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Winner: Rafi in Profile
Ad campaign: Noble house-cat Challenge finished on Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012 A veterinary pharmaceutical maker needs an image of a house-cat for an upcoming ad campaign. The cat must be a typical house cat of any breed, but it must appear dignified and noble, not goofy and playful. The cat must also be healthy and attractive, the sort of animal you would want to enter in a cat show.
Winner: Remembering the Past: Bar with Stools
Remembering the Past: Bar with Stools Challenge finished on Tuesday, 23 Oct 2012 Enter a bar with stools in a commercial establishment, current or from the past. Do not use a bar and stools in a home but in a restaurant, soda shop, or bar. Please include a title and location.
Winner: Barbados Stamp
Philately Challenge finished on Tuesday, 23 Oct 2012 Create postage stamps with your own photos. Each stamp must not be bigger than 320 pixels per side. The entry can have more than 1 stamp. It can show a single stamp, stamps on a parcel from Grandma or a stamp sheet. But remember the size limit for each stamp. Not required but you can make it look as real as you want with country, denomination and tear holes. No real stamps.
Winner: Indian eyes
Classical Portraiture II Challenge finished on Tuesday, 23 Oct 2012 Good portraits in the classical tradition attempt to show people as they are. A classical portrait is minimalist portraiture, since it emphasizes the most recognizable part of a subject, the face. Everything else is less important. Typically, the subjects in these portraits aren't doing anything, they simply *are*. Their poses are relaxed without appearing stiff or awkward. Lighting is very important to give shape to the face, often using Chiaroscuro or Rembrandt lighting. These photographers made at least some famous portraits in the classical manner: Julia Margaret Cameron, Arnold Newman, Irving Penn, Yousuf Karsh, Alfred Stieglitz, Imogene Cunningham, and Philippe Halsman. Find some inspiration in these painters also: John Singer Sargent, Velazquez, Hans Holbein The Younger, Rembrandt, Anthony Van Dyck, Raphael, Joshua Reynolds, and Jan van Eyck.
Winner: The Iron Sheik
Blood, Bloody...Blooded!! - PLS NOTE - SIZE RULE!! Challenge finished on Tuesday, 23 Oct 2012 Your visual interpretation of the title. Your image *must* evoke a recognition, the identification, or a concept of the Title as thoughts, awareness &/or feelings by the viewer. B&W or Colour
Winner: Moon River
Andy Williams - Moon River. Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Oct 2012 With the recent sad passing of the legendary singer Andy Williams I though it might be interesting to have a challenge dedicated to one of his most popular songs, Moon River, Use any part of the song as inspiration for a photo but try & include a river in the image as thats obviously the main theme of the song, I have uploaded a couple of sample images but I am sure you have your own idears, Please read the additional rules which include the song lyrics.
Winner: The Composite Eyes
Eyes Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Oct 2012 Focus on eyes: bugs, people, animals. The photo has to really emphasize the eyes.
Winner: Backstage at the ballet
Gender Role Reversal Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Oct 2012 Take a picture where your subject is playing the part of the opposite gender. You may also have two subjects playing opposite roles. Use your discretion as to the subtly of your imagery - cross dressing is allowed but not required. Be creative, think outside of the box.
Winner: Survival of the fittest!
Strength Challenge finished on Sunday, 21 Oct 2012 Photographs showcasing 'strength'... of any type Open for interpretations...