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This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums (9-23 Dec ‘09)

Weekly Assignment

This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums (9-23 Dec ‘09)With the festive season (whatever that may be to you) upon us – this weeks assignment was “Holiday Memories” So it was only fair that we had Santa come in and judge it for us, right? Well, we couldn’t get hold of him, so our awesome moderators have chosen for you and have come up with this weeks top three entries!

We’ve given First place to BryanC with his set-up shot of “Milk & Cookies” that you can see to your left. Well done BryanC! It was a tough choice with so many entries! Second place goes to KidAtHeart with (what we called) “This Week in the Digital Photography School Forums (9-23 Dec ‘09)

As we close out the year, for our last assignment, I want you to go through all of your shots you took this year and choose your very best. Give a brief explanation of why you feel it is your best of the year. You need to have taken it during 2009. Please remember to include your EXIF info and Lowepro Toploader Pro 70 AW.

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