Iron Photographer #15

Here are your new elements: 1 - a brush 2 - something crumpled 3 - creatively overexposed The brush can be any sort of brush. Toothbrush, hair brush, shoe brush, it doesn't matter. It simple needs to be readily apparent that it's a brush. We realize that something crumpled is pretty vague. We simply mean a thing that is crushed, creased, collapsed in on itself. A tin can, a sheet of paper, a milk carton, a cardboard box. It doesn't matter if you crumple it yourself or if you find it crumpled. Here comes the more difficult element: creatively overexposed. What the hell does that mean? It means you have to disregard the traditional rules of exposure. If your camera suggests you shoot the photo at f5.6 and 1/60th of a second, you tell your camera to get stuffed. Expose it longer, or use a larger aperture...you choose. Or you can choose to overexpose the image in post processing. It's entirely up to you. So, here we are, ready to step into Iron Photographer 15. So get out there and overexpose yourselves.
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