Lesson 5

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    Jack Oliver

    Sorry that it has been a while. Here is my image for lesson 5, I tried to capture a mixture of greys in a monochromatic photograph. The colours in this photo are also muted by mist and clouds. I hope it covers the assignment.

    Duncan Rawlinson

    Wow for some reason this one fell off my radar. I have the system setup to notify me when there is a new item that needs to be critiqued. 😳 my bad!

    Anyway, this is a nice image. I feel very cold just looking at it!

    Here is the EXIF data:
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    Date Time: 2013:06:02 03:02:52
    Artist: JACK OLIVER

    One thing is for certain, you have nailed this assignment.

    You have simplified your image using color and you have seen colors in your world. You have shown you know how to separate them to create a visually appealing photograph.

    So job well done!

    My only minor note here would be unrelated to the color aspect of the assignment. It would be just to try to remember when shooting a landscape to add an element of interest or at least some scale. That way we know just what we’re looking at in terms of size.

    Nice to have you back and again the delay here was unacceptable on my part. See you on the next assignment.

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