The Fastest Loading Weekly Shoot Ever
<b>The horizon can be a strong composition element. Make a photograph that emphasizes the horizon today.</b>
<b>Make a black and white photograph and go monochrome today.</b>
A bit clichÃ©. But, count the crosses. Man I am good at photography when given enough time afterwards to come up with hidden meanings for the snapshot.
(Not pictured - Mocha Hot Cross Bun)
<b>Make a photograph that illustrates being inside today.</b>
I was so happy that I'd avoided taking photos at my desk for the first assignments this week and ventured outside, unlike usual. Then it sprang this on me, but I twisted it. And that's how I learned that we have lightbulbs of different temperatures.
<b>Make a photograph that features metal or a metallic surface today.</b>
This photo represents how I feel a lot since moving to NSW. Cars everywhere... all looking at me. Then, today when I discovered it costs 00 to register a bog-standard Commodore for a year I developed a tender fascination for the amount of cars that people can somehow apparently afford.
'Oh, our public transport is so shit' everyone says. They don't know that the Adelaide has one station for the entire city.
<b>Make a photograph dominated by the color orange today.</b>
I did seriously consider buying, photographing and eating an orange for this assignment.
[b]Illustrate attraction in a photograph today.[/b]
It took me three Mocha Hot Cross Buns to get this shot right... and another two to copy it off my camera and come up with this caption...
<b>Make a photograph of a symbol today.</b>
OK so that was not my strongest week of photography. In one of those \"truth is stranger than fiction\" moments I was actually thinking I couldn't be arsed posting photos this week. And then after a quick peek on my camera's memory card I realised I might be able to scrape in if I was liberal with assignment interpretations.
If you found any of those photos lacklustre, have this one to make up for it. If you find this one lacklustre then you should Google the National Geographic article that shows all the baby animals in the womb. They are cute!