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Old Oct 9, 2010, 9:40 AM   #11
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Hopefully I have the concept straight in my mind so I will use this for now with the option of substituting later. The stands: same shape, same colour, different size. The vases: same shape, same size, same colour (blue), different texture. Taken 9th October, K200D.

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Old Oct 9, 2010, 9:54 AM   #12
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where bigdawg - he could do a shot of his lenses =) sure hes got 3 with the same focal lengths =) and lots of people have plenty of 50mm primes

doh...... didn't see your entry ira. teach me for skipping straight to the second page
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Old Oct 9, 2010, 11:08 AM   #13
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Would three guitars, different sizes, same basic shape with similar colors (shades of brown) be a set?
Sounds good to me, show us!
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Hopefully I have the concept straight in my mind so I will use this for now with the option of substituting later. The stands: same shape, same colour, different size. The vases: same shape, same size, same colour (blue), different texture. Taken 9th October, K200D.

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Do you get bonus points for two different sets )
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Old Oct 9, 2010, 12:15 PM   #15
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Okay, call it a place holder. F and FA lenses with metal hoods. Same colour, same style, very different sizes. I don't have much here to choose from.
Hehe, lenses - what an obvious choice and I didn't even thought of that myself, doh! As for the very different sizes - the 50mm and the 28-70 look quite close to me... any chance to do something with the zoom seetings of the 28-70?

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Aye - texture was the original challenge in the card game, but I thought that would be too hard so I changed to color-shape-size. Anyway, you've got a nice image there! And I don't want to be too picky here... we could say "completely different height" for example or if you go for the vases alone - I can even see different shades of blue Regardless how you read the ensemble - it's a set - even if you say blue/vases/same size.

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Keep it coming - it's a fun thing. I already started for myself to go "set-crazy" as autumn is here in Germany and we got all kind of leafs in different colors, sizes and shapes. Set's everywhere!!! Arrrgh.

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Do you get bonus points for two different sets )
Well - people will vote at the end of the month - the more spectacular your set(s) the better for you, yes/no? Also giving the right explanation in your posting might boost your image
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Ok, here is my entry for now.......
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Ok, here is my entry for now.......
+1 for coolness and the idea
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Here is my "set". Fresh from our garden. I think this was done with good taste.



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Old Oct 9, 2010, 7:17 PM   #20
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well i wish i had seen Ira's post before I took this picture. It was fresh in my mind after doing the pics for the fifty mm shootout, (which Ive yet to post)

I may change down the road and wanted to change ideas after I read what Ira posted but decided I'd throw it up anyways.

great shots btw everyone

Alas, here it is

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