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07/17/2020 05:32:53 PM · #1
Show us a diptych of the same scene at two different times of the day.

Standard editing with the diptych rule. No overlap.

07/17/2020 10:11:14 PM · #2
Do you require camera-at-same-location work, or can one move around the scene? For example, I might want to photograph the East facade of a church in the morning and the West facade in the afternoon... I might want to stand on a vantage point with a panoramic view and photograph facing East at daybreak and West at sundown. Whatever...

But I'm not sure that would make for a great challenge, as compared with shooting the same thing from the same vantage point at different times of day, which is what I suspect you're looking for?
07/17/2020 11:33:28 PM · #3
Kinda like this? Same exact spot but the night shot had little interest in the sky, so they worked best in different orientations.

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Also taken on two different days. Would the same day be required for this challenge?

Message edited by author 2020-07-17 23:33:54.
07/18/2020 12:25:30 AM · #4
Id rather it be a very similar shot at two different times of day. Not necessarily the same day.

But, Im not fussy. :)
07/18/2020 01:27:38 AM · #5
Originally Lydia said "the same scene" which I like, and prefer to "a very similar shot..." It seems fairly straightforward to go and stand more or less where you stood earlier in the day or earlier in the day last week.

I see this as an exercise in experiencing light/time.
07/18/2020 02:00:34 AM · #6
Yes, the same scene makes more sense to me (I have an idea ;)
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