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April 2013 - photo assignment - Frames or Framing

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    Hi members!

    Any suggestions for the regular and level 2 assignments this month?

    Thx!

    Vanishing perspective might be a fun one or even "Making Something from Nothing" as seen here:
    Something From Nothing | oopoomoo

    Both of Casils ideas work for me.

    I dont know if it has been done before, but what about frames / framing

    I don't want to steal Oopoomoo's thunder on this one - they are in the middle of this right now so might be more appropriate in a few months.

    I do like Vanishing perspective for level 2 and frames/framing for the regular assignment.

    Thx!
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    Okay members the suggestions have been merged and the regular assignment this month is Frames or Framing.
    This usually implies the that there is some type of 'frame' that surrounds or acts as a border to the images.
    I actually recorded a podcast on this a few years ago (WITH EXAMPLE IMAGES) if anyone wants to look and/or listen Framing in photography – photography podcast #10 | Photography.ca

    Okay then who will post first?

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    Went shooting today... I guess I'm first

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    Very good first post Iggy!
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    Thanks, Marko! Cheers.
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    Nicely done, Iggy and asnow.
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    good one asnow.
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    Thanks Jason, Marko. I've been wanting to get a picture of this underpass for a while, and with this months assignment it gave me the incentive to actually do it. I shot it like I was going to have to make it an HDR (bracketed 3 shots) However by waiting until the sun went behind a cloud I managed to accomplish this by only using only one picture, thanks to the extra latitude in RAW.

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