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This week’s assignment was Hebe for his wide-angle shot of the moored ship. Both of these shots really seemed to suit the monochrome idea really well.
This week’s assignment is Construction. In order to be eligible for the mini-contest, the image needs to have been taken between 5-18 March 2008, the exif must be in tact, and you must include “Assignment: Construction” somewhere in your post. Next week’s assignment will be Panning.
This week, we asked forum users about whether they used flash or natural light more often. There was a huge number of people who preferred natural light, but some people preferred using flashes.
Tiberius said “reading Strobist has shown me how valuable flash is not only for balancing light, but to make a photo more dynamic.”
dmvp said that “I almost always use natural light, but when I’m taking snapshots of family then I’ll use my built-in flash.”
And finally, one of the many people who uses natural light, Marmalade said Natural light for me – in So. Cal. it’s seems to be sunny all the time. I don’t have and external flash for this camera and I hate my tiny built in flash. I either bump up the iso or I use ghetto lighting for my indoor shots. I do have studio lights but I have not had a chance to set them up yet. And I use the big mass of incandescent gas, in the sky, for my outdoor shots.”
This week, come tell us which focal lengths you use most often and why (and check out the free Windows program that can show you a graph of this).
It’s also another week of Classic Rock Challenge is back and better than ever. This week’s album is Fleetwood Mac’s “Bare Trees”. The goal of the Classic Rock Challenge is to take the album title or a song title and interpret it with a photo. Rock on!
Until next week, keep shooting!