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My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Apr 2014 Did you capture a wonderful photo this week, but there's no current and appropriate challenge to display it? Here is your opportunity to show it to us. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view.
Winner: Glass Table
Macro - Glass Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Apr 2014 Take a macro photo of glass. If you do not have a macro lens, a closeup cropped image is acceptable.
Winner: Old Bluish Green Forged Fence
Old - but still nice - forged Fences Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Apr 2014 Interesting park or garden fences, not new. Better old, still usefull. Only metal fences, not wooden or stone pls.
Winner: Jirisan in Fall
Large Aperture Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Apr 2014 Submit your best photo(s) of something which was shot at a large aperture. It can be absolutely anything: Birds, people, landscapes, still life..... you name it. Try to use the large aperture to blur the background creatively, and more importantly, have fun. Please read the rules carefully before entering.
Winner: Through Thick & Thin
Social Documentary Photography II Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Apr 2014 The world can be a brutal place. Perhaps worse than natural disaster is man's cruelty or indifference to his fellow man. Social documentary photography is a compassionate view of the injustice in the world. The movement started in the 19th century, when cities -- and poverty -- grew at an alarming rate. This was documented by photographers including Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine. During the Great Depression, the U.S. Farm Security Administration hired photographers to document farmers hit hard by the Dust Bowl and the collapse in commodity prices. FSA photographers such as Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Gordon Parks showed the plight of the socially distressed. More recent social documentary photographers include Don McCullin and Manuel Rivera-Ortiz.
Winner: Covered Parking VII
Kodak Challenge Challenge finished on Monday, 07 Apr 2014 Photos taken with a Kodak camera.
Winner: Proud to be Me
-Out And Proud 2 - LGBT Portrait 2014- ( BW shot + Border) Challenge finished on Monday, 07 Apr 2014 Take a day shot or a well lit shot of the above with One or Two human adult(s) as the main subject. The entry should be in BW format. Put a Border on the photograph. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... Sunset/sunrise shots are acceptable provided they are not those silhouette type of shots.
Winner: The Woodsman
Action Sequence Photography Challenge finished on Sunday, 06 Apr 2014 create an image that show an action in sequence by shooting a series of images in where the subject is captured in successive motion. eg. as a snowboarder takes a jump capturing 5-6 images of him/her in different stages of the jump and combine into one image. see examples below. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: walk toward the light
Stairway to heaven Challenge finished on Sunday, 06 Apr 2014 I have always been fascinated with images of different kind stairs taken from various angles. Human have never fallen short in designing ways to go up. This challenge is focused on showing the different types of stairs from modern, ancient, vintage, and wherever you can find them. Time to go up a notch :)
Mobile Phone Captures Challenge finished on Saturday, 05 Apr 2014 As the saying goes, the best camera is the camera you have with you. Often times, it's the much maligned mobile phone camera. But have you captured an image so impressive, it looks like it was taken with a much better spec'ed camera? Show us an image so good, others would need to look at the EXIF to tell it was done with a mobile phone camera.