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Winner: Surprise Bat
Anthony van Zyl
Anthony van Zyl
Opps - I'm sure that wasn't there when I took the photo Challenge finished on Friday, 27 May 2011 We've all done it - taken a beautiful shot only to look at the photo later and realised that it looks like there is a pole or a stick etc sticking out of your subject - that's called a merging object. Show your best example of it.
Kites Challenge finished on Friday, 27 May 2011 Simple..kites...in the air of course!
Winner: Golden Bean
~ Colored and the rest B&W ~ Challenge finished on Friday, 27 May 2011 Making what you want to show colored as the rest is black and white.
Winner: Simple Daisy
Reflex lens: visible donut bokeh + plant(s) Challenge finished on Friday, 27 May 2011 1. Shots must be shooted by a reflex lens. (catadioptric lens / mirror lens) eg. Rubinar 300mm F4.5, Rubinar 500mm F5.6 ` 2. Donut bokeh must be clearly visible. (annular shape of defocused areas of the image caused by the shape of the entrance pupil.) ` 3. Plant(s) must be the main object(s).
C-mount Scenes Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 May 2011 Originally intended for 16mm movie film and other small image formats, C-mount lenses can be adapted to mount and focus to infinity on mirrorless camera bodies such as the Olympus/Panasonic micro 4/3 and Sony NEX APS-C. These lenses often are tiny, very fast, and relatively cheap, especially for shorter focal lengths. My Instructable about using C-mount lenses, http://www.instructables.com/id/C-Mount-Lenses-for-mirrorless-micro-43-and-APS-C/ , concludes that C-mount lenses generally don't make impressive images using these larger sensors. Submit photos that prove me wrong....
Winner: Light Painting
Light painting Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 May 2011 Color pictures of pendulum light painting only
Goal nets Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 May 2011 Black & white pictures taken from behind the goal nets
Winner: unconventional portrait
Unconventional Portraiture Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 May 2011 Submit a portrait that breaks the rules. -- There are many highly-regarded principles of portrait photography. If you master them, you are nearly guaranteed to produce a fine portrait. However, learning and mastering all these principles can be difficult, and you risk turning out mediocre and bland images. -- Rather, for this challenge, disregard or modify the rules of portraiture. You may come up with something new and fresh, but also be aware that you also risk making an image that looks ridiculous. Unconventional portraits are often spontaneous, and they tend to emphasize style or attitude. Not having to abide by rules makes this challenge simultaneously easy for the beginning photographer, and exceptionally difficult for an established photographer in the marketplace.
Winner: God's Light
- Divine Presence - (Black and White Shot only +No human/animal/insect) Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 May 2011 Take a shot that illustrates the title above. Please be creative, think outside the box. Try not to submit shots taken in churches, temples, places of religious significance or just shots of sunsets over the sea. Think more of natural miracles/beauty.
Creative use of Blur Challenge finished on Wednesday, 25 May 2011 Normally we try to capture sharp images. However, this challenge is about using blur creatively. Submit any image where the subject has noticeable and significant blur done purposefully. PLEASE SEE ADDITIONAL RULES.