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This week we finished our NicholasBrian for his picture of a closed fair gate, which has a great reflection and mood. Fairs are just one of those things that seem to cry out for night photography, with summer coming up in the Northern Hemisphere, maybe these shots will provide some inspiration for people.
This week we also started the Five Senses Assignment. Even though photography is a 2D medium, it can still evoke senses and feelings. So, taste, touch, sound, smell, or sight, how would you make us feel those in a photograph? Maybe it’s a strong cup of coffee or the softness of a blanket, but whatever it is, make us sense it. In order to be eligible for the mini-contest, your picture must have been taken between 15 – 28 May 2008, your EXIF must still be intact, and you must include “Assignment: The Five Senses” somewhere in your post so that we know you want it to be included. Next week’s assignment is Shot from the Hip, so see if you can come up with a great shot without actually looking through the viewfinder.
Last week we asked forum members whether they mostly used a backpack or shoulder bag to carry around their gear, and the results were pretty close! Feel free to keep telling us about the bag you use or the bag you want in this thread.
Of course, if you’re like daft_biker, then maybe you don’t even need a camera bag “Most of the time I don’t take a bag as it just gets in the way and slows me down. I usually just hang the camera with lens and flash attached from my left shoulder and walk a mile or two to get where I want to go then put the strap round my neck and we’re good to go. Tripod can hang from the other shoulder if I take it.”
This week, come tell us if you store your camera with or without the lens on?
Can you believe that it’s been one year of Classic Rock Challenge. The goal of this challenge is to interpret a song title or the album title from the week’s selected album. This week’s challenge is “The Mamas & The Papas” and their self-titled album.