After "Lost in music" and "Don’t forget the drummer", another of my ongoing photographic projects goes online and this time with a twist. "(Un)known faces" features more or less known musical artists performing live, but with their faces more or less hidden.
Funny thing is that even without his/her face shown, viewer can sometimes distinguish the person in the photograph, because of his/her stage outfit, hairstyle, tattoo(s) or just a pose typical for that artist, where some of them are known worldwide and others "just" on a local base.
Merriam-Webster dictionary defines fan as "an enthusiastic devotee (as of a sport or a performing art) usually as a spectator". Music fans are known for their irrational devotion to their favourite artists most easily seen when they travel many, many hundreds of kilometres to see them perform live. I know that, because I’m one of them.
Latest in the series of my ongoing photography projects to be published online is also the first one that is not strictly music related, although most of the images were taken during the music performances, but musicians are not the main subjects here. After "Lost in Music", "Don’t forget the drummer" and "(Un)known faces", my latest project titled "Focused on LCD screen" focuses (no pun intended!) on the fact that we all are documenting everything around us at almost every time. Me included!
After last years 2nd place in "Advertising : Music NON-PRO" category for my "Lost in music" at the annual International Photography Awards awards, this year the judges decided to award my latest published project "(Un)known faces" 1st place in the same category!
Just published another photographic project of mine, called "Don’t forget the drummer". Subtitled "A thing for drummers", this new project features photographs of guys and girls who are most often neglected when photographing the live performances.
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