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Annisa C. Nunn
BetterPhoto Member Since: 1/18/2007
 

ideals


i have to take pictures for this class that i'm doing this is what I have to do

2 photographs that focus on a SINGLE COLOR as the primary subject (orange sunset, pink wall, red door, etc.)
2 photographs that focus on TWO COLORS as the subject (pink rose with green stem in pink and green room, goldfish in blue water, etc.)
2 photographs that focus on THREE COLORS as the subject (black and orange butterfly on a brown twig, yellow and white egg on brown toast, etc.)
2 photographs that focus on MULTI-COLORED SUBJECTS (rainbow sprinkles on an ice cream cone, bowl of M&M’s, etc.)
2 “free” photographs -- Do what you want, so long as your subject is colorful (and clear as to what subject is).

does anyone have any ideals


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1/22/2007 8:22:16 PM

 
Kendall L. Noland
BetterPhoto Member Since: 5/15/2005
  I would look at things around the house and see what is already there. You can always set up your on props. I know this may not be much help but yu have to find your creative mind. How about a soild color plate and add food for your color. Good luck and let us know what you come up with.

Kendall


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1/23/2007 5:12:49 AM

 
Annisa C. Nunn
BetterPhoto Member Since: 1/18/2007
  thankyou


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1/23/2007 8:29:53 AM

 
W.    Hi Annisa,

'creativity' is seeing things - possibilities - for YOURSELF and then acting on it.
If someone else points out something you hadn't thought of, and then you shoot it, you are NOT being creative.

Have fun!


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2/17/2007 9:48:49 AM

 
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