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90 degree lighting (sidelight) to create texture (B/W) - August 2010

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    Thanks to Jas for suggesting this idea of having an additional, harder assignment each month. As always, we'll try it and if it works we will keep it.

    This month's idea also comes from Jas.
    90 degree lighting (sidelight) to create texture Photo converted to B&W. No use of HDR as shadows are an integral part of this assignment.

    Thx Jas!

    Okay then, who will post first?
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    This month I WILL do both assignments...but I'm slow.

    No takers on this one yet? Come on - give it a try
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    Okey, dokey, I'll go first again Not sure if it's any good but it's my first attempt and it was kinda fun.

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    Cool stuff! The lighting makes the lettering stand out and shows texture on your background surface.

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    Thanks, JAS. Yours is pretty cool too. Like the paper wrinkles and the DOF choice on this one with the repetition. Nice!
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    will this qualify? this is an old shot. i think i shot this last year.
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    Iggy - Good on ya for going first! It totally fits the theme.
    Jas - Like the comp on yours and good texture revealed throughout the shot
    ED - your shot mostly works except it's not BW. There's no hard and fast rule, but most of us try to use fresh shots for assignments. All that said, wonderful texture on the eggs!
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    I don't know if I did this right but I had fun with it!
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    sorry about the first post, marko. here's another one i took just now.
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