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Winner: G FORCE
High speed Challenge finished on Friday, 09 Oct 2015 Upload a picture of a man made motor vehicle in high speed. The image have to express a sense of high velocity motion. No stationary vehicles please.
Winner: Lake Hume
- Tree Silhouettes in Sunrise/Sunset - (Full Colours Only + Border + Title watermark) Challenge finished on Thursday, 08 Oct 2015 Take a well composed photo of the above. If there are humans they should not be significant (less than 0.5% of the photo area.). Put a Border on the photograph and watermark a Title on your entry. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... .
Winner: Misty Morning Reflection.
Boat Challenge finished on Thursday, 08 Oct 2015 Illustrate this word with your entry: Boat
Winner: Cranes returning at Sunset
Silhouettes Challenge finished on Thursday, 08 Oct 2015 This week we are going to look into silhouettes...This can be tricky to get the exposure right as there is such a range of tones. Ideally you are looking at rich dark shadows and beautiful golden light...But the silhouette can also be created with artificial light...Be creative and get shooting.... Oh, and if I feel it does not fit the brief I will boot it, no questions asked.
Winner: Bianca VII
My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Wednesday, 07 Oct 2015 Did you capture a wonderful photo this week, but there's no current and appropriate challenge to display it? Here is your opportunity to show it to us. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view.
Winner: Daytime Escapade
Switch Board Challenge finished on Wednesday, 07 Oct 2015 Switch Board- If it switch on your mood to take photos of it..then send those photos here..
Winner: Hanging in the Roof
Wild Animals in an Urban Setting Challenge finished on Wednesday, 07 Oct 2015 Submit your best photo of wild animals in an urban (or suburban) setting, i.e. not where you would normally expect to find them. Examples are raccoons, opossums, coyotes, bears, mountain lions, etc. No dogs, cats, or other pets please. Don't harass the animals, or take undue risks to get the photo. Give your photo a title, and identify the location!
Macro - bubble(s) Challenge finished on Wednesday, 07 Oct 2015 Submit a macro photo of a bubble or bubbles. Refer to this defination from dictionary.com of what a bubble(s) is: bubble [buhb-uh l] Spell Syllables Examples Word Origin noun 1. a nearly spherical body of gas contained in a liquid. 2. a small globule of gas in a thin liquid envelope. 3. a globule of air or gas, or a globular vacuum, contained in a solid. 4. anything that lacks firmness, substance, or permanence; an illusion or delusion. 5. an inflated speculation, especially if fraudulent: The real-estate bubble ruined many investors. 6. the act or sound of bubbling. 7. a spherical or nearly spherical canopy or shelter; dome: The bombing plane bristled with machine-gun bubbles. A network of radar bubbles stretches across northern Canada. Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bubble Submit a photo of bubbles that are tiny (like on carbonated drinks) or larger (from children blowing bubbles) or anything else! Have fun!
Winner: Bianca VI-7820
The Modern Girl Challenge finished on Wednesday, 07 Oct 2015 Showcase a shot that presents the modern girl. through her style or action. Girl must be the main subject.
Winner: Blue-tailed Bee-eater (Merops philippinus)
ID Animals Challenge finished on Tuesday, 06 Oct 2015 As in challenges before, I enjoyed sharing photos of ID'ed animals to help people see what animals can be found where. In this challenge I am wanting the focus to be entirely focused on photos that could be used in books to ID animals. The idea is to get at least a full body and side view of an animal. The voting will be based on the best ID able animal. For example if someone photographs a Great Blue Heron and it is a full body photo with a clear focus and easy to tell photo, that will be able to be used to ID a species. You may put multiple imagines from different angles (ventral, dorsal, caudal, cranial) into a collage of photos. But each photo must be of a different view of the species photographed. I.E. for birding it is nice to have a ventral (bottom) dorsal (top), cranial (face, front) and caudal (tail, back) to help be able to ID the animal fully in the field. If you are interested in furthering your ID'ing skills, NatureShare.come is a great place to check out.