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The Wide Angle Lens Challenge finished on Friday, 24 Jun 2011 Show the visual effects you can achieve by shooting with a lens focal length between 10 - 16mm.
Winner: Big moustache
Man Challenge finished on Thursday, 23 Jun 2011 Black & white portrait of only one man
Winner: Aground Boat
Boat Challenge finished on Thursday, 23 Jun 2011 Color pictures of only one boat
Night Photography Challenge finished on Thursday, 23 Jun 2011 Submit a photograph of an outdoors scene at night. -- There are two basic approaches you can use to photograph this difficult subject. Traditionally, you use a camera mounted on a tripod with long exposure times. Alternatively, you can use a fast lens and high ISO to hand-hold an image. These trade off convenience and equipment cost versus image quality.
Winner: Mormon Row
Raw power! (captured in a raw format) Challenge finished on Thursday, 23 Jun 2011 Although just about every camera saves images using JPEG compression by default, saving raw, unprocessed, sensor data is a common option. Raw formats allow more sophisticated post-processing (PP) and can thus produce higher-quality images. This challenge is for photos that show off what raw capture allows you to do.
Winner: Red, Ginkgo, And Blue.
Ad campaign: Ginkgo Challenge finished on Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011 The client is a company that makes botanic products from the ginkgo tree. They are preparing an advertisement campaign and want some images of the ginkgo and its most unique leaf. The client has not yet settled on the types of ads they will run, so any format of image will likely inspire their campaign.
Winner: greenfinch fight
Birds of Spring Challenge finished on Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011 Submit your best spring bird shot.
Backside Challenge finished on Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011 Pictures of the back of something you really want to see the front of. But show simultaneously the beauty of this backside of the subject.
Kit Lenses! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011 You are only allowed to use the lens(es) that came with your camera when you first bought it! For many modern DSLR or mirrorless owners, that may mean the scrappy 27-85mm lens. For the point-and-shoot owners, it's fair game as well, just make sure you have no adapters attached to your lens. And for people who bought their camera body-only, well, you can take a picture with the body cap on!