Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

The photo class that I attended last fall challenged us over the course of the month to see and photograph letters in the natural world as long as we did not photograph printed letters. It changed the way we looked at the world. It was great to see how the others represented these 26 characters. This was my take on it

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47 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Ha ha ha – It was one of those positive peer pressure things from doing it with a class. C was easy. It took three shoots to get A and some Lightroom magic for B. Thank you,

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  1. psychosomaticallyinlove

    Fantastic! The best submission for this week’s challenge so far. The arches put on the side to create B would be my favourite. But all of them are excellent! You have great eye for things and fantastic talent! 🙂

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      1. milfordstreet Post author

        Thank you…It was a course at a local photo studio, so there were no grades but i think the sense of self-satisfaction was enough. I like your new avatar.

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  3. gapark

    I’ve always wanted to do this (well, for a long time, anyway!) and you have done a remarkable job of it! I’ll bow to you and let it go. Gail

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  4. milfordstreet Post author

    Thank you. It is a lot of fun. My wife and a couple of coworkers made some good suggestions. It is not as difficult as it seems; it just takes a bit of perseverence.

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  5. milfordstreet Post author

    Oh, thank you so much. It is funny to me that everyone likes it so much because all of us who took the same class have done it. But I guess it is rather unique in the grander scheme of things.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      It is something you develop. This was for a class at a local studio. We all became highly attuned to seeing things a bit differently (which is the point of the exercise). It is a fun challenge. We did it over 5-6 weeks. Thank you for visiting.

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