Working outside on a sunny day, photograph low and high key versions of 10 different plants or trees. Don’t try to do this on an overcast day. Check the weather and plan ahead.
Find a plant or tree that has direct sunlight on part of it and is also partially in shade. Adjusting your exposure, take two different versions of this subject, one that is low key where dark tones predominate but there is something bright and one that is largely bright but where there is something in shadow.
This does not mean to take an over and under exposed photo of your subject. If the light levels across your subject are even this will happen.
Make sure to look for scenes where the light level is bright in places and dark in others.
Due: October 6 at 8 am.
Post your final 20 photos an album in Flickr. Send your best 5 to the group.