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Winner: END OF THE LINE DP
War Challenge finished on Sunday, 29 Nov 2015 Submit an entry that tells a story of war or your countries soldiers. It is Remembrance Day in Canada on Nov. 11 but shots can be from any time of year and any nationality. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Nature's Graffiti Challenge finished on Saturday, 28 Nov 2015 Before humans left their marks on walls and buildings, nature was already demonstrating graffiti in interesting places. Show us some examples of this. It may be carvings by beetles under tree bark, snail trails, leaves with wandering paths beneath their surfaces caused by tiny insects, tidal marks in the beach sand... Please, no graffiti or markings made by humans or domestic pets, and minimal evidence of man or man-made structures. Macro and close-ups welcome. Size of entry: 1,600 pixels on the longer side.
Winner: A slinky
Wild Color - 70's Challenge finished on Saturday, 28 Nov 2015 Wild Color - 70's
Winner: Interior Cabin Panorama
November Flying Challenge finished on Friday, 27 Nov 2015 Flying in November pictures. Any picture related to aviation and human flight, taken between 1st and 30th of November, based on the EXIF file information. The year doesn't matter.
- Sleeping Dogs - (Full Colours Only + Border + Title watermark) Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 Nov 2015 Dayshot @ outdoors lit by sunlight. If there are humans they should not be significant (less than 0.5% of the photo area.). Put a Border on the photograph and watermark a Title on your entry. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... .
Artistic Lens Compression Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 Nov 2015 So, first of all let us describe Lens Compression. Compression is a phenomenon that occurs with larger zoom lenses where background elements are pulled forward within the image, and appear much bigger than what they are. The best example I can think of is the Video "Full moon silhouette" by Mark Gee. Search for that video and be amazed. It is not trick photography, it is created by using if I recall correctly a 600mm lens with a 2x lens extender. Anyway, this week let us look at artistically applying the knowledge of compression for shots. Pull mountains closer, or trees or people. The last time I used this technique intentionally was photographing a marathon and taking a shot that made all the runners visible appear grouped together yet they were some distance from each other. Do some research and lets see what you end up with...
Winner: Classic Venice
Pick your challenge III Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 Nov 2015 Submit your photo of a challenge you'd like to see hosted in the things we love series. Subject matter is open ended. Please keep it PG.
Winner: Porter At Cambodia/Thailand Cross Border
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Volume Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 Nov 2015 Enter a photograph, which in your opinion illustrated the word: Volume
Winner: Monument Valley in snow
My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Wednesday, 25 Nov 2015 Did you capture a wonderful photo this week, but there's no current and appropriate challenge to display it? Here is your opportunity to show it to us. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view.
Macro - Rough Surface Challenge finished on Wednesday, 25 Nov 2015 Submit a photo of anything that has a rough surface. From the author of this challenge: I strive to bring challenges to the community that are not repeats of my previous challenges. I have strove, tried very hard, to offer challenges that are fresh, new, and unique to my past challenges. It has become more and more difficult to deliver new and fresh challenges that are not repeats of my past challenges, but I consider it a challenge to myself to offer new and fresh challenges to the community that aren't the simple repeats that other challenges often deliver Who am I? I'm a 15 year U.S. Biology Teacher, with a master +30, and a U.S. Scientist (retired). View my photos at: http;//www.piziak.com email me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org