Need Advice On A Photography Series.

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For my photography (black and white) class I have to turn in a 4 - 8 photo series. I am totally and utterly stumped on what to do it on. Anyone want to throw a little advice at me, or perhaps point to some examples to help inspire me.

I was going to take a picture of a tree..same spot..same look...at different times throughout the day...but it didn't work out very well.
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How about the parts of the tree? It is sometimes a good idea to take a wide angle shot, then a closer view, then a closeup on one part. Just find something interesting about your subject and take a few shots from different angles/lighting situations.
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Actually when I saw that the tree-time project wasn't going to look good, I did use the rest of the film to take pictures of the parts of the tree...close..far. There were two trees I was sort of found of, so I pretty much used my whole roll of flim (36) between the two.
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Hope everything worked out ok in the end!
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Well i'm developing my film tomorrow, I'll post my pictures then. I also had a ditigal camera with me, so although I didn't get any cool photos of the trees I did get one of the sky and come coyotes that were running bye. When I get home i'll post them

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