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    Yay! im great at portraits!
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    This is going to be damn tough.
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    Yup ... this is gonna be tough. I may have to retire my 8x10 in favour of a 120 folder or my old Yashica 35mm .....

    Well folks, we have until the last day of December, so get those thinking caps on and start looking for victims to photograph

    cheers

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    Part of the concept is to get outside your comfort zone.

    Photographing trees is too easy. You just sneak up on them and shoot them when they aren't looking.

    So is street photography in a lot of cases. Stalk and shoot. But here you have to engage your subject. Then evoke responses.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blansky View Post
    Photographing trees is too easy. You just sneak up on them and shoot them when they aren't looking.
    LOL!

    Well, indeed, getting outside your comfort zone. It's quite an assignment, nice idea, but it won't be easy. (Nobody said it had to be "easy".)

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    Well you've had a number of months to work on those other mamby-pamby assignments, now you're ready for the big time.

    As for easy. What could be easier than taking pictures of people. There are billions of them around, they all look different, and now you get the chance to meet them instead of just slinking around shoot them when they aren't looking.


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    I like this one. I have always wanted to do something like this and now I have the excuse. not that I didn't have it before. This is cool.
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    Shooting Assignments - Transportation

    I have been contemplating a series on transportation for a couple of years (yeah I know, pitiful).

    This might be the trick to get me off the couch and out of the office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertarthur View Post
    I have been contemplating a series on transportation for a couple of years (yeah I know, pitiful).

    This might be the trick to get me off the couch and out of the office.
    It sounds like fun, but if you're going to have it as the subject of a monthly shooting assignment, then you'll have to be selected by "the blansky" by submitting a qualifying pair of photos for the for Nov/Dec assignment as described in this post :

    http://www.apug.org/forums/showpost....7&postcount=30

    cheers

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