Love: In Three Frames

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In honor of Valentine’s Day, use three photos to tell the story of a relationship. You can use “real” photos that you’ve taken in a relationship. Or search for Creative Commons images on Flickr and find a story to tell with what you discover. You can find a bunch of examples at Slate today.

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Original DS 106 Assignment: Love: In Three Frames

Our love in three photos. This was the “try a random one” assignment I got, which perfectly

This week was all about photography.  This assignment asked me to tell a love story using three pictures.  So here you go:


Holding your hand,

So beautiful and elegant waiting for someone to come sweep you up. The way you shine in the lights is irresistible.

I was just a

 

This assignment (worth three stars) required me to tell a love story in three photos. I used this assignment to tell the

Love: In Three Frames
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I chose three pictures that I thought summed up a relationship that summed up Brooke Davis. Honestly, this

For this assignment, I had to use three photos to tell as story about a relationship between myself and something that I love. So,

For this assignment, I had to use three photos to tell as story about a relationship between myself and something that I love. So,

I had the most fun this week with the “Love: In Three Frames” assignment and knew almost immediately what to make mine about.  As

As I attempt to catch up on ds106 I’m trying some visual assignments. For Father’s Day (a day that always slips past me as it

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