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"March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"


Barrington, US
          

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

The March Assignment is “Leading Lines”.

As you all know, leading lines are a meaningful compositional tool that are used to focus attention on the subject of your photograph. They can be straight, diagonal, curvy or otherwise. The can lead to, or away from, the subject.

Your assignment this month is to capture an image that, through the use of leading lines, manages to create an obvious relationship among the frame of the shot, the subject of the photograph and the space in the image.

There are no other restrictions except that your image(s) MUST BE TAKEN DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH, 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 March 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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Pipewelder Registered since 09th Jan 2013Sat 02-Mar-13 09:27 PM
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#1. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Iuka, US
          

Here is an image. Not sure if I post them here or elswhere. I may try this one again.



ISO 250
4 Sec
F22
Natural Lighting

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polarpics Gold Member Nikonian since 23rd Jan 2013Tue 05-Mar-13 09:11 PM
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Tue 05-Mar-13 09:17 PM by polarpics

Ontario, CA
          

Winter apple orchard.
D600, 1/500sec, AP, F8, ISO 100, lens 50mm F1.8



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jhpani Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Feb 2007Thu 07-Mar-13 02:16 AM
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Cancun, MX
          

this is fresh from the oven, today's sunset was gorgeous and what attracted me were the high voltage towers, but when reviewing the images, the poles to the right of the image add more power..

love the image!


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olivierrychner Gold Member  Awarded for his long standing high level of commitment to the Nikonians community and demonstrated excellence in the art and science of photography. Nikonian since 03rd Jan 2005Sat 09-Mar-13 10:19 AM
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#4. "Bus lane"
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CH
          

In La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland



D700, 28/3.5PC slighlty shifted diagonally, ISO 800, f/16, 1/160 handheld.

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Shivan Registered since 03rd Feb 2013Sun 10-Mar-13 05:46 AM
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Coimbatore, IN
          

Beautiful photograph Olivier Rychner ... feels like you are really pulled inside.

  

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#5. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Coimbatore, IN
          

Here is a humble attempt from my side.
This forum suddenly came to my mind when I saw this kidding running along the water drifting down.



  

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#7. "Stairway To Heaven"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

Visiting here in Santa Fe I came across the Loretto Chapel and its famous staircase. The staircase was constructed in the 1800s without a center support or use of any nails. I captured this image this morning.
D800, Sigma 17-70 (DX) at 21mm, ISO 800, f/6.3 at 1/4 sec. Cropped in LightRoom 4.




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#8. "The Path"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

Visited Bandalier National Monument while here in Santa Fe. Bandalier is home to ancient cliff dwelling people. I had the opportunity to follow a path up a cliffside and captured this image. I like the way the lines lead you around the curve and cause you to think "What's next?".

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Shivan Registered since 03rd Feb 2013Sat 16-Mar-13 08:14 AM
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Coimbatore, IN
          

Laundry day !!!

  

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NorthBay Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Jan 2013Sun 17-Mar-13 02:39 PM
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#10. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Janesville, US
          

I was trying to capture some nice shots of the rime frost, but the sun burned it off a lot faster than I was expecting. I did manage to get a bit in this shot. Shot on 8 Mar, D7000 with Nikon 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S VR lens set at 35mm, 1/250s at f/11, -1EV, WB cloudy, pp with DxO Optics Pro v8.

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#11. "Curves as Leading Lines"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

While walking in an outdoor gallery here in Santa Fe I came across an interesting sculpture and thought it contrasted nicely with the gathering storm clouds. In closely inspecting the sculpture for the right composition I realized that the curved lines are, in fact, leading lines!
D800, Nikkor 35mm, ISO 800, f/18 at 1/640 converted to B&W in LR4, B&W Tint added in PSE 9




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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 2010Mon 18-Mar-13 12:26 AM
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#12. "RE: Curves as Leading Lines"
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Ann Arbor, US
          

Tom,
Super image! Love the lines and curves against the clouds. Definitely a wall-worthy photo in my opinion.

Best,

Dan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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#13. "RE: Curves as Leading Lines"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

Thanks Dan! I appreciate your comments.

Is it still snowing in Michigan? It's beautiful here in Santa Fe and I understand that Land O Lakes, WI (my home) is due for 15" on Monday. Glad I'm here!

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#14. "RE: Curves as Leading Lines"
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Ann Arbor, US
          

Snowed yesterday. Nice today. Snow predicted for tomorrow but not 15 inches. I've been following your travels. Seems like a great way to spend the winter.

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#15. "Walking the dogs"
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CH
          

Just above town this morning. The path made for a nice leading line, or so I thought...



D700, 50/1.8 AF-D, ISO 500, f/16, 1/100 handheld.

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#16. "The fish tank"
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CH
          

Contrary to the one above, this one was premeditated. I have already shot in my school's corridor, and this time I decided to add the lonely fish tank of the science department, in the dark...



D700, 50/1.8 AF-D, ISO 1600, f/16 (massive negative compensation), 1/30 handheld.

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#17. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Wed 20-Mar-13 02:32 AM by hujiie

US
          





Galleria at Milan, Italy from most recent trip
D800E, 1/200, f2.8, ISO 100, 14-24 @14.


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#35. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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metro Columbus Area, US
          

In my mind, this captures the assignment perfectly. I love how you used the buildings to also go to the subject which is the apex of the domed window. EXCELLENT!

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#37. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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US
          

Thank you for your comments.

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#18. "Rue du Château"
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CH
          

The oldest, and one of the steepest streets in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

I had noticed the field of my old 12-24 would cover this place, and with the street wet tonight, I knew I had to go for an attempt at leading lines, with a twist: I set up, and waited until a car arrived.



D700 and Sigma 12-24 on tripod, MC-30, ISO 125, f/14 and 13 seconds. Some PP in LR4.3 and CS6.

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#19. "Austin at night"
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El Paso, US
          

This was tken last week while visiting my daughter in Austin, Texas. It was taken from the 43rd floor out on the balcony of the condo we were staying out in downtown Austin. I liked all the leading lines that are available in this image. lake Austin is visible from the left side up through the image with railroad tracks, a walking bridge and auto bridge going over it. Austin power plant is in the lower foreground. D300s 24-70mm f/2.8 @ 38mm f/11 ISO 200 15.0s on tripod with cable release.

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#20. "Austin at night (opposite side)"
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El Paso, US
          

This was on the opposite side if the balcony looking out over downtown Austin. The infamous 6ht street is in the bottom right hand part of the image moving left. Unfortunately, from my vantage point I was not able to get the capital as it was further to the right out of my field of view. D300s Tokina 11-16mm @ 16mm f/11 ISO200 8.0s on tripod w/cable release.

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#21. "Still Searching"
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Mon 25-Mar-13 02:22 AM by K64drb

Blacksburg, US
          

While I would like to say that I thought about nothing but "leading lines," standing out on a cold rainy night to shoot this, well that would be a lie. But after working on the image in LR4, leading lines are critical in conveying the message of the final photograph. After studying this for a while now, here's how I see it.

There is a pattern of vertical straight lines transitioning to circular lines that repeats twice. First, the concrete columns bring you from the ground up to the circular roof structure. From there a single vertical steel column takes you up to the circular dish. Finally, the four white bars that run from the perimeter of the dish, meet in the center, and are extended by a short pointed rod are very directional straight lines that are pointing out of the frame. You have to look closely to see the last rod, but it's there, just dark.

But what really made the image work for me, is the parallel striations in the clouds that almost seem to be projecting from the dish and pointing into space - each of which is a leading line. When I shot this image, I had no idea they were there. Only when I brought up the shadow detail in LR4 did I see them. And this was the only image of about 20 that I shot that night where they showed up. The wind was blowing so the clouds were constantly changing, plus it was dark so I couldn't see much in the first place. I think that to some degree, these streaks were created by the movement of the clouds during the 20 second exposure, but they are not all the same length so there was more than just that.

The color of the sky is genuine. With the very low cloud cover the lights from below must be getting reflected back down giving it the brownish color. The only changes I made were some minor adjustments in LR4 only.

Finally, as I feel it, the subject of the image is not in the frame of the picture. The real subject is out there, somewhere in space, and is implied by all the lines pointing toward it. This is an image that turned out better than I hoped for, and am pretty happy with it. I hope you enjoy it!



Data - D800, Nikkor 24-120 f4.0 @ 31mm, f8.0, 20 seconds, ISO 200, Auto WB, matrix metering, 0 ev compensation, support - the rock solid combo Gitzo 3542XLS & Markins Q20. Image format - RAW. Shot 3/11/2013 at 8:47 PM.


Still Searching


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#22. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Brisbane, AU
          

Brisbane, Australia. Southbank parklands.
Nikon D700, Sigma 20-40 f2.8@40mm 1s f8 iso200

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#23. "Going Up"
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Land O Lakes, US
          

Today on the High Road to Taos, NM I came across a church at Penasco Pueblo and there was a ladder leaning against the side of the old adobe church.

D800, Nikkor 35mm f/2.8, ISO 400, f/22 at 1/40 with polarizing filter




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Shivan Registered since 03rd Feb 2013Mon 25-Mar-13 05:36 AM
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#26. "RE: Going Up"
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Coimbatore, IN
          

Amazing perspective.

  

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#36. "RE: Going Up"
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metro Columbus Area, US
          

Or going down into an abyss? Love it because it makes your mind think about "which way is up?".

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#24. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines-storm"
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Santa Fe, US
          

Storm straight ahead



F9 1/30 ISO200

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#25. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines-Water"
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Santa Fe, US
          

Leading water..



F16 ISO200 D300

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TheLesters Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Oct 2011Tue 26-Mar-13 12:01 AM
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#27. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Tue 26-Mar-13 12:04 AM by TheLesters

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The leading lines from the left (bushes), lead the eye to the circles, and the leading line from the bottom right takes the eye back to the center of the photo.





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#28. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Love how the one on the right makes an arrow! Very nice.

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#29. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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"Early Morning Light
I wanted to break the large expanse of open ice and direct the eye towards the mountains giving them more weight in the picture then they would have given their distance from the viewer. The leading line of this pressure ridge seemed to do this.

D200, ISO 200, Tokina 11/16 @16, f3 for 1/3 sec.



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#30. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines: Atigun Pass, Brooks Range, Alaska"
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Taken with D600, 28-300mm at 62mm Nikkor, 1/400s, f/32, -1 EV, Aperture Priority, Auto White Balance.



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jdroach Platinum Member Fellow Ribbon awarded. John exhibits true Nikonian spirit by frequently posting images and requesting comments and critique, which he graciously accepts. He is an inspiration to all of us through constant improvement in his own work, keen observations and excellent commentary on images posted by others. Nikonian since 21st Mar 2009Fri 29-Mar-13 04:08 PM
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#31. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines: Crossing the Yukon"
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Taken with D600, 28-300mm at 112mm Nikkor, 1/500s, f/8, Manual Exposure and Auto White Balance. What a terrific trip -- saw Alaska Pipeline, Dalton Highway, Aurora Borealis, etc., etc.



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TheLesters Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Oct 2011Sat 30-Mar-13 02:03 AM
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#32. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Birmingham, US
          

85MM @ 2.8 1/320 ISO 200


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#33. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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85MM 1/50@2.8 ISO 200



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TheLesters Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Oct 2011Sat 30-Mar-13 02:20 AM
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#34. "RE: March, 2013 Assignment – Leading Lines"
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Birmingham, US
          

80MM 1/800 @ 5.6 ISO 200


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skibreeze7 Gold Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for the continuous sharing of his inspirational photographic abilities and for helping and encouraging members as they advance from beginner into advanced photography. Laureate Ribbon awarded for winning in the Best of Nikonians 2013 images Photo Contest Nikonian since 18th Nov 2006Mon 01-Apr-13 05:58 AM
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#38. "Radical Radiance"
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Astoria, US
          

Nikon D800, F/16, 1 sec, ISO 100, Tamron 90mm macro

Came up with this concept a couple of weeks ago, but procrastinated until tonight, to actually capture the image.











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