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Posted on 2010.06.30 at 08:15


panacea42 at 2010-07-01 02:54 (UTC) (Link)
Hmmmm, a few ideas:

the obvious: more kitties! Kitties kitties kitties! I know, been there done that, but they are so fascinating

the frustratingly abstract: the concept of love, how you would express it with a photograph, could be anything

the sensible: as a fan of architecture, a photo of your favorite building; or scenery, or landscape, something you find that makes you feel *inspired* just by seeing it (in NYC this happens all the time, the smallest and most utilitarian of minutiae can be so beautiful or moving).

the specific: 1) an amazing moon 2) a train, if any are nearby (why? I'm not sure, I just like trains, and Atlas Shrugged has reinforced that) 3) go to your favorite street, walk out in the middle of it (be sure not to get hit!) and take a shot up and/or down it

the nude: I have to agree with schpydurx, I think you would come up with a stunning interpretation in that realm (provided it would not cause any problems relationship-wise)...my current favorite is my friend David's work (NSFW, obviously): http://davidagasi.com/home/portfolio/nude

Hope this helps!

ehowton at 2010-07-01 05:48 (UTC) (Link)
Kitties kitties kitties!
One of mine is hyperactive and the other lethargic. Neither make for easy pictures :(

...in NYC this happens all the time
While Dallas has some outstanding architectural wonders (and I'm tempted to drive into the city for this, don't think I'm not), not so much in Anna, Texas. From the start I've wanted to push out just a little further to see what I could find from a minimalistic approach.

my current favorite is my friend David's work
I like the B&W. And the focus. And the shots where the face cannot be seen. Coupled with the B&W they appear more...distraught? Thanks for sharing.
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