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September 2013 photo assignment - High perspective - Looking down

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    Default September 2013 photo assignment - High perspective - Looking down

    Anyone got regular or level 2 assignment ideas for September?

    Thx!

    I was going to hang back a bit this month, but as there seems to be little activity to date here are a few that were suggested last month just to get the discussion started.

    - Shooting into the light
    - High perspective / looking down
    - Recreating a famous photo

    I like High perspective looking down for regular and shooting into the light for level 2.

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    I like High perspective looking down for regular and shooting into the light for level 2.
    works for me!

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    I like High perspective looking down for regular and shooting into the light for level 2.
    Two good ones. I'm in.

    Works for me, too. If I can shake loose some time this month, at the least I can go back up Pump Road!
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    Suggestion posts have been merged and the regular assignment is High perspective - Looking down (thx RM!) and should be posted in this thread.

    The level 2 assignment is here.

    Ok then who will post first?
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    As soon as I saw this month's assignment, I knew where I was heading, the State Capitol Building

    This is the garden in front of the State Capitol


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    wow fab start AT! Really diggin shot 1 - cool shadows, symmetry - nicely framed and captured.
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    Here's my first one...

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    nice starts guys. I think I'll have to go climb a tree....
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    Nicely timed and captured Iggy - dig the comp here as well!
    If you wanted to make this sing louder, the bottom half of the pic as well as the 3 people on the bottom are quite flat. u may want to up the contrast.
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