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October 2018 Photo Assignment - Gestures (posed or unposed)

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    Default October 2018 Photo Assignment - Gestures (posed or unposed)

    This month's assignment is "Gestures (posed or unposed)"


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    I'll go first I'll start with a small gesture.
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    Nice start Marko. It reminds me of the Cartier-Bresson puddle jumper
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    Thanks mate - here's another
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    Marko seems to be carrying the full weight of the assignment this month. Here is my contribution..

    gestures by Dwayne, on Flickr
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    Love the position of the kid RM - well done.

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    Due to lack of shooting in the last three months, I dug into some of my older images for this assignment (I know, a no-no). I am going to New Orleans Friday, so I will have this assignment in mind

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    cary21 by Chris Campbell, on Flickr

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    We ran into this guy who pulled out the camera he is holding and told us he bought it on a whim for $20 but didn't know if it worked. No batteries or memory card. He gave me this look when I stepped back to shoot the photo.

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