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A Fanfare For The Working Man...

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Possibly… There is no easier task to obtain a live, talking faces than photographing people at work…
Any work…
As long as that work keeps them involved…

Working human being is a quite distinctive specimen
from non-working human being.

You guys, grab that camera when you see the people working…
The chances of getting good, vibrant shot, the shot that talks, the shot that breaths excitement, exhaustion, enthusiasm - are much, much greater than if shooting people in the state of 'idling'…
People - when they merely walk down the streets, sitting motionlessly, gazing absentminded, passing by - are most of the time completely useless for a photography…
In other words: People practicing the most charming art of doing nothn' are good for nothn' (:-)))
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Here… Three faces and all three of them 'being busy' with (seemingly) almost nothn'.
Starring with clear intensity at the monitor, covered with sheet of paper against glaring sunrays…
BUT ... They are at work!!! This is their work…!
Out there, on the road - there are a few hundred guys on their bicycles fighting each other like mad dogs and right here, in the trailer - these guys are making sure that we will hear all about it.
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Front face: Krzysztof Wyrzykowski, - sport correspondent par excellence…
Nowadays, he is among the best, working for the biggest sport daily newspaper in the world, French 'L'Équipe "…

Twenty three years apart…
God have mercy on us
(:-)))


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A Fanfare For The Working Man...

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