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Winner: Diving for the camera
Gliders Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Mar 2013 Upload the picture of a glider on the ground or in flight. Pictures from the cockpit are allowed but a significant part of the glider must be visible (dashboard, wing, engine, fuselage, tail). Both civilian or military are accepted. No hang gliders or paragliders please.
Sunset - Heavily post-processed II Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013 A sunset heavily post-processed. Please, read full rules!
Winner: Carved Work Boot
Look What They Made! Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013 Your friends and relatives have creative powers too, right? Show us what they made! It can be anything, from utensils trough adaptations to outright patents! But it can only be your photo of something they made (a document to the fact), NOT their photographic work as such. Object-wise, anything goes, so try to present it well - and PLEASE OBSERVE THE RULES!
The Lonely Tree Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013 Very simple: just submit your best picture of one single, lonely tree. There should be only one tree visible at the photo. Please read the rules carefuly
Winner: Cambodian woman monk
cambodia 1 of 4: environmental portraits Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013 When we think of Cambodia, our thoughts naturally turn to Angkor Wat. But its people are incredibly photogenic. From monks, to adorable children, to adults working in their day-to-day lives, it's hard to find a person that is not worthy of a photograph. So, show us these images. No close-ups...that will be for next week's challenge. 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. **UPDATE** FOR THIS CHALLENGE, YOU **MUST** VOTE ON OR BEFORE TUESDAY. (IE, YOU HAVE ONLY 6 DAYS TO VOTE, INSTEAD OF 7 DAYS!!!!).
Winner: Big Jelly
Jellyfish Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013 Please let us see your best picture of a jellyfish. Open water or aquarium - proper camera or phone camera - no restrictions.
Winner: Chestnut-Eared Aracari in the Pantanal
Black and White entry of 1 colorful bird. See special rules. Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013 We love photographing the rich colors of birds. Work with a colorful bird (like a parrot) and create an interesting black and white entry. (No sepia, no color please). Entry must state the color(s) of the bird in the title or description and the color must not be a black or white bird. It must have other color to fit the challenge. I feel voting helps the challenges, so this challenge is open to those who have done some voting. See RULE 2.
Winner: Wintry Central Park
Michael L NYC 99
Michael L NYC 99
- Bare Trees in the Cold City - (Full Colour Only + Border, Title, Date) Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013 Winter is coming to an end in the Northern Hemisphere. Now is a good time to take some shots of the unique scenery where the trees are bare in the City. Each DPReview account is allowed two entries to this challenge, provided are of a different scenery. Put a Border and Title on the photograph. Please also watermark the capture date (correct to the month).
Winner: a little help
A story behind: Person&Animal Challenge finished on Wednesday, 20 Mar 2013 Submit a picture which shows the closeness of a person and an animal. Air,land or water creatures are all accepted. There can be more than one person or more than one animal but please ensure that there is at least one of both.
Winner: Soft & Silent
Book illustration: Feather Challenge finished on Wednesday, 20 Mar 2013 A textbook publisher needs an image of a feather for a high school science book. The image can be of a single, well-lit feather, or a good example of plumage—not a photo of a bird. The image must be illustrative so creative interpretations of feathers will be sadly disqualified. Show us a photo that really shows off the qualities of a feather.