animals

To guys and a dog by Inger Lise Hølto

 
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After an inspirational workshop about street photography with

Eivind Natvig

, I had to go out and try taking pictures of strangers myself. 

I found out a couple of things: 

1) Having a dog must be much like having a baby. It is easy to get in touch with people and especially other dog owners.

2) It isn't as hard as i thought. 

Oslo Fotomaraton 2012 by Inger Lise Hølto

This weekend I entered an informal competition much like a marathon, only not as sporty. 12 hours, 12 assignments, 12 photographs. And please remember; no editing of any kind allowed, and photos had to be taken in the same order as tasks given. Major letdown. But the day itself was great fun and I loved to be challenged this way. I will definitely go for it next year as well.

It is not my proudest photo moment but here is my entry:

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#1 Soft

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#2 Green

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#3 Near

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#4 Light

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#5 Border

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#6 Portrait of a stranger

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#7 Red

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#8 Round

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#9 Triangle

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#10 Tight

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#11 Wet

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#12 Darkness

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These are our assignments

What do you think?

There will be an exhibition in September but I don't know where and when yet. 

Visit

Oslo Fotomaraton

for more information. I will absolutely recommend it!

They are friends now by Inger Lise Hølto

 
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After years with them fighting and having to lock one of them up in another room (usually the dog), I am really happy to see them enjoying each others company at last. All though it looks like my dog is only trying to get away from him, I think its more like he is trying to get closer to me. Or first in line.