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July 2010 - Photography assignment - Perspective and/or Leading lines

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    Default July 2010 - Photography assignment - Perspective and/or Leading lines

    It's that time again!

    My suggestions for July:

    Show us examples of:
    Weather
    Perspective and leading lines
    Transportation
    Minimalism

    I like
    - Perspective and leading lines
    - Beginnings and/or endings
    - Yellow

    Out of what's been said so far, I like:

    - Perspective and leading lines

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    Out of what's been said so far, I like:

    - Perspective and leading lines
    me too.
    can I throw out the 20 steps from your door idea again?

    How about just take a bloody shot! Ugh..someone smack me on the side of the head!

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    How about just take a bloody shot! Ugh..someone smack me on the side of the head!
    well you've been a wee bit busy. how about a hug instead?

    Quote Originally Posted by kat View Post
    How about just take a bloody shot! Ugh..someone smack me on the side of the head!
    Someone needs a coffee or a beer!

    Perspective or 20 steps works for me.

    Since the weather is warmer and people are out more, why not try for a collective 100 strangers? Based on the website http://www.100strangers.com/. We collectively try to accumulate photos of 100 strangers. It would be cool if we had a least a minimum of info about them to include with the post, even if it is only why we found them interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by JAS_Photo View Post
    Since the weather is warmer and people are out more, why not try for a collective 100 strangers? Based on the website 100 Strangers. We collectively try to accumulate photos of 100 strangers. It would be cool if we had a least a minimum of info about them to include with the post, even if it is only why we found them interesting.
    That's a very cool idea! I think it would work better as a project than as an assignment though. An entire thread dedicated to this type of project would be cool. Do you mind if I start it? While I don't know the man I have that image "Alone" that I posted yesterday that might be a good start.

    Ok, go ahead and start it, that would be excellent, then each poster should number their submission as we go along.
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    Ok members - suggestion posts merged and the assignment with the most support this month is Perspective and/or Leading lines . This means that the image should have an interesting perspective and/or include leading lines.

    Ok then - who will post first?!
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    Another excellent subject! It's great to see some more creative topics.

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    Ok I'll bite first:



    Took this yesterday morning....I quite like how it turned out.
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    nicely done casil! ya got both done in the same shot!
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    I knew this idea would result in some cool shots. Great start so far.

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    great scene mbrager

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