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Winner: The Bubble-Blower
Facing inwards and chat Challenge finished on Sunday, 22 Jan 2012 ***This is a complex challenge. Please read challenge comments below and click "show full rules" to understand the mechanism of this challenge.**** The rule of thirds should be a simple guide for the making of good compositions. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds *Please check back for details for uploading an improved version* However reasearch about what people consider good composition does NOT support this rule, Instead the preference seems to be for assymetric, "inward" oriented compostitions: - http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~plab/pdf/PalmerGardner%26Wickens-1.pdf Show us ONE picture in which the subject is inward faced. However, entry in this challenge also obliges to give comments about all other entries in the series. Eventually you may enter an improved version of the first photo. See additional rules. You are encouraged to provide early comments during the submission stage to allow contestants to create an improved photo to submit before voting begins.
Avalanche! Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 Submit photos of an avalanche (snow), either during or after the slide.
Winner: Youth Leadership
Movements Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 Any movements that you think are inspiring, inspire you, or inspire other people. For example the 'Black Rights Movement' Images may resemble the movement, be of members of the movement or the movement itself. You must state in the title what movement the image is of
Winner: The child is father to the man
You (READ THE RULES) Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 Let's see a picture of you! It's time to be vain, don't be shy here as we're talking self portraits. You can do this by using a mirror, holding the camera and taking a picture of yourself myspace style, or even using a countdown timer, or remote shutter control. I'll fully admit that there's not much of a way I can check to make sure it's actually you in the photo so please just be honest. THIS IS A MUST: you must put in the title or description how you took the photo: countdown, remote, mirror, etc. If this is not done you WILL BE DQed
Winner: Scarecrow Portrait
Scarecrows Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 Very simple: just submit your best picture of scarecrow(s). Please read the rules carefuly
Winner: King of the forest
An improved or combined picture and its original(s) Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 Show me a composition of two (or more) pictures: one that has been edited (or combined) to make it better, funnier, more artistic, etc., and the original(s) used to create the final result. Combine the pictures together into one image. Keep the edited result on the RIGHT -, or UPPER part of your composition (see sample pictures). Subjects and type of editing are free to choose. Voters should take every aspect into account: final result, difficulty, originality, artistic ability and composition layout. This will be the last challenge in this series. Have fun.
Winner: A strange shadow
Lanterns Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 Show Lanterns on their Fixtures.
Winner: Alluring Apocritan
Its Up to You!!! #2 Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 I don't know about you but, I'm tired of having other people decide what the challenge is about. So here's the deal: You can enter any picture of anything, as long as it is appropriate. It's up to YOU!!!
Winner: Eagel Eye
My best picture ever ! Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 After this challenge, I will suspend this series for a while. For this time only the theme is: My best picture ever !
Winner: Mountain Village
Mystery Mountain village Challenge finished on Saturday, 21 Jan 2012 show us a "Mystery" village in the mountains. The idea is that others should try and guess which village it is. It's a game but photographic artistic quality prevails. The priority is the photo challenge. Show enough characterisk features of the village so that it is recognisable. Give your photo the title "Mountain Village" and don't tell where it is. Obviously you may give a hint or clue in the description to help finding it, but do not give away the name.