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rmigliaccio Administrator Nikonian since 10th Mar 2004Thu 01-Aug-13 10:53 AM
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"August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"


Barrington, US
          

Please read the Rules and Objectives before you submit a photo for this Assignment.

The August Assignment is “Patterns”.

Life is filled with patterns. Your job this month is to photograph them. You can emphasize them by filling the frame with a pattern to present the appearance of large numbers. Or be daring and break the pattern with a contrasting object or removing one of the repeating objects.

There are no other restrictions except that your image(s) MUST BE TAKEN DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 2013. I have noticed that some have used archived photos to satisfy an assignment (i.e. photos NOT taken during the month of the assignment). Using images taken prior to August of 2013 is NOT PERMITTED and will be deleted. Please honor the rules of the assignment.

As always, I emphasize “artistic”. Strive to be different; let your artistic juices flow when composing your image. Is the image you post for this assignment one you would be willing to frame and hang on your wall?? Please keep in mind that images will be selected based on image quality, subject matter, relevance to the assignment, and creativity just to name a few.

Also, over the course of the month, you may post no more than four (4) images. I want you to be discriminating in the selection of images you post for this assignment – PLEASE POST ONLY YOUR BEST SHOTS!!!

Also, please:

• Be imaginative and go for the unusual shot. After all, that’s what makes this fun!!!
• Do not use a shot in your archive – the whole point of this exercise is that it is an assignment.
• Submit only artistic shots. Naturally, we want to see your very best work with regard to subject matter and composition - translation – snapshots are not permitted.
• Include shooting data, and ideally, please include your thinking behind the scene – what were you trying/hoping to capture, and did you succeed?

As discussed here, the top five images will be selected by the previous month’s winner and be included in a poll for members to vote for the winning photo. The winning image with be added to our new Monthly Challenge Winner’s Gallery.

I look forward to seeing how you fulfill this assignment!

Good luck!!!

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D2Xstatic Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Mar 2011Sun 04-Aug-13 09:49 PM
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#1. "Sunflower at sunset"
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#2. "3 Patterns"
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Ann Arbor, US
          

I shot this last weekend. The golden color is from the mottled sunlight that was making the deck glow.
The foreground image is a camera strap on a metal patio table.

D90, Nikkor 18-200 vrII @ 70 mm, f/7.1, 1/25 sec, -0.33 EV, ISO 200, handheld.


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#3. "Jet Passing Overhead"
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D700, 80-200 f2.8D, 80mm, ISO 1600, 8s, f2.8, 0EV








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#4. "Rubik's Cube"
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D4, f8, 1/6, 85mm, 800 - tripod

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#5. "Star Trail during Perseid Meteor Shower"
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Not sure if multiple images stacked counts but this is a compilation of 175 images stacked to get the circular pattern.

Nikon D600
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#6. "Wall art"
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Lewisville, US
          

D4 f4.5 .8sec 100 85mm

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patriot1123 Silver Member Nikonian since 09th Jan 2006Mon 19-Aug-13 02:14 AM
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#7. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Scottsdale, US
          

Tennis court net. 105 VR at 1/320, f/16.



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MongoG Gold Member Nikonian since 02nd Jan 2009Tue 20-Aug-13 01:07 AM
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#8. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Waunakee, US
          

All bailed up and no where to go. Local farm field with a nice display of round shapes and horizontal lines
Nikon D800, 24-120mm @ 46mm, ISO 100, f/20, 1/50, tripod
Early evening sunlight. I tried several HDR 5 shot photos and like this one shot exposure better.



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domer2760 Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his frequent assistance to other members by sharing his perspective, skills and expertise, especially with infrared and macro photography. Nikonian since 23rd Oct 2010Tue 20-Aug-13 01:26 AM
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#9. "Optical Illusion"
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Tue 20-Aug-13 01:34 PM by domer2760

Ann Arbor, US
          

This is a photo of microtiter tubes in an 8x12 array. The tubes were lit from below using cross-polarization to give the color. The tubes on the left side sometimes appear to be lying down and sometimes, they are standing up. This isn't Hogwarts so it must be an optical illusion.

D700, Nikkor 24-120 f/4 @120mm, f/8, 1/60 sec, ISO 200, 2 SB600 flashes, a linear polarizing film below the tubes and a circular polarizer on the lens.


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#10. "Binding"
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Tue 20-Aug-13 01:37 PM by domer2760

Ann Arbor, US
          

This is a photo of a comb binding from a textbook.

D700, Nikkor 105mm Micro VR, f/8, 1/60 sec, ISO 200, SB600 flash.


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tegel Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Jan 2005Wed 21-Aug-13 02:49 AM
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#11. "Bubbles"
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Ann Arbor, US
          

Macro of a spider web taken at the end of the Bog trail in Waterloo Recreation Area in SE Michigan. I was amazed at what I found when zooming in on the image!

D700, Tokina 100mm f/2.8 Macro, 1/500 @ f/6.3, 0 EV, ISO 800, pattern metering, Aperture Priority, Handheld

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#12. "Cool Bug!"
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Ann Arbor, US
          

It's an Ailanthus Webworm Moth (yes, I had to look it up). It was hanging out on my car window one evening. I used the light from the sun off the window to create the white background.

D700, Tokina 100mm f/2.8 Macro, 1/1250 @ f/5.6, -2/3 EV, ISO 1600, Spot Meter, Aperture Priority, tripod.

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#13. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Wed 21-Aug-13 04:27 AM by clayolmstead

Austin, US
          

Requiem for a Smoothie





Clay
Austin, TX USA

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#14. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Waunakee, US
          

Feeling Blue (and a little whimsical)
D800, 105mm, f/13, 2.0s, ISO 100, Tripod



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#15. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Waunakee, US
          

Feathers
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210mm equivalent


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#16. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Waunakee, US
          

Pine Cone
D800, 105mm, tripod, f/13, 3.0s, ISO 100



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#17. "Pine Cone - Pattern In Nature"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

D800, Nikon 85mm, ISO 400, f/16, 1/125 with pop up flash




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#18. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Sonoita, US
          

very simple image, interesting patterns here in this steel screen.
thanks,
Dale

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#19. "Glass rooftop, broken pattern"
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Taken yesterday in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.



D700, 28-105 AF-D, ISO 200, f/4.5, 1/800.

I know I could have used a smaller aperture and still get a hand-holdable shutterspeed, but I did not want to. I was after a certain smoothness against all that metal and glass.

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#20. "Zigzag pattern"
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Sat 24-Aug-13 06:05 PM by domer2760

Ann Arbor, US
          

Last one for the month. This is an old-fashioned carpenter's rule. It has a numerical and physical pattern.

D700, Nikkor 24-120 f/4 @ 82mm, f/16, 0.3 sec, ISO 2000.


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#21. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Sonoita, US
          

Perfect Cleavage. No not what you are thinking...
These photos depict the three perfect cleavages of the mineral calcite, (CaCo3).
This is a sphere about 6-inches diameter and was back-lit for the shot. There are diffraction glares in each photo if you look close. Enjoy.

D7000, 24-70mm f/2.8G, ISO100, 1/8 sec, f/20, 45mm eq
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#22. "Madrone growth and checking patterns"
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Sun 25-Aug-13 05:32 PM by D2Xstatic

Eugene, US
          

We are processing many cords of firewood right now and this log end stood out. Madrone is a beautiful wood and burns soooo nicely in December. I googled patterns and got many ideas of different types of patterns, both organic and man-made. Too bad we can only post 4 shots.
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#23. "40 year old European headlight"
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Eugene, US
          

The glass pattern is meant to aim the light in front of the driver and block it from oncoming drivers eyes.
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#24. "A Little Bathroom Humor"
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Altamonte Spprings, US
          

Just observing everyday household patterns while meditating.
D-300, Aperture Priority, 18-200VR @ 18mm, f3.5, 1/15s, ISO 200, WB Direct Sunlight - Handheld, but braced.


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#25. "RE: A Little Bathroom Humor"
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Eugene, US
          

LOL

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kennoll Gold Member Nikonian since 07th Feb 2011Wed 28-Aug-13 08:20 PM
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#26. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment–Patterns-Retirees shirt closet"
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Seattle, US
          

Wait! I need to wear a shirt?? Not!

T-shirts'n shorts or Levi's and sweatshirts...Unless we're going to dinner of course.

D300s, Nikkor VR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G, 20mm, ISO 400, 1/60s, f/11, -0.3EV, SB400 flash


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#27. "Patterns In The Sky"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

D800, Nikon 85mm at f/9, 1/400, ISO 200

Hotel Sofitel in Chicago at about 6/45 am.




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#28. "Mother of Pearl Jewelry Box - Double Exposure"
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Altamonte Spprings, US
          

Selected single frame, double-exposure to try to capture the intricate detail and overall beauty of this mother of pearl jewelry box. Each exposure is at different zoom and image position in frame. Lots of fun to experiment with.
D300, 18-200VR, Aperture Priority, ISO 200, f5.6, 1/30s, WB fluorescent, tripod.
PEARL JEWELRY BOX.

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#29. "Ceramic Pitcher - Single Frame, Double Exposure"
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Altamonte Spprings, US
          

Selected single frame, double-exposure to capture the detail of the adornment pattern and overall form of this hand crafted ceramic pitcher from the NC hills. Each exposure is at different zoom and image position in frame. Lots of fun to experiment with.
D300, 18-200VR, Aperture Priority, ISO 200, f5.3, 1/10s, WB cloudy, tripod.



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#30. "Mother of Pearl Jewelry Box"
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Altamonte Spprings, US
          

Couldn't pass up the opportunity to capture the awesome pattern and colors of this mother of pearl jewelry box we brought back from Egypt.
D300, 18-200VR @24mm, Aperture Priority, f4.5, 1/8s, ISO 1EV under 200, WB Flourescent.


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#31. "Hancock Building, Chicago - Triangles, Rectangles and Lines"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

D800, Nikon 85mm at ISO 200, f/4.5, 1/50 sec. Processed in LR4 and Silver Efex




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#32. "Burberry Exterior At Night"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

While walking on Michigan Ave at night I came across the Burberry Store with it's unique metallic black plaid exterior.

D800, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 at ISO 1000 at 1/60 sec.




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#33. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns - Random Pattern"
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Sat 31-Aug-13 07:27 AM by kennoll

Seattle, US
          

D300s, Nikkor VR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G, 18mm, ISO 200, 20s, f/5.6, -0.3EV



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#34. "Wave Patterns"
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Sat 31-Aug-13 12:27 PM by cosmicfires

Lynnwood, US
          




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domer2760 Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his frequent assistance to other members by sharing his perspective, skills and expertise, especially with infrared and macro photography. Nikonian since 23rd Oct 2010Sat 31-Aug-13 08:51 PM
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#35. "RE: Burberry Exterior At Night"
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Ann Arbor, US
          

Tom,
Nice series. I especially like this one.

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#36. "RE: August, 2013 Assignment – Patterns"
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Scottsdale, US
          

Tennis court patio cover.

Nikon 105 VR, f/8, 1/2000

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#37. "RE: Burberry Exterior At Night"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

Thanks Dan! We're in Chicago celebrating our 45th Anniversary and having a great time.

Tom

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