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    Default Challenge to all members - Doors

    There hasn't been a challenge for a while, so I thought I would kick off 2017 with a challenge to all members.

    The challenge is to post one only photo of a door each week. For those of you that have been around the forum for a while, yes this is inspired by my Windows Project

    To encourage us to get out and shoot, it would be ideal if the photo was taken the week it is posted, but if you are unable to take a photo of a door that week, don't get too fussed, just choose another you have taken for this project.

    The photo may have the door as the main subject or may be incidental to the main subject matter. It may be the whole door, or a detail within the door. It may be post-processed a little or lot. Be as creative as you like. The only rule is that it must include a door of some description.

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    OK - here is one to kick things off

    red door by Dwayne, on Flickr
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    I quite like this and will try to keep a mental note!!
    Cool pic to start this off RM!
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    Not shot today, but last week in New Orleans. I had originally passed on post processing it because it lacks interest

    door by Chris Campbell, on Flickr
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    Come to think of it, I was wondering why I took this shot, so didn't process it until AT jogged my memory. Strange coincidences. Kodak TMax 400 film on a Canon EOS 10s using a Canon 35 mm F/2 lens. Developed in XTOL stock.

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    Great start guys

    Really like the shallow DOF and colour in yours AT

    MB - I do admire your commitment to film. This subject suits it well.
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    This sounds like fun... I might actually join in!
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    A doorway of stairs!

    Shot yesterday, post-processed today.

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    very cool plugsnpixels.
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    Thanks Marko! I'm learning lately that artsy is hit-or-miss... Would make a good discussion.
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