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    I have no idea what this thread is about?

    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

    Francis Bacon

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    I have no idea what this thread is about?
    Read the original post, explaining the rules. It's an idea thread -- to help those who have difficulty organizing their ideas or as an aid in inspiration.

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    stalled thread
    Sincerely,
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    THE LIST:
    •Photograph the moon. Photograph on the moon (not literally, but think about how you can do this in your space).
    •Self-portrait using more than one reflection.
    •Noses and Ears.
    •Objects that are flat.
    •Sets of things.
    •Repetition of shape.
    •Using motion to create structure.
    •Mixing materials that aren't usually mixed (milk and motor oil for example).
    •Isolation in purpose. Concentrate on how an object interacts unlike objects.
    •"from concentrate." As seen on juice contrainers (juice from concentrate).
    •water/ice flowing in directions, patterns or ways that are rare, incongruous, impossible or at least hard to imagine.
    •Self portrait study. 1 roll of film. 1 picture per day until the roll is used up or until you find some inspiration. Different location or situation every day.
    •A day in the life - photograph one day in your life from when you get up to going to bed (my first assignment at college)
    •Contain vs. Imprison
    •Distort the space you are in. Play with the relationship between foreground and background (flatten the space).
    •"Domicile." This is a college project that is assigned in an upper level course to capture the space you live in and to understand what connects you to that space.

    •Photograph the 100 largest Giant Sequoia. Or the top 100 anything. Or top 10. Or maybe the best ones that you can find.

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    THE LIST:
    •Photograph the moon. Photograph on the moon (not literally, but think about how you can do this in your space).
    •Self-portrait using more than one reflection.
    •Noses and Ears.
    •Objects that are flat.
    •Sets of things.
    •Repetition of shape.
    •Using motion to create structure.
    •Mixing materials that aren't usually mixed (milk and motor oil for example).
    •Isolation in purpose. Concentrate on how an object interacts unlike objects.
    •"from concentrate." As seen on juice contrainers (juice from concentrate).
    •water/ice flowing in directions, patterns or ways that are rare, incongruous, impossible or at least hard to imagine.
    •Self portrait study. 1 roll of film. 1 picture per day until the roll is used up or until you find some inspiration. Different location or situation every day.
    •A day in the life - photograph one day in your life from when you get up to going to bed (my first assignment at college)
    •Contain vs. Imprison
    •Distort the space you are in. Play with the relationship between foreground and background (flatten the space).
    •"Domicile." This is a college project that is assigned in an upper level course to capture the space you live in and to understand what connects you to that space.
    •Photograph the 100 largest Giant Sequoia. Or the top 100 anything. Or top 10. Or maybe the best ones that you can find.

    •Begin a project that could be noted in your biography along with the phrase "the happiest 5 years" of your life.

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    At the Solano Mission today I saw "the happiest five years" inscribed in a bio of Chris Jorgensen describing the 5 years he spent painting the missions.

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