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Winner: picture of crowd_01
Airshow crowd Challenge finished on Friday, 28 Dec 2012 The subject of this challenge are people watching an airshow. If possible, upload a picture taken from an aircraft in flight that's overflying the area. Close-ups of people in the crowd are acceptable (people with cameras, children, etc).
Winner: Joshua Tree
- A 'Snapseed' Scenery- (Colour Photos + Filter(s) + Border) Challenge finished on Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 As the Snapseed app is now free till the end of year, I would like to throw a challenge based on it. Basically take a daytime shot of human-less scenery and process it with Snapseed, ideally with the filters. Shot must be landscape in orientation capturing a reasonably adequate viewing area. Finally, put a border around the photo.
Winner: California Winters
Sunset in the beach I Challenge finished on Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 A sunset as seen from the beach. Please, read full rules!
Winner: Magic Lamp
Liquid In Liquid Challenge finished on Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 For my 50th Cjhallenge, find your inspiration in two interacting (kinds of) liquids! Present it attractively, and you may win this one. The rules are fairly standard and simple to observe, so PLEASE do it right the first time!
Carnations Challenge finished on Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 Very simple: just submit your best picture of carnation(s). Please read the rules carefuly
Winner: Santa Fe Express Steam Loco
Wheel(s) must be the focal point Challenge finished on Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 Cars, bikes, trikes, kids toys, steering wheels, rubber wheels, Ferris wheels, roulette wheels, etc. Ordinary subject... yes! But make sure the wheel(s) are prominently displayed, a key element, where your eyes are drawn to them yet you also have an interesting photograph. With any challenge, you can make the ordinary, interesting. An everyday snapshot won't do well so think about what you can submit that will be of interest to all of us.
Winner: The line
Book jacket: I've been here before, too Challenge finished on Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 A publisher requires a photograph for the dust sleeve of a hardcover book. The book is a sort of philosophical essay (or rambling musings as the editor jokes). As such, there is not a specific topic or subject that requires illustrating. The thing is, whatever subject you choose must (MUST) be on the right half of the image and there must be space in the top third (of that part of the photo) to print the title. Do not put a title on your image. Do not put any text or any placeholders, just a 16:9 image with the subject on the right side and room at the top for a title.
Winner: Late Afternoon
The perfect body Challenge finished on Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 Show us a picture of single human body. which you think is in perfect shape. Voters will judge it.
A story behind: Nature Challenge finished on Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 This is meant to be a meaningful picture. A picture which tells us the history. Like an animal ravaging through human litter tells us how people have invaded their homes. An injured animal shows the abuse its has taken on. So please provide your best shot here at portraying a history. It can be good things too.