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August 2016 - Photography Assignment - Pairs or Sets

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    Default August 2016 - Photography Assignment - Pairs or Sets

    Hi members!
    This month's photo assignment is 'Pairs or Sets' and assignments should be posted right here in this thread.
    Okay then who will post first?
    Level 2 assignment is here.
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    I'll have a go
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    I love yours Marko!

    After a long time of not posting, here's my attempt:

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    Nice one Risacher, I like how they are leaning on each other.
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    Shot on Kodak Portra 400, scanned and processed in Photoshop using Colorperfect software plugin and Adobe Camera Raw plugin. Coincidentally, I entered this photo in a contest sponsored by The Camera Store and Heritage Park in Calgary. The contest theme is Working on the Railroad. Part of the contest is on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HeritagePar...1684954848385/ and you can vote for your favorite photo. I think prizes will be awarded in September, and there is a juried prize as well of a Camera Store gift certificate. So far I like my photo the best.

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    Well done, MB. I'd say you've got a good shot at the contest.
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