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    how about the zoo? It's an easy place to get great photos (all the better if you can't tell it was taken at a zoo). It's also a good way to learn to take pics of moving objects.

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    I would like to see a Birthday theme... The reason is because I am always so BORING when I take pics at birthday parties and such... I could use a bit of inspiration and/or see some creative examples of wonderful birthday pics...

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    a couple ideas off the top of my head:

    -long exposures
    -portraits

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    thought of a couple more:

    -fireworks
    -reflections
    -ice
    -snow
    -clouds, sky

    are you thinking more of a photofriday.com assignment, where it's somewhat open for interpretation, or a learning assignment type thing, where you're given hints on how to do it and you have to go execute?

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    A "What the heck is that" assignment. I am not talking about a motion blur or some camera trick. I am talking about what you’re photographing. The first thing that pops into their head when someone looks at the photo is "What the #$@# is that?" Then you could explain what “That” is.
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    How about a holiday lights assignment. Could be a little challenging.
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    Darren, may be you'd assign us to apply the new rules or lessons you post, either in the forum or on your blog..
    it would sound intresting if we learnt thru applying, trial and error technique, all together..
    what you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lastoadri View Post
    Darren, may be you'd assign us to apply the new rules or lessons you post, either in the forum or on your blog..
    it would sound intresting if we learnt thru applying, trial and error technique, all together..
    what you think?
    This does seem to be happening, the Mono, with a Touch of Colour thread was opened in relation to the blog post the other day on the same subject
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    -winter colors

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    you can do:
    Kids
    mirrors
    camera manufacturer related
    zoom
    and why didn't you do close-ups or macros?

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