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Edinburgh Festival Fringe IV. A coloured perfomance

Edinburgh Festival Fringe IV. A coloured perfomance

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe IV. A coloured perfomance

10 d'agost de 2011
Canon EOS 40D, objectiu EFS 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest arts festival in the world and takes place every August for three weeks in Scotland’s capital city.

Every year thousands of performers take to a multitude of stages all over Edinburgh to present shows for every taste. From big names in the world of entertainment to unknown artists looking to build their careers, the festival caters for everyone and includes theatre, comedy, dance, physical theatre, musicals, operas, music, exhibitions and events.

Our story dates back to 1947, when eight theatre groups turned up uninvited to perform at the (then newly formed) Edinburgh International Festival, an initiative created to celebrate and enrich European cultural life in the wake of the Second World War. Not being part of the official programme of the International festival didn’t stop these performers – they just went ahead and staged their shows anyway. Year on year more and more performers followed their example and in 1959 the Festival Fringe Society was created in response to the success of this growing trend.

The Society formalised the existence of this collective of performances, provided information to artists, published the Fringe programme and created a central box office. Its constitution was written in line with the ethos that brought these theatre companies to Edinburgh back in 1947: that the Society was to take no part in vetting the festival’s programme. To this day that policy remains at the core of our festival and we’re proud to include in our programme anyone with a story to tell and a venue willing to host them.

Comentarios 8

  • manuel daniel rivera 24/08/2011 9:55

    El color de la alegría, muy buena idea. Me gusta
  • Ana Iglesias 21/08/2011 12:26

    Muy buena. La idea de editarla asi,es perfecta+
    Bicos
  • b. monica 21/08/2011 12:18

    linda y con alegria y color y hermosura!
    hasta liego joan, tu peonza
  • isabel jara 21/08/2011 7:24

    Que bonita y que bonita!!!!, gracias Groc por aportar esta imágen a mi proyecto tan tierna, divertida y original, la imagen es estupenda y el tratamiento perfecto. UNA DELICIA DE IMAGEN!!!!******************
  • Brilu 21/08/2011 6:52

    Super Bildinhalt und sehr schöne wirkungsvolle Bearbeitung! LG Brigitte
  • Gaby Larrañaga 21/08/2011 2:29

    Qué buena foto! Tanto como encuadre, nitidez y la escena maravillosa. Te felicito!!!
  • Juan Villalobos Cabrera 21/08/2011 2:20

    Una imagen deliciosa. La edición muy conseguida reflejando el mérito que tienen los payasos, uno en el suelo encharcado y la otra pasando un frio en condiciones.
  • Adele Oliver 21/08/2011 0:42

    A great shot - and so much to see and imagine. Your colour key editing is very effective and an excellent contribution to the project.
    hugs, Adele

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Cámara Canon EOS 40D
Objetivo ---
Diafragma 6.3
Tiempo de exposición 1/60
Distancia focal 28.0 mm
ISO 100