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Winner: Nelumbo nucifera
Everyday Life - Photographing Flowers Challenge finished on Thursday, 19 Jul 2012 Did you notice all those flowers at the street, on your balcony or in your garden? Perhaps you could find some flowers in your studio? Little precious things. After reading the book from Harold Davis ( http://www.amazon.com/Photographing-Flowers-Exploring-Worlds-Harold/dp/0240820738/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339231451&sr=8-1 ) I thought, why not start a challenge about flowers. So here it is... Read the rules or be dq'ed.
Freeway Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012 Any shot, anywhere, any time, just make sure it's a freeway. A definition is provided below, please forgive the jargon!
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Fear. True, plain fear... Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012 Interpret the title in any way you want. The voters will judge you...
Winner: Glen Richards, Triumph 675
Triumph Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012 Steve McQueen rode one, most famously in the move "The Great Escape" and if the King of Cool had one it had to be a great bike. Since then the brand has changed a lot, but it is still a great motorcycle. This challenge is for your best shot of a Triumph bike (not the cars, please). The bike needs to be in the shot, but otherwise it is up to you.
Vision Possible Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012 Demonstrate your imagination by virtue of a picture taken at a peculiar angle or vantage point.
Winner: KiteSurfer 2
Photographer audition: Sports photographer Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012 The client is a regional publication that includes sporting events in its coverage. They're looking for a new photographer to cover some of the lower-tier sporting events in the area. Demonstrate your ability to capture sports by submitting one or two action shots taken at a sporting event. The publishers are not interested in your ability to capture children's events, but will consider your submission if it is truely outstanding. Generic photos of crowds or stadiums or logos are not acceptable; they need images that prove you can capture the sporting action.
Winner: Bread and Water, Again
The birdbath (man-made) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012 What is happening around your local bird watering hole?
Bresson Spontaneous Streets Challenge finished on Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012 Henri Cartier Bresson was the master of street photography. This challenge requires the same skills to spontaneity to catch the decisive moment in our daily lives.
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