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-Economics of Scale- (in Full Colours Only) Challenge finished on Monday, 21 Dec 2015 Take a dayshot of one or more than one human adult(s) which matches the title. Think mass amounts of supply, products, parts, material etc handled by one or few number of worker. Face of the main subject must be visible. Photo can be taken with any camera. Sunset/sunrise shots are acceptable provided they are not those silhouette type of shots.
It's a sign Challenge finished on Monday, 21 Dec 2015 Submit a photo of a sign – street signs, billboards, etc.
Winner: Still Life
A Bowl of fruit! Photos inspired by still life art Challenge finished on Monday, 21 Dec 2015 Dig into your inner still life and shoot a bowl of fruit. make it the most inviting fruit bowl ever. Study the Masters and try to be influenced by them. Dutch still life was an art movement that still inspires some today.
Winner: Dolomite Hut
Cabin Challenge finished on Sunday, 20 Dec 2015 Submit a photo of a cabin, tiny house, cob house, batch, straw bale, or cord house. House should be less than 2000 square feet.
Winner: The Grand Canyon
national parks Challenge finished on Sunday, 20 Dec 2015 please submit a photo from a national park. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Lake Lucerne from Chänzeli (Burgenstock)
Black & White Photo of the Week #8 Challenge finished on Sunday, 20 Dec 2015 Submit a Black & White photo taken after the announcement date. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view
Winner: You alright down there
Shadows in Nature Challenge finished on Saturday, 19 Dec 2015 This challenge is all about shadows, but the entries MUST be nature-based. This is a colour challenge, so no black and white, or monochromatic entries please. The subjects of your entries is up to you, but must be natural. Man-made objects or constructions should be minimal, and not the subject of your picture; no humans, or domestic pets. The shadows must be shadows, NO reflections or silhouettes accepted. For this challenge: SHADOW: A dark image caused on a surface by light. It is not the object itself, but the shape of the object created by blocking the light. REFLECTION: An image that is seen in a mirror or shiny surface, or one given back by a reflecting surface. SILHOUETTE: A dark shape in front of a light background. The silhouette shows an actual subject, but with the background lit so that the subject's details are not seen, just their shape. Macro and close-ups welcome. Size of entry: 1,600 pixels on its longer side.
Winner: Autumn colours
Your Best From the Panasonic LX100 Challenge finished on Saturday, 19 Dec 2015 Submit your best image taken with the Panasonic LX100. Any subject matter as long as it's suitable for a family audience.
Winner: A lightning storm, under a starlit sky
Lightning strike Challenge finished on Friday, 18 Dec 2015 "A lightning strike (or is an electric discharge between the atmosphere and an earth-bound object. They mostly originate in the thundercloud and terminate on the ground, called cloud to ground lightning." - Wikipedia. Submit a picture of a lightning (natural or artificial). The artificial lightning must be generated in a large scale laboratory. No small scale electric arcs / discharges.
Winner: Symmetrical Stairway
Using a structure: Changing levels Challenge finished on Friday, 18 Dec 2015 As cities grow and become more densely populated, space on earth becomes more costly and sought after. Consequently, we expand and capture space by building upwards - ever higher and higher. In this, we are met with the challenge of how to move people and goods efficiently and smoothly between levels in our buildings. For some structures it will be stairways; escalators will be the answer for some applications and in many, elevators will offer a solution. In assisting users with mobility challenges, ramps or other means will be needed. In many, all methods will be incorporated. In all cases, how to integrate these choices into a design that is atractive, efficient, functional and cohesive will continue to drive designers to more and more innovative solutions. Our challenge will be to reflect on the choices made and memorialize the results. Each choice will offer many opportunities to deliver photographs that provide us with thoughtful and attractive visual grist for our mills. Enjoy!