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Old Aug 1, 2007, 9:32 PM   #11
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Cool topic and great additions! I have three that I took a while ago (one that I know I posted here) that would fit this category, but it's such a fun one, I'll see if I can't take something new. I'm feeling really uninspired at the moment.
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Old Aug 1, 2007, 9:34 PM   #12
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I've got a zillion pictures of groups of four to eight people around a table, doing group work at training seminars. That is boring to all but those who are in the picture.

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You may kick start with your A85mm portrait of all or at least some of them. Hopefully you can see each face / facial expression and eye contacts has a story to see.It all depends on how you handle it. But I have to say to have an impact on the one who look at it is something else.
I always believe worthwhile subjects are around you all the time and it is a matter of you picking and bringing it out in the open.

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Kjell, teaching is never boring, but photographing it is a snore fest.

OK guys, my next boring image, a light bulb!!
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Teachers' shop talk may be boring but not pict if you can convey effectively . You have another light bulb in the bokeh taken in the middle of winter. That does convey the frozen image of NFD (Newfoundland)

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Old Aug 2, 2007, 4:08 AM   #13
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A single light pole. Could it be more boring?
You tell me .... A simple beachside showerhead.
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Old Aug 2, 2007, 1:26 PM   #14
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i don't have any!!!
all my shots are perfect!!!! lol

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Old Aug 2, 2007, 6:20 PM   #15
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Great shot Hayward.

Hey Kjell, how about this one:



A teacher at work.

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Old Aug 2, 2007, 6:52 PM   #16
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Great shot Hayward.

Hey Kjell, how about this one:



A teacher at work.

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ira,
that doesn't look anything like you.

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Old Aug 2, 2007, 8:39 PM   #17
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My son and I were taking a break from building this bridge in his back yard in Woodstock, Georgia when this shot caught my attention. I think it fits the catagory.

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Great shot Hayward.

Hey Kjell,* how about this one:



A teacher at work.

Ira
ira,
that doesn't look anything like you.

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I would not want Ira, Hayward and Lyric making this thread more interesting than what it should be.

Roy: That could be Ira at his days of restless. It has certain resemblance to what he looks like now

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Great shot Hayward.

Hey Kjell, how about this one:



A teacher at work.

Ira
ira,
that doesn't look anything like you.

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It isn't me, I am older, fatter and usually hiding behind a camera.

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Old Aug 3, 2007, 1:00 AM   #20
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Great shot Hayward.

Hey Kjell, how about this one:
Believeve me I am in NO WAY saying thanks as a return thank you.....

What a glorious (accidental or not) B&W contrast of a "boring subject" yet incredably DYNAMIC both for the electronic or actual "exposure"

Up there some one said how can you make a lecture, biz meeting, etc. interesting.... YOU ABSOLUTELY DID IT!!!!

Big Thumbs UP!!!!!!
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