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11-17-2020, 07:46 PM - 2 Likes   #1
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Ch-Ch-Changes: Before and After

Hi all;

This thread is for images showing change over time. The time span can be seconds or years, just show images that follow this theme. I'll start with the two week's worth of difference between these two shots.

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11-17-2020, 07:54 PM   #2
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Very cool! Love fall!
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Nice idea. Itís a beautiful change there.
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Nice! The idea has crossed my mind, but looking through my images it is evident that I rarely shoot the same scene more than once. The reason is that if I have taken an image of something, well, that's been done, all inspiration gone. I need to get better at discovering new things in familiar surroundings. But will I? Dunno...

Anyway, looking forward to see some more changes

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I often revisit a few ponds or wetlands looking for herons and other birds. This heron mostly sits in the same spot, the difference between the two days is from the light.




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And here's a video for this topic, I've learned a lot from trying his exercise of working the same subject multiple days in a row
11-18-2020, 08:29 AM   #6
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QuoteOriginally posted by aaacb Quote
I often revisit a few ponds or wetlands looking for herons and other birds. This heron mostly sits in the same spot, the difference between the two days is from the light.




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And here's a video for this topic, I've learned a lot from trying his exercise of working the same subject multiple days in a row
Landscape Photography || Photograhing the same composition six days in a row - YouTube
Excellent! Thanks for the link!

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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
Nice! The idea has crossed my mind, but looking through my images it is evident that I rarely shoot the same scene more than once. The reason is that if I have taken an image of something, well, that's been done, all inspiration gone. I need to get better at discovering new things in familiar surroundings. But will I? Dunno...

Anyway, looking forward to see some more changes
Ah, but is it the same scene if the lighting has changed, or you're in a different mood when you're shooting?

As I often take shots along the route I travel on the way to work, I just try to see things afresh each time. A lot of my images may look similar, but I try to respond from the moment as much as I can.
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From several years ago

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Ah, but is it the same scene if the lighting has changed, or you're in a different mood when you're shooting?

As I often take shots along the route I travel on the way to work, I just try to see things afresh each time. A lot of my images may look similar, but I try to respond from the moment as much as I can.
That is exactly the point. I really struggle with seeing familiar surroundings with new eyes. It's like I switch off my inner photographer.

If I could muster up some self diciplin I'm sure participating here would help me become a better togger. If...

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Very good theme.
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Very good theme.
Thanks! The two shots I posted to get things started were what inspired me to set this thread up.
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Nice views, both times!
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Switzerland? (Or at least Europe?)
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QuoteOriginally posted by aaacb Quote
I often revisit a few ponds or wetlands looking for herons and other birds. This heron mostly sits in the same spot, the difference between the two days is from the light.




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And here's a video for this topic, I've learned a lot from trying his exercise of working the same subject multiple days in a row
Landscape Photography || Photograhing the same composition six days in a row - YouTube
Nice photos! I liked the video too. Thanks for sharing. I might try that.
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Switzerland? (Or at least Europe?)
St Sorlin,a little resort in France.
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I tag some of my images with "Vanished Views" so I can revisit them over time and compare those locations and objects to the current locations.
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