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Winner: The New Kid on the Block
Toys Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 Show what you interpret as being a toy or toys.
Playing Dress Ups Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 Show a child, under the age of 15, in their favourite dress up costume. Try to be creative with this, no snapshots please.
Winner: Fine Silver
Money $ Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 Show your skills to capture great pictures of money. Any kind of money you have, coins or banknotes. So let the game begin.
Winner: Queen Elizabeth II
Encounter with a Celebrity Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 You would have encoutered a celebrity somewhere, sometime and would have thought of shooting them. Show me them. Include the celebrity name in title.
Portrait Nikon D3000 Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 Your best portrait taken with the Nikon D3000.
Teacher Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 Show us a teacher at work (interpret it any way you want). Per series' theme, let the image speak: no titles or descriptions (put a dash "-" in place of title). We have to be able to figure out that teaching is afoot - without written explanations. No portraits. Show us your soul. -- Voters: Please vote in a slideshow.
Winner: water closet in Sahara
In the wrong place Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 Pictures must show something/someone which is CLEARLY in the wrong place. I.e.: a biker in a motor racing circuit, a traffic light into the desert... It can be also an abstract concept, as long as it fits the theme, so use your fantasy. Suggestion: by adding a self-explanatory title about why you think that the subject is in the wrong place, you will get more chance to get good votes. NO COMPOSITE PICTURES. NO NUDITY, VOYEURISM, OFFENSIVE PICTURE.
Winner: Expecting someone
Koen De Houwer
Koen De Houwer
~People and Window(s)~ (BW Dayshot+ No animals/minors) Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Jun 2011 Submit BW dayshots shots of Live Adult Human(s) (preferably posing), infront, behind or beside a window(s). The window or the human or both, can be the main subject(s). The window should clearly visible and constitutes an integral element of the composition. The human element should also constitute a critical element of the shot, not just a prop. I would prefer that a 'Human Shadows/Silhouettes Only' shots be discouraged.