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Changing format for a while. I'll be doing photo assignments from various places.

C is for Camera. And Caine. The idea, every day go shoot the day's letter of the alphabet. When I get to the end, I start all over again.

I'm already wondering how I'm going to carry this off in winter.

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Illustrate Anger

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The assignment: Illustrate Anger [You cannot use a face, human or otherwise, to express the emotion. You cannot use people, parts of people or human forms/shapes. You must rely on other elements, (lighting, focus, props, etc.), either candid or staged, to express the emotion of anger.]

Assignment from PhotoSig.

SLG says:

Brilliant and faved.

20th Nov 2009, 09:07

Caine says:

Thank you, SLG and Taniwha. This particular assignment is still taking up space in my head; I haven't managed to capture what I feel or what's in my head yet. I think I'm going to have to give this more than one go - the right expression is lurking, I'll get it. Eventually.

20th Nov 2009, 09:47

Viv says:

I used to do this with the kids at school :) We did a series of different emotions. It was good.

20th Nov 2009, 12:38

Caine says:

That's neat. I find this to be a really good photographic challenge, lots of room to be creative.

I wondered if this might be a good competition - a choice of emotions to illustrate.

20th Nov 2009, 22:53

minkey says:

Strange, the first one made me think of a flower. Beauty no Anger

21st Nov 2009, 15:15

Spidermonkey says:

I see an angry face in the bottom one.
Looks like a good way to put the fun back into angry :)

21st Nov 2009, 19:09

Caine says:

Minkey, that was intentional, as in "her anger blossomed..." type thing.

Thank you, Spidermonkey. :D

21st Nov 2009, 21:27

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