and have fun in a very cool way.
I live in a really urban scene. My city (São Paulo) has 22 million people and growing and i live in the central area of the city. I love to walk around sometimes at night photographing what i see. It’s something amazing to do. The only negative side of it is that it can be really dangerous…
Well… I felt kinda funny about this one when i saw the photo in dailypost. I believe that one or two or three or more subjects becomes always one composition. One. I don’t know about two separate subjects in the same frame. When you frame right they become one shot. That’s it. Do you guys also feel that way? I mean? can there be successful framing if there’s two contexts happening??? I don’t mean that’s what the post says but that’s what i felt about the shot they used. I’ll then post some shots with two subjects but in the same context… Let’s see if that works fine on the challenge… That really a challenge!!! lol