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Winner: Shadow Eyes
-3hirtysomething- (Portraits in Full Colours Only + Border) Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Apr 2015 Take a dayshot or a well lit shot of one male human adult who appears to be between 30-39 years old, as the main subject. Put a Border on the photograph itself. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... Sunset/sunrise shots are acceptable provided they are not those silhouette type of shots.
Winner: Dropcollision in a bubble
High speed photography Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Apr 2015 get destructive, capture a high speed moment with a high shutter speed and flash. burst a water balloon, break a glass, freeze the rippling of flesh as a boxer takes a punch.The capture should be something that cannot be appreciated with the naked eye because it occurs to quickly. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Andy Nikon Shooter
Andy Nikon Shooter
Nature: The True Inventor of VELCRO Challenge finished on Saturday, 04 Apr 2015 Modern-day VELCRO was designed by a Swiss inventor, George de Mestral, after he studied the burdock burrs clinging to his clothes and hair on his dog after a hike in the mountains. In this challenge, show us the sorts of prickly burrs (burs), or seed-sacs which cling to passers-by, in order to travel to new fertile ground. You may enter pictures of small prickly or sticky seeds such as burrs, acaena species, forget-me-nots, burr clover, flowers with sticky stalks such as plumbago, etc. Please don't enter photos of teasels or large thistles, as these are easily seen and avoided when you are out walking. They will have their own challenge in a few weeks' time. Macro and close-up photos welcome. Size of entry: 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side.
Winner: Frozen Lighthouse
Icicles! Challenge finished on Saturday, 04 Apr 2015 Now that winter is over (at least when the submissions start it will be), it's time to show some images of icicles. If the lighting is right, they can glisten with beauty. Although not a requirement, submit an image showing an icicle acting as a prism emitting some of the colors of the rainbow. But whatever your image, try to take one as artistic as you can. Back lighting can be very effective as an example. The image can contain one or more icicles.
Winner: Polish MiG 29
MiGs Challenge finished on Friday, 03 Apr 2015 "MiG aircraft are a staple of the Soviet and Russian air forces, and the Soviet Union sold many of these aircraft within its sphere of influence. They have been used by the air forces of China, North Korea, and North Vietnam in aerial confrontations with American and allied forces, and form part of the air forces of many Arab nations." (Wikipedia) Upload a picture of any MiG aircraft or anything related to it: scale model, T-shirt, key chain and so on. No other aircraft types please, but MiG derivatives re allowed..
Winner: Langkofel group, Dolomites
Pick your Challenge theme Challenge finished on Friday, 03 Apr 2015 Not many upcoming challenges right now. So what would YOU like to see as a challenge? Submit a photo with a theme/genre you wish would be offered. State n the description what the challenge theme is/would be.
Winner: North Iceland seascape
ND, 2 Challenge finished on Friday, 03 Apr 2015 Time for another ND filter challenge. Submit an image taken with a neutral density filter. The subject is open. Please refer to rules.
Winner: Murano Glass
Murano glass Challenge finished on Friday, 03 Apr 2015 Show us anything that is related to Murano glass: The making, chandelier, factories, sculptures ...
Old Taps Challenge finished on Friday, 03 Apr 2015 Send any kind of photo of Old Taps ( A faucet for drawing water from a pipe or cask ). Old Taps may be rusted, antique, unused..or running one.. may be made with any material..may be located anywhere.., But your photo must highlight minimum one old model Tap.
Frame within a Frame Challenge finished on Thursday, 02 Apr 2015 Exercise your knowledge of this fundamental aspect of composition. Your work must have the subject outlined in some way to add emphasis and/or a better sense of depth of field. Use your surroundings to your advantage, whether it's tree braches, an archway, or a window. Subject matter is pretty open-ended.