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Shaun

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Like the last one from Phil, but think Ian really has out odd-ed all of us with a tied up stuffed bird with a wood rod stuck where the sun don't shine [thumb]

(Really hope that picture does not get deleted or that sounds really dodgy[rofl])

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Photograph Type

Type is all around us and integral to our communication – no matter the language. Find some type, be it an old typewriter, some brilliant, letterpress stationary or simple building blocks that are so ubiquitous in early childhood development. Have some fun with the challenge and see if you can spell out something in a series of images.


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Some House Types. In my filing cabinet. 
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Nikon D500,MB D17 Battery grip.
Nikon 18-105 mm,Nikon 35mm f1.8 G, Nikon 80-400 f4-5.6 G AFS, Sigma 105mm f2.8 macro. Nikon 12-24 mm f4. Nikon 17-55 f2. 8

Lee filters: Foundation kit. Super Stopper,Big Stopper,Little Stopper. Lee IRND 0.9, Lee ND 0.3,0.6,0.9 Hard & Soft grads.Lee landscape polariser.

Nissin Di700 .

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Nice, not what i was expecting but thats the best part of the cards, getting suprised [smile]
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inspiration required !!

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Nowt wrong with them Phil.[smile]
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Nikon D500,MB D17 Battery grip.
Nikon 18-105 mm,Nikon 35mm f1.8 G, Nikon 80-400 f4-5.6 G AFS, Sigma 105mm f2.8 macro. Nikon 12-24 mm f4. Nikon 17-55 f2. 8

Lee filters: Foundation kit. Super Stopper,Big Stopper,Little Stopper. Lee IRND 0.9, Lee ND 0.3,0.6,0.9 Hard & Soft grads.Lee landscape polariser.

Nissin Di700 .

Manfrotto 055 Pro 4 tripod, Induro Monopod. Kirk L bracket.
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Cheers Mike looks like you went to Oakwell also
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I agree nothing wrong with those Phil, great detail and nice and sharp.

Could not find the thing I really wanted to do so had try something else this afternoon.

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Some good stuff again chaps!
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Here`s mine .......

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liking the shallow DOF

Week 4

Picked by Steve

Photograph a Pen

Heres to the lost art of hand writing! Grab your favourite pen and show it hard at work. Pens run the gamut from inexpensive ball points, to highly prized fountain tips. Some of them are works of ar in their own right. Select some fine parchment to serve as a background or recreate a significant event where a pen help shaped history.

cant go wrong, so get shooting!


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Ended up with a more Pen/syemmtry theme [smile]
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Posted a bit early but our lass wanted to picked them before she headed home

 Week 5 Macro

 Photograph Numbers

Numbers play a huge role in creativity; some go as far as relating them to the divine........ and its no wonder, especially in photography. Concepts like the golden ratio or the rule of thirds are age old principles. Your challenge is to show us the numbers that surround you and how important they are in your creativity. Tell us their story.


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Not really macro but any closer and you would be touching it.

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