Posts Tagged: ds106asignments

The Daily Shoot #ds590 – A photograph that features white

The Daily Shoot #ds590 – A photograph that features white, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a photograph that features white in a dominant manner. Use a white subject. Blow out the sky. Use your imagination. Morning sunlight through a muslin wrap.

The Daily Shoot #ds588 – Monochrome

The Daily Shoot #ds588 – Monochrome, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a monochrome photograph today. Keep in mind that monochrome doesn’t have to mean black and white. Winter. An overcast day. Some low light through the window. Everything seems monochromatic.

The Daily Shoot #ds591 – Choice

The Daily Shoot #ds591 – Choice, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Illustrate choice in a photograph today. Be obvious or subtle. Your, ahem, choice. Bubble tea or tea? I chose both.

The Daily Shoot #ds592 – Deadline

The Daily Shoot #ds592 – Deadline, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. What’s the first thing you think about when you see the word “Deadline”. Make a photograph of illustrating that thought. Scripts.

ds106: Visual Assignment: Flickr-ised Playlist Poetry

Visual Assignment 62 brief Take your Playlist Poetry Assignment and find Creative Commons Flickr photos to illustrate your story. Try using a slideshow tool to interweave the song titles and images. My Flickr-ised Playlist Poetry I used Storify to compile my Flickr-ised Playlist Poetry assignment. I  had some problems embedding my compiled Storify in this […]

ds106: Visual Assignment: An Album Cover

Visual Assignment 44 brief So here’s something fun for everyone to do, should be quick and easy, but try to make it pretty. First, go here: Wikipedia: Random article The title of the article is now the name of your band. Next, go here: Quotations page Go to the bottom of the page. The last […]

The Daily Shoot #ds586 – Make a photograph of two complementary objects

The Daily Shoot #ds586 – Make a photograph of two complementary objects, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a photograph of two complementary objects arranged to show their relationship to each other. A level crossing and a train. I guess they could be regarded as complementary objects. They’re functional too!

The Daily Shooot #ds585 – Work the angles

The Daily Shooot #ds585 – Work the angles, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Work the angles today. Make a photo that gives us a unique perspective on an otherwise ordinary scene.

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