February 2009 assignment: Curves

I have chosen curves as February’s assignment and it should be a subject wide enough to have different interpretations and pictures. A quick reminder about the rules

  1. You are free to shoot as many pictures as you want for the given theme
  2. All pictures should be shot during the assignment period
  3. Tag your pictures with “adidap.com Feb 09 assignment” (with the quotes)
  4. Submit your pictures to the ADIDAP Flickr group (optional)
  5. Share your best in the theme thread in the flickr group

Now let’s take a look at the results of January’s assignment. I did my best to include one picture for each one who submitted but I am sorry if I missed some.

Horse Searching for Grass in the Snow (by Steve G. Bisig)

Compliments of a Freezing Fog (by Caffery)

Launching pad makes ice dancing easier. (by Cocoabiscuit)

Mauch Chunk Lake (by pszaro)

Snowy Seat (by GenBug)

Trashcans in the snow (by www.robertkneschke.de)

Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA (by Serge Melki)

Carving - Rockland Lake (by seanjonesfoto)

road (by denis.volk)

Ice Storm 02 (by RobDurfee)

Global warming, cold winter and shortage of gas supply! (by dani.Co)

snow (by Diana S)

Winter morning in Stockholm (by PJRose)

Neuse River Snow (by SingNShoot)

  • The January assignment was a blast, and I look forward to viewing everyone’s work on future assignments!

    Keep up the great work with the blog! I love it! 🙂

    Be well…


  • I saw your January assignment, but I live in a tropical country so couldn’t participate. Looking forward to submitting something for February, however.

    Nice site!

  • Pingback: links for 2009-03-06 | Steve G. Bisig Photography()

  • The photos for the winter assignment are great, now that its summer it makes me really appreciate the warm weather tehe. My favorite would have to be the one of the man shoveling the snow.

  • And at that time, Cartwright recounted that this photography was merely a hobby, and that she had no idea she would some day build upon it and help it grow

  • I've used CurveEQ and Har-Bal. I like how on Har-Bal that you can zoom in really close to draw the curve you want but it's inconvenient..

  • Superb ice photography!