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How big is it? Challenge finished on Friday, 20 May 2011 Use well known objects to contrast the size of the object you are photographing so that we have a frame of reference for how big your subject is.
Body Modification Challenge finished on Friday, 20 May 2011 Ink, piercings, and any other type of body mod. No gratuitous nudity...
Newborn babies Challenge finished on Friday, 20 May 2011 Let show your best newborn photos (the babies should be less than 3 weeks old, preferably less than 2 weeks old).
Winner: 67 seconds at 4am
Colours (Outdoors Candid shot + no human/animal/insects) Challenge finished on Thursday, 19 May 2011 Enter a coloured shot of rich multiple colours found outdoors.
Stained glass Challenge finished on Thursday, 19 May 2011 Color pictures of stained glass
Winner: Art Nouveau
Art nouveau Challenge finished on Thursday, 19 May 2011 Black & white pictures of "Art nouveau" architecture details http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Nouveau
Winner: smile & body
Spinning the Decks Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 May 2011 Pictures of DJs doing what they do best!
Locks (waterways) Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 May 2011 Waterways and canal need locks to raise and lower boats between stretches of water of different levels. They can be small or huge, alone in the middle of nowhere or part of a series of locks in the middle of an urban environment. Show us images of a single lock or a series of lock, with or without boats or ships.
Winner: Potted Plant
Billboard: Springing to life Challenge finished on Wednesday, 18 May 2011 The client is a new heath product manufacturer looking to improve their brand image with a "growth" message. They seek an image suitable for a billboard (16:9). The image must be of a plant springing up from the soil. The soil can be a garden or a potting bed. The plant must be on the far right or far left side of the image to make room for text. At least half the image must be dark or light enough to allow a text overlay (suitable "white space"). This can be achieved in-camera or through photo editing. There must be no additional elements that distract from the subject (that means that such elements are acceptable so long as they're not distracting).