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Ferris Wheels Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 A ferris wheel can make for an interesting capture thanks to its bright lights and movement. Let's see them!
Zebras Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 Pictures of zebras. Please see additional rules.
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Flier: Pizza Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 The client is a local pizza parlor looking to create a flier for mailbox stuffing. The image can be vertical or horizontal, but must depict a tasty pizza in whole or in part.
Winner: Portrait of a Snake
Top Class of 2010! Consistency Award Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 2010 is over and we've been invited to vote on the top 100 most-voted pictures, which makes for an interesting crop. GREAT! But I think it's also time to celebrate the most consistent photographers within the DPReview community. Let's give us an opportunity to review the best shots (i.e. 1st places) submitted and voted during 2010, originating exclusively from the DPReview Members with an average placement equal or superior to 65% and a minimum of 50 entries (at the time of submission of this challenge) . Because behind most award-winning photographs lies a complete portfolio as well as a photographer's consistent quest for creativity and sharing of a personal vision. See full rules to avoid DQ. Good luck!
[b&w] hope Challenge finished on Wednesday, 09 Feb 2011 worthless description. simply "hope".
Portrait, not Landscape Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Feb 2011 Show me a good portrait shot. Not a shot of someone (it could be though), but a shot that is longer in the Y-axis than the X-axis.
Winner: Up Close
Bad Hair Day Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Feb 2011 A bad hair day. (If the theme raises any questions, try the title.)
Сlothes are an expression Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Feb 2011 I want to see how people express themselves in way they are dressing. How a clothing indicates their mood and lifestyle. Show me that!
The New Pictorialism Challenge finished on Tuesday, 08 Feb 2011 In the 19th century, photographers struggled to be seen as artists, and not merely technicians. The Pictorialists wanted to make photography an art form, and they went far beyond mere technical capture of a subject. They wanted to make objects of art that were beautiful and expressed personal emotion. To this end, they heavily modified their images. Pictorialist photographers were more interested in art and aesthetics than subject matter. Pictorialists aimed for emotional impact, rich and delicate images, and poetic interpretations. It also took a lot from the styles of painting in its day, particularly Romanticism and Impressionism. Pictorialism often has a spiritual quality, where the photographer listens to the "still, small, voice". Pictorialism faded with the advent of Photographic Modernism, which was inspired by photographic technology itself. In the 21st century, a New Pictorialism, fueled by the power of image editing tools, is becoming increasingly important.