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This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums (18-24 Jul ’10)

Weekly Assignment

In the KitchenThis week our photography assignment took us into the heart of the home when we went Lesedi‘s Kitchen is the Heart of the Home. The bright colours, the well thought out setup, and the entire concept really just caught our eyes. And those letter magnets definitely bring back memories.

Kitchen with a view_MG_7595This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums (18-24 Jul '10)This week we’re continuing the kitchen theme with water in motion.

Hot Threads

  • Third Annual Worldwide Photowalk: Depending on where in the world you are, you may have already been and gone, but this is the third year for the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk. If it’s just turning the 24th where you live, why not check and see if there’s on in the area. And if you’ve been and gone, why not come share your favorite photo over in this thread.
  • What’s Your Current Level: If you were to think about where in photography you currently rate yourself, what would your current level be? Are you a casual hobbyist? A serious hobbyist? A moonlighter? A full time professional? While these are just a few ways you could rate yourself, why not come and share what level you’re at over in the forums.
  • Appearance vs Client Expectations: If you aspire to be a professional photographer or you’re just starting out, you might wonder if the way you look can have an impact on your ability to conduct a photography business. If you’re a professional photographer, come share your experiences with how and if appearance matters in the photography profession.
  • Wedding Photography Etiquette… For My Own Wedding: Normally we wonder what we should be doing as photographers, but think about it from the other side. What happens when you’re the bride? How can you make sure that you get the photos that you want in the style you want? And what happens if you want to photoshop the photos in the end? Is that possible? Come offer your advice and suggestions for those on the other side of the lens.

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