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Winner: Swim between my teeth
Revealing Reptiles Challenge finished on Monday, 02 Nov 2015 All Creatures Great and Small Challenge #3. All creatures great and Small continues this week with those reptilian rouges. Reptiles include animals from the following families -- turtles, crocodilians, snakes, lizards and tuatara. So frogs are out (Sorry Kermit). Go out and find our scaly friends, but please, don't smile at a crocodile... Any images that do not comply with the rules will be disqualified.
Winner: B I R T H D A Y
Photo Essay - Family Feast Challenge finished on Sunday, 01 Nov 2015 Submit an entry of at least 3 photos (1 entry containing a minimum of 3 photos arranged in a way that helps tell your story such as linear, or comic book style) that tell the story of a mealtime with friends and family. It is Thanksgiving in Canada on Oct. 12 but any meal at any time of year is acceptable the goal is for your collection to tell a story. consider having shots that convey a setting if that is important, detail shots, and action shots depending on the story you want to convey. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN
Winner: Sea defences
Black & White Photo of the Week #1 Challenge finished on Sunday, 01 Nov 2015 Submit a Black & White photo taken after the announcement date. This is a similar challenge to the My Best Photo of the Week hosted by RuthC Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view
FreeLensing: People Portrait Challenge finished on Friday, 30 Oct 2015 I heard about freelensing from Sam Hurd (which if you don't know him please look him up!). He is a professional wedding photographer who likes to do things his own way and explore and discovery new things or perfect old technics with his own style. This will most likely be considered a niche challenge but is open to everyone with a DSLR and the ability to keep their aperture wide open while the lens is detached from the camera body. Please be careful as dust can go into your camera and/or you may drop your lens. Here is a description of how the process works. Take the challenge at your own risk http://www.samhurdphotography.com/2013/technique/freelensing-photography-techniques And please no trolling
Winner: autumn in Drakensberg
Fall Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Oct 2015 Illustrate this word with your entry: Fall
Winner: Invisible Home
Tell a story. Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Oct 2015 A picture's worth a thousand words, so tell it! Submit a photo of a scene the would seem to depict a story. This should focus more on street photography and or studio/abstract, so please, no landscapes of Yosemite and the like. Your title should elude to what the story of your photo is about. Capture date and medium of photography are open ended.
Tryptics Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Oct 2015 A tryptic is normally three photos that are linked together by subject matter and aesthetics. They generally tell a story or set a mood. Visual narration is the key to these images. Make it something compelling. Please NO splitting of one photo into three.
Winner: Banff National Park Canada
-Landscape shot with one car- (BW+ Border + Title watermark) Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Oct 2015 Take a well composed landscape shot with one car as the minor subject. 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... .
Winner: ol green eyes
Insects, mollusks, arachnids faces up close and personal (portrait) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 27 Oct 2015 This one if focused on getting right up and personal in the faces of insects, mollusks (snails, slugs), and arachnids. The idea is to get a head on photo of these creatures so the main focus is their face. This challenge requires taking their photos at a different perspective than normal. Kind of like a portrait for this mini guys. The idea for judging this challenge is to see who has the best "portrait" or facial shot of any one of these tiny little creatures. Entries must be focused on faces and not just full body photos. Full body is allowed as these animals are so small but please be the main focal point on faces. No dead or dying animal and no harming or moving the animal from its natural habitat. All animals must be in their home (plants, leaves, stumps,etc). No man made allowed (street, concrete, side of house, inside of house, hands, feet, body, etc). ***Photos below show what is boarder line acceptable and what are not acceptable*** (all photos taken by me)