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December 2015 - Level 2 photography assignment - Revealed

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    Default December 2015 - Level 2 photography assignment - Revealed

    Hi members,

    The level 2 photo assignment this month is "Revealed"

    Interpret this as you like, there is lots of opportunity for nice variety with this theme.

    I have to ask..... "OK who will post first?"

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    Default What the dryer saw ....

    Been playing with my new yongnuo triggers, the YN 622 II and the corresponding controller YN 622 TX. Fun to experiment, since I now can set all power and zoom levels from the camera, even through walls. Those things are radio controlled, not infrared.

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    Nice start Matt. k cool shot!
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    I love that shot Matt K.

    Here's my take on the theme:

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    both great shots. Strong start to this assignment
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    Default Cinema Beaubien Montreal

    Month is almost over but I took this a few days ago through a foggy window...so for me it revealed a scene of some kind.
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    Talisman Centre, Lindsday Park, Calgary

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    It kind of looks like a bunch of Polaroids. Neat!

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    Nice one mbrager I dig it.
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    Default Backlighting Reveals

    This translucent decorative paper has a watermark that shows up nicely when backlit. I tried to set up the lighting to create a gradient so that more detail is revealed with more intense backlight.

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