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Winner: Coffee Shop
Algiers, Algeria Challenge finished on Saturday, 15 Oct 2011 Typical Algiers, Algeria
Winner: Freezing Rain
Rain Challenge finished on Saturday, 15 Oct 2011 Show your best illustration. A song from their 1966 album Past Masters Vol. 2
Winner: wind instruments Trumpet
Shiny Challenge finished on Friday, 14 Oct 2011 Shiny 1. (of a smooth surface) Reflecting light, typically because very clean or polished. **see additional rules
Winner: Moonlit romance
Portraits back lit Challenge finished on Friday, 14 Oct 2011 as the title suggests. Subject has to be human. Subjects face has to be visible.
Winner: The B-52
The Cold War Challenge finished on Friday, 14 Oct 2011 Left overs from the Cold war between the US and Soviets
Winner: a happy family
~ Orange ~ Challenge finished on Friday, 14 Oct 2011 Images dominated by the color Orange .
Winner: PP-Thumbelina Ballerina
Not so little things: "fake models" (title TILT: or PP:) Challenge finished on Thursday, 13 Oct 2011 One of the more exotic specialty lens tricks involves tilting a lens relative to the film/sensor (TILT) so that the focus plane intersects your subject in a very narrow band, making full-size scenes appear to be tiny models.You can do this with a tilt-shift lens, a lensbaby, or a tilt adapter with a lens intended for a larger format -- or you can do it by post processing (PP). Let's see which works best for "fake model" shots: capture with tilt lenses (titled TILT:) or post processing (titled PP:) of shots with ordinary lenses.
Glaciers Challenge finished on Thursday, 13 Oct 2011 Its simple. Post a glacier picture. You know, glacier. That huge big river of ice. Does not matter, small glacier or large glacier. It just has to be a glacier
Winner: "I'm Watching You"
For Voters with 500 votes: Looks Like Something Else... Challenge finished on Thursday, 13 Oct 2011 Easy! Check your profile. If you have 500 votes cast, you can enter. If you don't, then go vote on some challenges, and bring your count up to 500. Then enter a picture of something that looks like something else. Title it as what you think it looks like. That's it! Look at the example.