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My hot..... (capture date rule) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 27 Mar 2012 "My hot....." Well, continue the sentence with a photo. Wife? Girlfriend? Husband? Dog? Sauna? The choice is yours and it can be "whatever", but it must be illustrated with a picture. Anything goes, as long as it is taken within the announcement- and submission time of this challenge.
Winner: Doggone Hydromechanics
Washing & Cleansing Challenge finished on Tuesday, 27 Mar 2012 Whether personal, industrial, human or animal, machinized or by hand… The most common use of water besides drinking should be in our focus in this Challenge. Be inventive and fill the frame with the process, excluding all kinds of advertising elements from our view. God knows there is more than way too much of that on the telly… PLEASE OBSERVE ALL THE RULES. It is the best way to avoid disqualification.
Winner: Climb On
Action series... Climbing (No wings allowed) Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Mar 2012 People, pets, wild animals, caterpillars or ants are OK. Nothing with wings (no birds or flying insects or planes). It must look like the subject is climbing. Examples are: A rock climber, a child on monkey bars, an ant on a flower stem, a squirrel on a tree trunk. Please don't post your photo to facebook. Win with your talent, not your friends.
- Waiting ... for anything... Part II - (BW Shot with Adult Human(s) Only) Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Mar 2012 Take a shot (or a few shots), preferably spontaneous and unposed of your subject/subjects waiting. They could be waiting for anything... waiting for a bus, for a relative, waiting for a death sentence, for a surgical operation, for the results of their HIV test, or for the rain to stop. Whether they are zoned out, or extremely focused, get that winning shot that shouts 'Waiting.' I originally threw this challenge> 2 years ago during my first week as a Challenge Host.
Interior Spaces-No More Than 10% Ceilings (no humans or animals) - Note New Rules About Ceilings Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Mar 2012 Submit any image representing indoors, day or night, just so it's not outside and no humans or animals anywhere in sight. Ceilings must not take up any more than 10% of the image. I'm looking for a sense of space, not an image of a wall or a ceiling. Submitted image cannot exceed 1600 pix on longest side.
Winner: Kayaking @ Sunrise
Sunrise sunset Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 This challenge is for images of sunrises or sunsets. There is no size rule, and no capture date rule, but images should have minimal post processing. Please include location of where image was taken.
The Shelf Story Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 A shelf (be it a cabinet, a cupboard, a wardrobe or like) tells many things about the owner/keeper. Let's take photographs of such shelves. It could contain clothes, books, crockery, kitchen utensils, chemical laboratory equipment... just anything you can think of. Just keep in mind it should be a shelf which is used in real life... no other interpretation.
Nature in the cities - Nature seen through the human eye 4/7 Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 This is the fourth challenge in the "Nature seen through the human eye" series. Our concrete jungles are filled with small havens of green. Parks and trees. Inspiration is everywhere. ( I do apologize to everybody for having been absent this long, but I had a severe health condition which took a year to heal. Thank you for your understanding )
Winner: Group shot at the window.
Ode To Spot : Please read ALL the rules before entering Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 For this challenge : Domestic cat/s at windows :) [ glass or perspex etc, not cats in view with Windows PC screens, thats a different challenge ;) ] The rules below regarding post processing and additional rules are there to be read also.
Strobist Adventure Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 "Strobists" use portable "hot shoe" flashes instead of studio type lighting equipment in several ways. One is to imitate natural light as much as possible. Another is to duplicate studio style lighting without the big lights. A third is uniquely "strobist", by using the small flashes to create effects not always possible with other types of lighting. Enter your best strobist style photos. Be honest here: do not enter photos using studio flash or continuous lighting (tungsten, fluorescent, LED).