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Winner: On the edge
Use of negative space Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Apr 2011 See the following link to see the definition of this. http://pcin.net/update/2006/09/20/negative-space-digital-photography-tip-of-the-week/
Winner: Desert Highway
-Our Toxic Past- (Sepia Only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Apr 2011 Submit a symbolic shot which reflects our toxic past. There shall be no live human, live animal nor live insect in your shot. Take time to think about your subject matter and give your entry a fitting title.
ISO 100 Challenge finished on Wednesday, 20 Apr 2011 Show me your best shot when using ISO 100 (or less, if you want) setting or film
Winner: Peace Signed Barrel
Surf's Up! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 20 Apr 2011 ACTION shots of people surfing on water. If your photo isn't that I may DQ it at my discretion.
Wall poster: Health service announcement Challenge finished on Wednesday, 20 Apr 2011 The client is a health services office that needs a poster-size image to print health alerts (e.g.. dates of the next blood pressure clinic). The image must have a pharmaceutical or medical theme. The image must be vertical. The image must have approximately 50% blank white space onto which text can be overlaid.
Winner: Earning Dough For Friday Night
Mammoni Challenge finished on Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011 Theme : young men not doing much . Beggars and vagrants do not qualify .
Cock on rock Challenge finished on Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011 Show us living cock (No death, no fake please!). Cock = a rooster, also known as a cockerel, or a cock is a male chicken (Gallus gallus). Rock = a naturally occurring solid aggregate of minerals and/or mineraloids. Pictures must show BOTH cock AND rock. Cock on sand is not acceptable. Rock size is at least bigger than a ping-pong ball. Can be one or more living cocks and rocks. No peacock please. No rock music please.
Winner: A young refugee from The Sudan #2
Alter Your Perspective Challenge finished on Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011 Most portraits are taken with the camera at (or around) the eye level of the subject. While this is good common sense – completely changing the angle that you shoot from can give your portrait a real WOW factor.
DC Portrait Challenge finished on Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011 Though it is supposed that most challengers here are equipped with great DSLRs as their main weapons, we still need a small backup. This challenge asks you to shoot people with a DIGITAL COMPACT camera, or even your cell phone. We don't care about how poor the DOF or noise performance will be, as long as the image touches the heart. Show us your innovation and skills!