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07/22/2004 05:45:48 PM · #1
Hi all! Question... Would this 'everyday object' need to be in it's context? For example, say you photographed a coffee cup - would that cup need to be in some sort of table top arrangement, next to a coffee pot, etc.? Or could you just do a fun composition with it?

Thanks for the insight folks :-D
07/22/2004 05:53:58 PM · #2
From the challenge description...

It doesn't mention that the object has to be in it's natural environment. It just says make it the focal point of an interesting photographic composition.

Be creative.
07/22/2004 05:57:04 PM · #3
I think it should be "... an interesting photographic composition."
the rest is up to you. I plan to submit an abstract with an evryday object.
07/25/2004 01:37:51 PM · #4
Yeah, I interpreted it to mean that you're encouraged to take an everyday object and compose a photograph that is very creative.
07/25/2004 11:57:28 PM · #5
So, any predictions on what percentage of shots will feature a fork or spoon? =)
07/26/2004 07:09:18 AM · #6
Originally posted by rgordon:

So, any predictions on what percentage of shots will feature a fork or spoon? =)

how abt flower shots! :P
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