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    Default Seasons

    Ok im sorry about this very late assignment... we still gonna keep on track as far as times go so this week we miss a day...

    i couldnt get in to the site yesterday i know Darrens behind the scene team are working on it so bare with us... im thinking the influx of members is having a small roll in the troubles...



    anyways seasons.. yes not matter what season your in... we want to see it ...
    something screams summer!! or winter!

    mine is obvious Winter!!

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    Don't forget to tag your entry with "assignment: Seasons" if you'd like it considered for the weekly mini competition.

    Exif data should still be intact if you wish to participate in the mini contest.... also the image in question should be taken with in the 30th Jan - 13th Feb 2008



    next weeks assignment will be Straight from the camera , So NO post processing except fro cropping and resizing for our 600px longest side guideline
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    Default Assignment: Winter

    Branches - 1

    Branches against a cold winter's sky, taken using my Lensbaby:

    # Date: 2 February 2008
    # Exposure: 0.025 sec (1/40)
    # Aperture: f/4
    # Focal Length: ? (lensbaby 2.0)
    # ISO Speed: 400
    # Camera: Nikon D40 on manual, handheld

    As well as the colours, this also spoke to me of winter because of the way it can seem overwhelming as you wait for the return of summer.

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    Default Assignment:Seasons

    Taken last night - Brrrrrrr it was cold up on the hills!!!

    04. Wayward Tree
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    Default Not for the Assignment

    Not for the assignment but had a really tough choice on which to go for...

    Had to canvass my colleages between the above and this one:
    Ghostly Tree
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liamdc2 View Post
    Taken last night - Brrrrrrr it was cold up on the hills!!!

    04. Wayward Tree
    Great shot!

    I'm struggling with ideas for this one at the moment as we seem to be at that inbetween seasons stage where nothing much is inspiring me. Must try harder
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    Default Latest Assignment - Seasons

    wind blown petals

    This is my shot representing spring. I took this on the 30th, so it is just inside the timeframe. It is warming up a wee bit, so I might try some winter shots as well.

    Camera: Nikon D80
    Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
    Aperture: f/4.5
    Focal Length: 90 mm
    ISO Speed: 100
    Date and Time (Original): 2008:01:30 14:27:42
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    Talking assignment:winter

    [IMG]http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2359/...ef188009fd.jpg[/IMG]
    I just used my lumix panasonic camera, didn't really do anything to it, except for sharpen it.
    Last edited by Mrsktrimmer; 02-07-2008 at 02:19 PM.

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    I took a similar photo of that.
    brought the white of the flower out, and made the background a soft unfocus. Thought it turned out kinda nice

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    Default Assignment: Seasons

    A mockingbird puffed up against the cold in this winter season.

    mockingbird

    Exif data:
    Camera: Canon EOS 30D
    Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/640)
    Aperture: f/5
    Focal Length: 300 mm
    ISO Speed: 200
    Exposure Bias: -1/3 EV
    Flash: Flash did not fire
    Date and Time: 2008:01:31 21:51:57
    Exposure Program: Aperture priority
    Date and Time (Original): 2008:01:31 11:16:55
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    No pics yet, as I just found the assignment. It is interesting to think about the seasons and our limited points of view. I live in NW Florida, and we will have thousands of Spring Breakers visiting our beaches in three weeks. Pine Tree pollen is already falling and covering our windshields. Temps yesterday, were in the upper 70's F. For me, the current season is early spring, but spring here, doesn't mean new leaves on trees or flowers blooming. Our leaves stay on year round, and the Oaks shed some leaves in the Spring. Our wild flowers begin blooming in the Fall, (Nov). So, when I do post my photo, you will likely think I'm confused, which might be the case, but I do know my season.
    Still haven't figured out how to maintain my EXIF when reducing image, so if someone wants to help me out in that specific thread, I have a post or two in there...

    Seasons Greetings!
    There is never another now.

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