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  1. #1
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    "There is never a new thing to photograph!"

    How often have YOU thought like that heading??

    Three "new" subjects in the backyard --- or old things noticed differently because of the light just at that time -- these pics were snapped in the 5-10 minutes


    1] sun behind the ventilation vent on the neighbour's shed -- I have seen similar but the cloud made all the difference
    2] the devil chaser -- it was just another dark thing the shadows 10 minutes later
    3] bike shadows from light reflecting off a window .

    how and why questions, and honest comments welcome

    Another tip: collages are a great way to display, share online, or just to keep more favourite photos. This started in On1 and moved to Pse12 with final touches done in Lr5
    I don't really have any need for the original raw files now so they can be deleted and this college saved as JPG file instead of the rather large PSD file

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    Re: "There is never a new thing to photograph!"

    Absolutely right! Every photograph is a new moment in time and can never be exactly the same as another.

    I like your examples but a collage makes it difficult to comment on individual images. I prefer the simpler ones you've done in the top two and I'm sure that all of them could have been processed just as well as JPGs.

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    Re: "There is never a new thing to photograph!"

    "There is never a new thing to photograph!" perhaps so, but you can always take a photograph of the same thing, but in a "new light".

    "New Light" meaning new approach, not just physical light

    Which is what I think you have achieved with your slightly abstract collage. I like it.

    Cheers.
    Canon EOS 5, EOS 300 35mm Film. Canon EOS 350D DSLR.

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