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January 2009 photo assignment - Warm and Cozy

This is a discussion on January 2009 photo assignment - Warm and Cozy within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Suggestions needed! :0) I don't know about everyone else but I'm sick of this cold. Maybe our theme could be: ...

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    Suggestions needed! :0)

    I don't know about everyone else but I'm sick of this cold. Maybe our theme could be: things that are warm and cozy. Just one idea.

    Robin

    wet or drip

    ninjas!

    Well, some people might have a hard time finding ninjas... So here are some others.

    Trying to take pictures of something "new".

    "Roads"

    I also like the warm and cozy idea.

    I'm having sllllowwwww Net problems for the next few days so I'll make the decision here if that's okay.

    I too like the warm and cozy Idea...

    who is going first?

    Thx everyone!
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    Default Baby A

    Is all bundled up warm and cozy on her 24th day of life. Temps out side were a bit on the chilly side.


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    Aw, that's a beautiful photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiven View Post
    Aw, that's a beautiful photo!
    Thank you Raiven!

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    Nice shot TT and way to fit the theme - If I may, the top edge could use a burn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    Nice shot TT and way to fit the theme - If I may, the top edge could use a burn.
    Thanks so much for the kind remark, Marko! --
    Yes you may, and thanks for pointing it out - i did not notice it at all!

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    Great pic, love the DOF. What lens was it taken with?

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    This one is not cheating since we decided on the theme before the shot was taken

    As a side note - See that rusty paint can on the right, THAT was what I spent most of the time shooting...My wife's not even surprised at the crazy stuff that catches my eye anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmagick View Post
    Great pic, love the DOF. What lens was it taken with?
    Thank you!
    I used a 28-105mm Canon USM lens
    f4.5
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    in pp i softened the edges a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    This one is not cheating since we decided on the theme before the shot was taken

    As a side note - See that rusty paint can on the right, THAT was what I spent most of the time shooting...My wife's not even surprised at the crazy stuff that catches my eye anymore.

    I can't wait to see the images of the can!

    I love it - you are very cozy with your honey and warm too!

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