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Winner: The water woman
-Social Loafing- (in Full Colours Only) Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Dec 2015 Take a dayshot that illustrates the title above. There must be one or more than one human adult(s). Face of the main subject as well as the product that they are selling must be the evident. Sunset/sunrise shots are acceptable provided they are not those silhouette type of shots.
Winner: A Framed Stag
Borders Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Dec 2015 Submit a photo where there is a natural border around the focal point – that is, the border must exist in the scene you're photographing. Borders added in post are inadmissible.
Winner: Rivet flying
Soggy Dog Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Dec 2015 Wet Dog Challenge- submit a photo of a wet dog, either in the water or out of it and shaking water off...maybe jumping off a pier.
Winner: morning glory
Black & White Photo of the Week #7 Challenge finished on Sunday, 13 Dec 2015 Submit a Black & White photo taken after the announcement date. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view
Winner: Life is sooo unfair
capture the emotion Challenge finished on Sunday, 13 Dec 2015 Capture a moment of heightened emotion a person expresses. This may be when scoring a goal, upon first seeing an old friend, surprising a family member, or capturing a low moment. should be outwardly expressive and obvious. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Home Challenge finished on Sunday, 13 Dec 2015 Submit a photo taken inside your home be it an apartment, standalone house, cardboard box, or palace. The photo can have people or no people, real estate photo or surreal or pretty much anything else. Only macros and portraits will be disqualified.
Winner: polar bear sleeping on ice floe
Asleep (Nature) Challenge finished on Saturday, 12 Dec 2015 I hope this challenge won't send you to sleep, but instead give you the opportunity to show us examples of birds, animals, insects, flowers, plants which have gone to sleep, or are dormant. Your entry might be birds or animals resting (with eyes closed), or flowers which close for the night. It might be animals in hibernation, or trees which have lost their leaves in winter. Seeds can lie dormant until the earth warms sufficiently, or the rains come to break the drought. Please, no humans, no cats, dogs or domestic pets. Macro and close-ups welcome. Size of entry: 1,600 pixels on the longer side.
Winner: Purse Snatcher Arrested
The "Photo Journalist" in you. Challenge finished on Saturday, 12 Dec 2015 Go out and get a newsworthy photo, and do a write up in the description. Treat it as if a newspaper editor would want to add it to the next addition. Be serious about it. Don't come up with something like "Uncle Harry Cutting the Grass On an Unusually Hot Day". Find something that is truly newsworthy. Perhaps you came across a car accident, a fire, or spotted a celebrity at an eatery for example. Whatever you think would make the next addition in your local newspaper. But keep one very important thing in mind. Do not put yourself in harms way. You're not getting paid for this.
Artistic Pregnancy Challenge finished on Saturday, 12 Dec 2015 Artistic Pregnancy Shoot photo of a pregnant woman (NOT PHOTO OF A FAT GUYS PLS..!!!) be artistic...in compensation and background not only plain photo.. SHOOT ANY 2 PHOTOS (1 BLACK & WHITE... 1 COLOR) not the same photo..
Winner: Bricks and Mortar
Building Material: Brick Challenge finished on Friday, 11 Dec 2015 A brick is one of the most common building material forms in the world. The characteristics found most commonly are: 1) manufactured - you don't pick them up from the ground or cut them down in the forest. Rather, they are formed from clay or mud (sometimes with other material as a binder) by hand or machine and baked in a oven, dried in the sun, or chemically hardened.This challenge is to present images that illustrate any of the many uses of bricks in construction in an appealing, attractive, and accurate way. It can be a whole building, a detail of their use, or a hod-full of them awaiting placement. Given a nearly 7000 year history and the remarkable variations in materials, how they're made, their colors, and uses, I hope to see a range of submissions that mirror their broad uses around the world. When looking at the images, one must be certain that a "brick" something is the major subject: wall, house, floor, patio, walkway, whatever. Open your eyes to their presence everywhere.
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