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A boy and his dog

Day 672 – Or a young man and his statue. My assignment for Project 52 this week was A project with a prop A Portrait of one person with one very identifiable prop. Something we can see – something that goes to tell the story of the subject – or to create an allegory –...

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    Cristina

    Day 660 Project 52—Glamour look Totally off the scope for me. Glamour is not something that I would normally be drawn to, but it was the assignment for Project 52. Model name. Cristina Where you found them. I work with her. She is an extraordinary person inside and out. She’s beautiful, she’s smart and she...

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      Up in smoke

      The assignment this week for Project 52 is “Show me the money”. Story spin is: “Is Our Currency the Problem? A recent study shows that the money itself has created a shortage of capital.” So that is the story spin… that somehow the money we use is part of the money crunch. Yes, I made...

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      Day 558 – Wet

      ISO 100, 105mm, f/4.0, 1/60 sec. The brochure. Our assignment for the Project 52 this week was an image for a new water repellent. Her are the details: Bright colors are great! The product works on skin and most materials The product makes water less damaging to the material The product is used in business...

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      • houndstoothJuly 18, 2011 - 1:49 am

        Oooooooo! Wait until BZ and her mister see this!

        Those photos are beautiful!ReplyCancel

      • BZ TrainingJuly 19, 2011 - 3:31 am

        BZ's mister is totally jealous, and is hiding its nozzle in shame.

        Love that last shot!

        (Yeah. Crap. Right. Uh huh….)ReplyCancel

      • schleefyJuly 20, 2011 - 7:49 am

        One word: AMAZING!!ReplyCancel

      Day 521 – The hair cut

      ISO 800, 105mm, f/4.0, 1/80 sec This weeks Project 52 was, well, to put it mildly… way out of my element. “You have been asked to do a set of images for a Hair Salon. They will supply the subject, and you will shoot the hair styles / styling. The images will be printed quite...

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      • BZ TrainingJune 6, 2011 - 5:14 am

        Ha! When I first saw this I thought you were trimming a greyhound!

        Love the image – wonderful focus, makes it look like the person cutting the hair is being careful and deliberate. No, I have no idea what about the picture says that to me, but there it is. 🙂ReplyCancel

      • houndstoothJune 6, 2011 - 12:15 pm

        Yeah, that is a little daunting! Heck, a grooming salon would have been a lot easy to focus on than somebody's head. I love how crisp the detail is, though!ReplyCancel

      • ndjmomJune 7, 2011 - 2:40 am

        I'm with BZ Training, thought it was a greyhound and instantly thought…they don't have any hair to trim, unless you have one of those long haired varieties…lolReplyCancel

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