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Posted: Mar 1, 2010 at 20:57 Quote
Seems like a good one. I'll let this stew over for a day or so, and if no one has anything better we'll go with that I suppose.

Posted: Mar 1, 2010 at 20:58 Quote
let's get really tough: Decisive Moment. or High Key.

Posted: Mar 1, 2010 at 21:00 Quote
i'd be down for high key (lighting im assuming)

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Posted: Mar 2, 2010 at 9:16 Quote
Hey boys, good to see you guys are going at it! I'm going to have to bow out as I'm just too busy right now to even remember, sorry guys Confused

Posted: Mar 2, 2010 at 15:55 Quote
It's all good, you got us all started!

Posted: Mar 26, 2010 at 19:39 Quote
I think Film Noir would be a good project, next month mabye?

Posted: Mar 28, 2010 at 16:02 Quote
radek wrote:
Is it like a photo scavenger hunt? Like...this week you have to shoot 5 photos of cory's moms cleavage?
Seriously though...you could even set a particular exposure or aperature that people have to shoot with.
Sure, where does cory live? Just kidding, but I'm down!

Posted: Mar 28, 2010 at 16:06 Quote
April is coming up in a couple of days, next months topic is???

Posted: Mar 28, 2010 at 18:10 Quote
dingus wrote:
I think Film Noir would be a good project, next month mabye?

I am down with Film Noir though this is a photo project and not a cinematic project. But high key seemed far to hard for people and In think Film Noir is in the same boat. I think we need something a bit more broad

Possibly just "spring"? Though That is running away from film noir, it seems appropriate.

Posted: Mar 28, 2010 at 19:38 Quote
Film Noir would be good, I've wanted to do something noirish for a while. Wikipedia describes the film noir style as this (edited by me):

"low-key lighting schemes of many classic film noirs are associated with stark light/dark contrasts and dramatic shadow patterning—a style known as chiaroscuro (a term adopted from Renaissance painting). The shadows of Venetian blinds or banister rods, cast upon an actor, a wall, or an entire set, are an iconic visual in noir. Characters' faces may be partially or wholly obscured by darkness.

Film noir is also known for its use of low-angle, wide-angle, and skewed, or Dutch, angle shots. Other devices of disorientation relatively common in film noir include shots of people reflected in one or more mirrors, shots through curved or frosted glass or other distorting objects."

Posted: Mar 28, 2010 at 20:22 Quote
Sounds like Film Noir then. Thread here

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