Indy Photo Coach 2:34am, 22 October 2008
Upload a shot that illustrates your interpretation of the word "Full."

Tell us a little about it.

Here's a reminder how to post to the assignment:
1. Become a Flickr member.

2. Take a self-portrait and upload it to your Flick account

3. On that photo's page, click the "all sizes" tab

4. Choose "Small"

5. Under the photo, it will say "Copy and paste this HTML into your webpage" - Select and copy that text.

6. Go to THIS post and in the "reply" box, paste the HTML script. Feel free to include a few comments about the shot after it.

7. Use the 'preview' function to make sure it worked, or click "post now" to submit it to the discussion!
moostang78 10 years ago
I wish someone would post something so I can see what you are doing.....I am brain dead on this assingment. :o)
GillianSpring 10 years ago
I've got a couple of ideas, but I have to set them up to shoot them....hang in'll think of something!
moostang78 Posted 10 years ago. Edited by moostang78 (member) 10 years ago
Full of Myself

Ok so here it is - I don't know if it qualifies. The main picture was taken this evening for this project. - Full of myself.
lndz919 10 years ago
That is such a cool idea...great job!
GillianSpring 10 years ago are truly creative and don't forget it!
Venu_Nair PRO Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Venu_Nair (member) 10 years ago

Does this qualify for a FULL Assignment theme?
Serge Melki PRO 10 years ago

La goutte qui a débordé le verre

the droplet that overflowed the glass -- typical translation:
the straw that broke the camel's back!.
Indy Photo Coach 10 years ago
Looks great everyone! Way to go...

These "assignments" are a great way to stretch your creativity and break you out of a normal routine in photography by causing you to shoot other subjects and topics.
GillianSpring 10 years ago
Full House

Full House... I've never been so lucky!
agnisflugen 10 years ago
have had better days.

full of heartbreak and saturated with sorrow....
jamiesimage 10 years ago
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