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Friday, November 19, 2004

Picture of the day

Picture of the Day

By Jonathan Boer

Runner Up

Picture of the Day Runner Up

By Kylie Lau

 

Contest Winner

Excursion Contest Winner

By Jason Lau

 

Contest Winner

Twelve Apostles Contest Winner

By Kelsey Schweickert

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Friday, November 19, 2004

All of us got up at 3:30 am. (You mean there really is a 3:30 in the morning?) Yes, and it’s early. It was cold too. Quite cold actually, and raining.

Our purpose in this seemingly insane undertaking was to photograph the beautiful sunrise over the Twelve Apostles rock formation on the southern coast. We thought that with all these rainclouds the sunrise would look exceptionally breathtaking. To be concise, it did not. There was an overabundance of rain coming from an overabundance of clouds which were completely blocking the sunrise sector of the sky. But all was not lost. We took some amzing photos of the stormy sea and the diffused sunlight coming across two of the apostles. (James and John, I think)

The rest of the day was much more enjoyable–we spent it taking even more amazing photographs of scenic waterfalls and a majestic redwood forest. All in all, the day was a huge success. This is a testimony to God’s ability to take a fair to poor experience and make it into an excellent one. His grace and favor was clearly upon us as we took in the sights and sounds of his wonderful world.

Meow!

–ATI Student Caleb Hendon

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Thursday, November 18, 2004

Picture of the Day

Picture of the Day

By Tim Nicholas

 

Runner Up

Picture of the Day Runner Up

By Lauren Ellis

 

Runner Up

Picture of the Day Runner Up

By Melanie Williams

 

Contest Winner

People Contest Winner

By Rhonda Schilg

 

Contest Winner

People Contest Winner

By Tina Sauners

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Thursday, November 18, 2004

Wow! It started as a normal day, well for IPS at least. We loaded up in the van and off we went to the Victoria Market in Melbourne to take portrait shots. I loved it! My shots didn’t come out the way I liked, but I could actually see the flaws. Just being able to get different people to pose and finding out a bit about each one’s life really put a precious memory behind each picture.

We continued with an awesome trip down the Great Ocean Road! For the first time I could actually see what would give me a meaningful picture.

One thing I learned from this course is that I love portraits! I’m really looking forward to putting into practice the things I’ve learned. I’m grateful for the opportunity the Lord gave me to attend Prizewinning Photography. I know that each photo I take now will have more clarity and impact, thus giving me a better token of the moment I wish to remember.

—Prizewinning Photography Student Diane Sanborn

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Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Picture of the day

Picture of the Day

By Kylie Lau

 

Runner Up

Picture of the Day Runner Up

By Rachael Shearer

 

Picture of the day

Picture of the Day Runner Up

By Jonathan Boer

 

Contest Winner

Animal Contest Winner

By Kelsey Schweickert

 

Contest Winner

History Contest Winner

By Dave Sproul

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