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This is a discussion on May 2013 - photography assignment - Details within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Good variety of shots here. Keep em coming. Here is my first go at this assignment. Laces by runmonty , ...

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    Good variety of shots here. Keep em coming. Here is my first go at this assignment.


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    I guess it depends how big the object is whether it can be considered a detail? This is from a bigger than life art installation depicting Canada's Famous Five, a suffragette movement from the late 1920's:
    The Famous Five (Canada) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



    A couple more from the same art installation:




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    A really nice set of submissions thus far - and lots of them.

    The more 'accessible' a theme is, the more people will submit. All threads are better with more interaction.... I've been paying lots of attention to this fact (particularly in relation to how active the assignments are) over this past year.

    RM - nice detail for sure
    Jas - it's all relative right - so the cup is a detail in this case - works for me. The other captures show details in a more conventional way. Nice.
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    Really cool stuff everyone. Casil, I love those eyes.
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    wow, what a cool selection of shots in this assignement.
    Love those eyes C and Matt! Great idea Iggy. Jason that petal is so delicate and nicely lit.

    here's another for you:

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