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August 2013 - Level 2 photography assignment - Hadouken Photography

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    Default August 2013 - Level 2 photography assignment - Hadouken Photography

    Hi members,

    The level 2 assignment this month is Hadouken Photography which seems to me is basically 2 or more people pantomiming an action shot and freezing that action.

    Here is a link to Hadouken images to give those who have never heard of it a better idea.
    here's a link to a Video done by digitalRev Tv to inspire you further.
    How to do "Hadouken" Photography - YouTube

    Ok then - Who will post first
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    I guess it's only fitting that I post first since I suggested it. One of the reasons I suggested it is because you have to go out an make the image. You can't just stumble upon it while you are out for a walk. I was hoping to challenge everyone to get out and create the image. Imagine it in your mind and make it happen.

    Here is my first attempt with my son and a friend. I have another idea in mind that I hope I can make happen in the not too distant future.

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    Really fab start iggy!
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    I played around with it this evening. The light was way too low, so I could not get my camera to speed. This is just a practice (mostly to see how my actresses would do) and by no means the final product

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    I like the play in your take AT - nice!

    Sort of a copy of what's been done so far but here's mine.
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    Awesome AT and Marko! See, level two should be a bit more of a challenge. I hope others will jump in and try it out too... come on, gang!
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    Nicely done, everyone! AT, I think the slower shutter speed actually worked out well.

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    Nice directing,shooting & acting.

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    We had a lot of fun shooting this, which made up for the photo itself...

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    Excellent, mbrager. This is awesome, people! Getting out and making it happen. Great work!
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