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Thread: Photo Challenge - October 16-31, 2012 - VERTICAL LANDSCAPES

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    Default Photo Challenge - October 16-31, 2012 - VERTICAL LANDSCAPES

    The last challenge was a very well attended thread. Thank you to everyone participating.

    This challenge comes from MikePDX. Our topic is VERTICAL LANDSCAPE or LANDSCAPE PORTRAIT if you prefer. Your challenge is to show off your skills in landscape photography but stepping outside the box with a tall rather than wide shot of your subject. This is the perfect time to try this with most folks having a chance to capture the fabulous colors of autumn.

    Remember, there is no limit to the number of photos you enter in the challenge, comments are not only welcome, but encouraged, (no critiques if not requested), and if you have a tip or technique for your work, feel free to share that as well!

    Have fun!
    Arline Scott
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    I sue portrait for many landscape sunset silloutte shots



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    ^^Nice way to kick it off Chitobeach!

    I'll throw some recent ones in and maybe some older ones..













    I'm sure you consider all of these "landscape portraits," no?
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    here's one of mine...

    ~ Rocky

    "Out where the rivers like to run, I stand alone, and take back something worth remembering..."
    ~ Three Dog Night

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    here are a couple more, exploring the vertical orientation...



    ~ Rocky

    "Out where the rivers like to run, I stand alone, and take back something worth remembering..."
    ~ Three Dog Night

    http//:www.northwestnaturalimagery.com

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    Mt Rainier National Park

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    Bob Harbison
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    “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” -Ansel Adams

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    Just Shoot It !!

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    nice waterfall, Tony... where is this one?
    ~ Rocky

    "Out where the rivers like to run, I stand alone, and take back something worth remembering..."
    ~ Three Dog Night

    http//:www.northwestnaturalimagery.com

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    great stuff here all!
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