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  1. williambarry

    williambarry TPF Noob!

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    I am tapped for ideas. I haven't thought of anything new in several days. Someone please make me creative again.

    Advice, or ideas are certainly welcome.
     
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    aliciaqw TPF Noob!

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    Shoes on the side of the road. Why are there so many? And how do they get there. I want to start a collection of shoes I find in the road/gutter, etc.
     
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    AnneRiceBowl TPF Noob!

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    Clones.

    Monkey brain gumbo.

    Little crusty nasal aliens.

    Oh look! SHINY!!!!!!
     
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    foned TPF Noob!

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    you know what ADHD stands for?



    wanna ride bikes?
     
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    Live_free TPF Noob!

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    *CLICK* *CLICK* THERES NO PLACE LIKE HOME! THERES NO PLACE LIKE HOME!
     
  6. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You can set yourself assignments.
    Such as: force yourself to only find one-coloured objects, or align things (optically) that only represent one certain colour.
    Or you try to work with lights, and if it only be desk lamps you use on a still object that you light this way and that and another way and so on. (If it's only desk lamps you have, make sure your camera is on a tripod, though).
    Or you try out assignments such as "fill the frame", or "motion", or "frozen movement", "shadows", "reversed lens macro" (in case you don't have a dedicated macro lens but want - for once - to get really, really close to your objects), repetition, leading lines, all such compositional specialities can become an assignment...
     

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