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June 2013 - Photography assignment - Pet's perspective - Low angled images

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    Anyone have any regular assignment suggestions or level 2 suggestions for June.

    Here's a few

    f/16 and smaller
    Crossing lines (level 2)
    Shades of green
    Hands

    Feel free to support any of those or suggest others. Suggestion w/most support by tomorrow becomes this month's theme.
    Thx!

    circles (true circles, not ovals)

    Well circles seems like a good level 1 assignment to me, because as I'm looking around me I see hundreds of them right now. Then I think f16 and smaller would work great for level 2 assignment, I can think of some creative things to do with that.

    I was thinking F8 and smaller...lol.

    I think circles and hands were done last year - but I dont have a problem doing them again. Crossing lines could be fun and challenging. I also dont have a problem with f16 or greater.

    A couple more ideas for the future may be low perspective/looking up. Another one I saw a couple of years ago that stimulates creativity is "pets eye view" (imagine a scene as viewed by a pet)

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    I think circles and hands were done last year - but I dont have a problem doing them again. Crossing lines could be fun and challenging. I also dont have a problem with f16 or greater.

    A couple more ideas for the future may be low perspective/looking up. Another one I saw a couple of years ago that stimulates creativity is "pets eye view" (imagine a scene as viewed by a pet)
    I really like the pets eye view also, that could be interesting.

    I also like that low angle pets view - so that can be level 1 as it seems fairly accessible- and i think f16 or smaller could make a nice level 2.

    Circles and hands were done last year.

    merging posts now.

    Thanks!
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    Hi members - suggestion posts are merged and the assignment this month is shooting from a low angle or from a pet's perspective.

    Images fitting this theme should be posted right here in this very thread.
    Ok then who will post first? Thx!

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    Sidney and Lily, off to dreamland...
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    This reminds me of a project I had in college 25 years ago. It had to be POV of a dog or cat. I set the camera in a litter box, made a fake turd, and got the cat to look directly into the camera.
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    Nice one Jason

    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquetiger View Post
    This reminds me of a project I had in college 25 years ago. It had to be POV of a dog or cat. I set the camera in a litter box, made a fake turd, and got the cat to look directly into the camera.
    I look forward to seeing this replicated for this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post

    I look forward to seeing this replicated for this thread.
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    Lovely image Jason and great start! (I might level it a hint, just a hint because then you'll need to crop dooger, as it slopes to the right)
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    Good call, Marko--I didn't catch that!
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    I hope this fits.

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    Love this Yisehaq - Fits the topic well IMO.
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