This musician was playing on the side of a road in Gwalior, India, and I was struck by the bold red color of his clothes. He was sitting in patchy lighting under a tree with an unimpressive background, which meant any picture of him in this location would be disappointing. I looked for a better environment nearby and found this columned interior. My photo tour group and I took many shots of him with various lenses and a variety of angles, and I liked this one the best. I used an ultra wide angle lens and photographed the musician from about five feet away. The combination of the close proximity and the use of a wide angle lens produces images with a disproportionately large foreground, and that creates a compelling perspective. I used the highlight and shadow sliders in Adobe Camera Raw to neutralize the contrast in the scene. Note the outward lean of the columns. This is caused by angling the camera and lens downward. My settings were 1/100, f/11, and 1250 ISO. The lens I used was a 14-24mm Sigma set to 14mm.