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Winner: Kaieteur Falls, Guyana
- Jungle Trekking - (Full Colours Only + Border, Title, Date) Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Jun 2013 Take a shot of a scenery of your adventure during a trek through a primary or secondary jungle. Put a Border and Title on the photograph. Please also watermark the capture date (correct to the month)
Winner: Making a splash
Australia 2 : Its People (Environmental Portraits only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Jun 2013 Show us these native Aussies, interacting with their environment. Surfers on the waves. Cowboys on the range. Window-washers outside a tall building. Use your creativity to show us a slice of life in Oz. Please, enter images that you've not already used in prior challenges . . . let's see something fresh and new from you. (I will likely depend on help from other challenge participants in tracking down violators. So, images that are repeats could be DQ'd at any time . .. even after the challenge ends!) See my earlier challenges, or send me a PM, if you have any questions about what an "environmental" portrait is. In addition, this particular challenge is for subjects that are *not* staring into the camera and/or not posing for the camera. Entrants are required to (1) vote for each other entry, (2) read the comments (if any) below this challenge, in case I or other entrants post with Rules questions or clarifications, and (3) follow each of the challenge rules.
Magazine editorial: What we can't see Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Jun 2013 Advances in technology have enabled more people to take more photos than ever before. Photographers are looking beyond the everyday photos and creating images that require special lenses (e.g., shift/tilt) and/or processing techniques (e.g., HDR). The editors of this magazine want to explore this new world with a collection of images that are beyond human perception. They want images that can not be taken with a regular camera by a regular person. They want time lapse, long exposure, infra-red, super macro, and other out-of-the-ordinary photos to illustrate this article. Provide some OUTSTANDING photographs.
Winner: Second Sunset
Beaches Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Jun 2013 Submit any photo with a beach in it. It can be a landscape shot, portrait shot... As long as the photo shows it is located at a beach. The aim of the challenge is to showcase the beauty of the beach or to infuse the beach well with the subject. So please vote according to how well the beach goes in the photo. For example if the beach suits as a great background.
Winner: The castle-fortress De Haar
Defense Challenge finished on Tuesday, 04 Jun 2013 Theme : Fortresses or parts of defensive structures. Do not show equipment only. Mandatory to mention the location in the title.
Winner: We shall overcome!
Strength in Weakness Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Jun 2013 Visualize the challenge theme with as much creativity as you can muster. Second concentrate on orchestrating your talking image in a pleasing way. Finally the photographic proficiency shouldn't fall too short.
Kid's Birthday Parties Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Jun 2013 Show me a child/children under 10 years old having fun at a birthday party
Safe and Sound Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Jun 2013 Digging the tune, "Safe and Sound", from Capital Cities. Show us your photo that depicts to be safe and sound.
-The Roadside Fruit Seller- (Full Colours Only with Border and Title) Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Jun 2013 The challenge here is to get an up close full sized dayshot portrait of an adult human fruit seller out in the open with his /her fruits in the foreground or background. The shot can be a faceshot with neck and shoulders or even more. Silhouettes or faceless/headless shots do not qualify. You may enter up to 2 entries, provided they are different person. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... Please include a border and an appropriate title watermarked on the photo itself.
Winner: Softly Softly Catchee Monkey
Lucky Shot Challenge finished on Sunday, 02 Jun 2013 Were you lucky to capture a unique event? Where just having the camera in hand or set correctly to capture the image was a dash of sheer luck or serendipity? It might be something you were expecting to see, or not. It might be a once-a-year, or a once-in-a-lifetime shot. Examples might be a dog's facial expression while catching a frisbee, an icicle dropping from a roof, or the juxtaposition of unique items in one single place at the same time.