When walking through the Medina in Marrakesh in the morning, I ended up in the part with several workshops where all kind of things was manufactured by hand. One of the workshops, the man on the photo was hand carving wall tiles for decoration. There was indirect light that was bouncing from the opposite wall slightly off-white, creating a soft brown color tone. The photo was taken using a wide angle lens.
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | May 12
Award Score: 64 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 16.5, Style 12, Skill 11.5)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Street Photography
Photograph Location: Medina, Marrakesh | Morocco
Photographer: Ola Cedell (Malmo, Sweden) Registered
Born in southern Sweden in 1969, Ola Cedell moved to Melbourne Australia in 1996, then to Aachen Germany in 2001, and returned back to southern Sweden in 2003. Food has been a big part of Cedell’s life, as he always enjoys tasting and trying new things. Besides his engineering career, he has been enjoying amateur photography since 1996. Nowadays, Landscape and food photography are his main categories, i.e. for the catering company Gazpacho. His inspiration comes form all around the world, but mainly in southern Sweden as well as France Alpes/Provence.