Have a sip of Harlem, and her Musicians Against Malaria!! (amateur photography by Chichi)


Close up of STEREOBORO Musicians Against Malaria

MUSICIANS AGAINST MALARIA

This week artistically defines my team’s campaign against the outbreak of malaria in Pakistan. We have decided to use music as a force to raise money, create awareness and eventually combat the outbreak of malaria in Pakistan,which came as a result of the flood. My constant reiteration of this statistic is probably becoming unbecoming; 2 million people are expected to be infected in the next four months.

Creating a solid, effective and original campaign to alleviate the suffering of others is not an easy task, hence the constant name change and ameliorations in our strategy.

Beneath are photographs of outstanding upcoming bands, musicians and one of the surroundings (Harlem) that inspire musical creativity.

ENJOY THE PHOTOGRAPHS, TECHNIQUES AND THE SOUL OF THE MUSICIAN WITH A CAUSE- fighting Malaria in Pakistan.

Music has always inspired revolution, and change. Musicians can therefore bring to light the plight of our brothers, sisters and children trying to survive the flood in Pakistan. HARLEM INSPIRES CREATIVITY, FROM THE INNER MUSICAL HAVEN OF THE SHRINE, TO THE ARTS AND CRAFTS OF THE STREETS AND THE HOME OF RISING MUSICAL ARTISTS – THE APOLLO. What better place to find music with soul behind it, or a unifying ground for those with heart and a soft spot for humanity, than in Harlem.  That was not a question!!

The Apollo: The Vertical orientation of this photograph creates a pull of gravity that aggrandizes the significance of the APOLLO

The Long Shot and Tilted Horizontal nature of this image gives it a sense of continuity and an artsy feeling. From the pictures to the Infrastructure and people in the streets!

This heavily tilted horizon of the apollo is presented in natural light and gives the theatre an unbalanced, yet edgy and close feel to it.

DOUBLE CLICK ON THE THUMBNAIL IMAGES OF HARLEM FOR A CLEARER VIEW!


Musicians: Mikel Banks & Micah Gaugh Technique: Close up

Technique: Tilted Horizon

Jazz Musician: Micah Gaugh Technique: Close up long shot of Background and cast shadow

Mikel Banks, Micah Gaugh Technique: Flat Light

Stereoboro and La chichi Mambo Technique: Slow Fall off





Stereoboro and a dazzling fan Technique: Fast Fall off and Solarization

Matt from STEREOBORO Technique: Centered Object

Band: STEREOBORO Technique:Pull of the Top Edge

Band: STEREOBORO Technique: Chiaroscuro Lighting

Band: STEREOBORO Technique: Indoor Standard Back Lighting and solarization

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