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Photo assignment - July 08 - Patriotism (or something representing your country)

This is a discussion on Photo assignment - July 08 - Patriotism (or something representing your country) within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Originally Posted by marko I must say I've been looking around for 'patriotic images' and I'm finding this one hard....syill ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    I must say I've been looking around for 'patriotic images' and I'm finding this one hard....syill I'll try to upload something this weekend.

    typical Canadian..... too modest for blantent patriotism.....lol....
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    Standing Guard at Sir Isaac Brocks Memorial. One of the Fallen heroes of the war of 1812. I shot this last night, a quick stop on our way to catch the fireworks at Niagara Falls. This monument is one of the coolest I have ever seen. There are four of these guards surrounding the actual monument.

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    yup - im also finding it hard to find the right subject... i drove past a fantastic old barn in the middle of a field, that was painted like a canandian flag! too bad that was before i found out what the theme was, and the barn is at least 4 hours away.... oh well, i'll keep hunting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddness View Post
    What setting should your camera be at to take pics of fireworks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by beetle8 View Post
    Manual,
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    I figured tripod, thought high iso, didn't know about the rest. Thanks for the response

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    Just a question, I live in Canada, so what about a Maple Leaf?
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    A maple leaf would be an awesome idea. That is true canadian! you could also take wildlife shots for this such as geese, moose, beavers, or any wild animals that you can safely photograph.

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    Default canadian wildlife

    i do have quite a few wildlife shots of animals ive stumbled across while driving around canada. heres just a few...
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    Those are nice! now that reminds me of Canada!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben997 View Post
    A maple leaf would be an awesome idea. That is true canadian! you could also take wildlife shots for this such as geese, moose, beavers, or any wild animals that you can safely photograph.
    If I come across any animals I definitly will snap come photos...I love animals. I have a really nice picture of a maple leaf, when I get it on the computer I'll see how it looks.
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