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Forum: Troubleshooting and Beginner Help 2 Days Ago  
Clackers' Beginners Tip 27: Conjunction
Posted By clackers
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Good morning, everyone. I'm in trouble at work, I think.

In a safety meeting last week they asked me what steps I'd take in a fire.

Apparently, 'Really big and fast ones' was the wrong answer.

So I went for a job interview at Ikea yesterday.

The manager said, "Come in, make a seat!"

This week I want to talk about conjunction as an artistic technique. What you'll do is link together two subjects in your frame.

You might in street photography compare the activities of an old person in the scene with a young person, as if you're comparing their states of mind at their different stages of life. You might in product photography link what's being sold with another household object that suggests affluence.

Here is a shot I did below with the K-1 and Tamron 70-200mm f2.8 where the link between the ball and the sun is geometric. It's important to compose to get the proportions and distances between the objects to be to your satisfaction.

To finish with, there's the story of little Johnny who's 'playing truant' from school one day looking at stuff in his parents' room when suddenly his mother comes home with a man. He hides in the closet.

Suddenly the closet door opens, the man comes in and closes the door, just as he hears his father come into the room.

He whispers, 'Ewe weee, sure is dark in here.'

The man whispers "Shhhhh. Don't make any noise."

Johnny says, "Give me twenty bucks or I'm going to scream."

The man gives him $20 and they wait until his father is gone.

A few weeks later little Johnny is feeling really guilty about what he's done. Even though he hasn't been to confession for years, he decides to confess.

Upon entering the box he says, 'Ewe wee, sure is dark in here.'

The priest replies, "Please don't start that crap again."


Next Week in Beginners Tips: Eye Direction (Part One)

Find the rest of the series here: Clackers' Beginners Tips (Collected) - PentaxForums.com

Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 3 Hours Ago  
:cool: Lets see those ''film'' shots
Posted By Eyewanders
Replies: 24,423
Views: 3,127,618
Dude.... (as they say)
Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 5 Hours Ago  
:cool: Lets see those ''film'' shots
Posted By Swift1
Replies: 24,423
Views: 3,127,618
From June 2015...



Untitled by Colton Allen, on Flickr
Rolleiflex 3.5F
Schneider Kreuznach Xenotar 75/3.5
Expired Kodak Portra 400UC
Epson V500
Forum: Film SLRs and Compact Film Cameras 5 Hours Ago  
Gear P0rn - post it if you got it.
Posted By s14brent
Replies: 8,376
Views: 1,099,548


got some new goodies for my fm2n this week.
Forum: Mini-Challenges, Games, and Photo Stories 3 Hours Ago  
Game Single in June 2022
Posted By Minimonster
Replies: 181
Views: 3,160
I've just had a look through my album of shots from SIC in April and mine seems to have been pretty good wide open at 135.

One green bottle standing on a wall. by Mini Monster, on Flickr

Flowers in the grass by Mini Monster, on Flickr
Forum: Pentax K-3 III 6 Hours Ago  
Post your K3 iii pictures.
Posted By siluet
Replies: 1,955
Views: 154,444
here from me : k3 iii with 150-450
Forum: Post Your Photos! 3 Hours Ago  
Macro Playing Hide and Seek
Posted By ToddK
Replies: 1
Views: 44
with a tiny spider. This is a very tiny spider that I spotted and was chasing around the flower to take its photo. I would take a shot, and it would run to the opposite side. We did this several times until I finally left him alone.:)
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