My Own 2

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1st week of class, basic techniques of photographic movement: 1. Proportional (rule of thirds) 2. Vertical 3. Diagonal 4. Horizontal

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    1. The first one is clearly obama’s future plan for america
      the second one is obama ultra top secret spy agency design to spy on all american without us knowing about it
      number 3, bullshit propaganda that global warming isn’t real
      and four…elitist socialist hollywood shit
      also fuck twilight

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    2. …stupid site…
      the first one clearly represent obama’s reign of terror and this so call “freedom” camp will so be full of proud Americans
      the second one is clearly one of obama’s secret african monkey spy design to sneak unnoticed into people house
      number three is proof that obama has some sort of weather controlling device, shit it april and it’s still freezing
      some bullshit socialist plot to destroy American’s youth with some islamist fairy tell about a 500 year old male vampire and a 16 year old high school girl

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    3. Hey, I was going to leave a comment on your blog buy I’m too lazy to create a new account. Do you want to sell some of your pictures??

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    4. “My Own 2”
      “1st week of class…”
      So it’s not “your own”.
      I don’t get it, make pictures you like, how you like, not how some guy\gal\book\video\whatever, tells you to.
      Secondly, Exif info.

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      • B/c someone does shots for a class doesn’t mean it isn’t their own. No one else is doing her work for her. Also telling her make pictures she likes. I’m sure she does. She shared her class assignment. Work she needed to do to get a grade.

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        • 1. IIRC, audsmaud is waaay past school-age. But if she isn’t, then you’re right, and I’m sorry Audsie for my outburst. I hope you get an A.
          But then, WTFlying Duck are you doing here ?!
          2. You didn’t understand me, her work = her work in the sense of doing it as she wants, developing her own form, way, not because “rule of thirds” says you shouldn’t center.
          3. How can you be sure, that she does pictures she likes ?

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          • Everything I am sharing happens to be for a college course, that does not mean I am not taking shots that I WANT to or can’t take pride in and want to share with others. As you can see from my posts others are even asking for it. Enjoy or just scroll past. I love all the photos that I decide to share with others and for 8 weeks out of my life I don’t mind taking photos to fit a certain standard to get a grade.

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            • I didn’t say anything about enjoyment, or lack of it (for the record, I do like them, especially the first one). I was (mainly) referring to the part about that listing of “how to”, because I’ve seen it here before, and I feel it’s strange. But like I said, if it is for class, then it is for class, and you must do it as they ask.

              As for “asking for it”, you’ll probably learn that popularity, isn’t a good quality grading factor.

              So once again, in caps:
              SINCE THOSE PICTURES ARE FOR CLASS, DISREGARD MY FIRST POST, AT LEAST TO THE PART ABOUT EXIF INFO.

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          • Ah I see its just a case of misunderstanding. To answer your points.

            1) She is in college.

            2) When dealing with grade you keep your work as close to the requested course work, because you never know when you have a professor who just wants to see a basic image to get a grasp at the level of the students, or you have the professor who wants you to work out side of the course material at all times, and rewards you for doing such a thing.

            3) Because I’m friends with her on facebook, and we talk from time to time about walking dead and other things. So I had some inside information when I made my post =)

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    5. You might try overexposing the snow pictures a bit, so that the snow appears white and not grey.

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