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February 2015 - Level 2 photography assignment - Time

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    Default February 2015 - Level 2 photography assignment - Time

    Hi members,

    The level 2 photo assignment this month is Time.
    Okay then who will post first in this thread?


    (Feb 2015 regular assignment is here )

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    Maybe not the best representation of time, but I will re-post one of my roller derby pics.
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    I didn't intend for this to fall under the "Time" assignment, but the clear shot on the watch qualifies (I guess)

    12:10 ( I am too damn old to be out at a bar after midnight)
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    I guess a 13 second exposure counts as time - basic "cotton candy water" shot. Shot with rock steady GorillaPod Focus and Singh Ray Vari-N-Duo filter. I guess the fact this shot is 5 years old adds an element of time as well


    West Vancouver - at 13 seconds exposure


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    ** Edit ** Oops - read elsewhere that we should try and take a photo for the assignment and not pull an old shot from the archives.... duly noted
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    Default So Much for the "Time" Assignment or Why Sun Dials Don't Work In the Winter

    1. There is snow on the ground so you don't know where to stand.


    2. There are clouds in the sky, therefore no shadows to tell you what time it is anyway.
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    Really nice interpretations thus far!!
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    Does perfect timing count?

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    It all counts Wonderful timing.
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