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November 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - Low light - natural or un-natural

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    Default November 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - Low light - natural or un-natural

    I like to keep these assignments as wide as possible but tegan came up with a good advanced way to shoot this assignment.

    So - this is a low light assignment and feel free to shoot it in any way you see fit.

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    if you wanted to take it up a notch you could try unnatural low light according to tegan's explanation/suggestion.
    "Now of course, a mid day shot can be transformed into a night shot perhaps with moonlight through any number of approaches including filters, shooting through dark transparent glass or plastic, solarization, as well as selective darkening and a whole raft of postprocessing methods."

    This should be a creative one either way!

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    this is a pic of one of my roommates, i took it with out a tripod, so its a little blurred
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    Quote Originally Posted by omhubbard View Post
    this is a pic of one of my roommates, i took it with out a tripod, so its a little blurred
    Cool effect! Great job! Very little blur to me.

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    Very little blur?! He's got two backs!!

    ANyway, yeah I like the effect - it's spoiled a little for me by having the subject dead centre though.

    Hmm, this might be a good opportunity to do some light painting, methinks...

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    I like this shot and the mood it evokes. The blur doesn't even bother me much. It's the dead center subject that could be greatly improved through some drastic cropping.

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    Ok this is my attempt - it is taken from inside behind a window of the moon

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    I like this shot Elle. It might be even more effective if the whole image was a wee bit darker, but i like it!
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    Taken at a party on the weekend whilst he was distracted by the pretty candle light heh.

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    Nice shot PK!
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    BEAUTIFUL PK! so serene & thoughtful...

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