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Winner: Paper cut-outs
Human being(s) representing a form Challenge finished on Sunday, 16 Oct 2011 Try to get a picture of a person (or more persons) while imitating a form (for instance: a letter, a number, a rectangle)
Hobby - other than photography. Challenge finished on Sunday, 16 Oct 2011 Show us your hobby, other than photography. Model trains, model airplanes, golf, running, flying, ham radio or CB radio. Anything BUT photography.
Trains Challenge finished on Sunday, 16 Oct 2011 Photo Realism. Take a photo of any railroad train, giving a realistic representation of the train. An entire train, a single car or engine, the tracks, or just a single rail, tie, or spike are all fine. Strive for realism, and use the scene itself rather than digital processing on the camera or PC to create the art. Keep the contrast and saturation to their natural levels. Virtual bonus points for the location of the train.
Clouds Challenge finished on Sunday, 16 Oct 2011 Any cloud you want.
Winner: Deep Dive :)
Ring Challenge finished on Saturday, 15 Oct 2011 Better if still on your finger, but still OK if not!
Windows Challenge finished on Saturday, 15 Oct 2011 Very simple: just submit your best picture of window(s). Please read the rules carefuly
Winner: Coffee Shop
Algiers, Algeria Challenge finished on Saturday, 15 Oct 2011 Typical Algiers, Algeria
Winner: Freezing Rain
Rain Challenge finished on Saturday, 15 Oct 2011 Show your best illustration. A song from their 1966 album Past Masters Vol. 2
Winner: Duesy Tubes
Close-ups/Macros of Classic Cars-Read the Rules Challenge finished on Saturday, 15 Oct 2011 Show me a meaningful and aesthetically pleasing detail photograph (inside or out) of a classic car built no later than 60's. I am not looking for an "easy identifier" such as an emblem shot, or a shot that points to the make, the model of a car, etc. Use texture, color, and composition to show interesting work. I don't care what post processing technique you use, and do feel free to share it with other. Put some effort into creating an interesting photo. No snapshots. Somebody once said: "If you think you're close, you're not close enough!" Good luck!