Rule of Thirds by Alexandra Plancarte

Dallas Kiyari Daiko dancers, Seiji Ikeda (upfront), Yoshihiko Oya (left), Kai Foster (far left), Sean Ibanez (back row on the first right) and Kena Sosa (back row on the second rigtht) perform at the Japanese Fall Festival presented by Dallas Japanese Association, on Sunday, Sept. 28. (Alexandra Plancarte/ TCU)
Dallas Kiyari Daiko drummers, Seiji Ikeda (upfront), Yoshihiko Oya (left), Kai Foster (far left), Sean Ibanez (back row on the first right) and Kena Sosa (back row on the second rigtht) perform at the Japanese Fall Festival presented by Dallas Japanese Association, on Sunday, Sept. 28. (Alexandra Plancarte/ TCU)

This weekend Sunday, Sept. 28 I attended the Japanese Fall Festival presented by Dallas Japanese Association. The event started at 11 a.m. and ended at 3 p.m. Me and a group of friends arrived at 11:30 a.m. The festival was already packed with people. The festival was free admission but you had to pay for food and games.

Throughout the day there was entrainment such as martial arts performance from the DFW Kendo & Iadio Kyokai, dancers from Miyagi-Ryu Noushou-Kai, drummers from Dallas Kiyari Daiko and more. I have always been a fan of the Japanese drum music so I made sure not miss this performance. These drummers were from Dallas Kiyari Daiko.

Since it was a sunny day my ISO was down to 100. I also used a multi shot shutter speed to capture the movement of the dancers. I had looked at all the pictures before choosing this photo for my assignment. I love the red in this photo, it really pops out. You can also see the faces of these drummers. You can tell they are enjoying themselves and are dedicated.

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