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Winner: Moonrise at Scurdie Ness
Lighthouse Challenge finished on Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011 A classic theme. Show us your best. Please see additional rules.
Winner: Red-eyed Treefrog
Frogs Challenge finished on Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011 Pictures of frogs, of any kind. Please see additional rules.
Winner: Your Condominium Pool...
Vertical billboard: Lifestyle Challenge finished on Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011 The client is converting an old office tower into condominiums. People can see the building quite easily from the road and there is one blank wall ideally suited for a vertical billboard ad for the developer. Rather than show images of the interiors, the client wants a lifestyle image: one that conveys living in a luxurious downtown residence. The image must depict urban life that will appeal to upper-middle-class couples.
Winner: Mount Rainier and Spray Park
Subtle HDR Challenge finished on Tuesday, 01 Feb 2011 A HDR shot that is not overdone, If it is I will DSQ it.
Winner: Not in the mood!
Children and Merry-Go-Rounds Challenge finished on Tuesday, 01 Feb 2011 The photo must have at least one child on the Merry-Go-Round.
Winner: We are closed
A Beggars Leica Challenge finished on Tuesday, 01 Feb 2011 Sometimes we forget to grab our M9 with the 1.2/50 Noct. when we go out. Or... like the most of us, you just can't afford to spent a couple of months salary on a red dot. Don't worry, the best camera is the one you have with you, and the one we almost always have with us, is our cellphone camera. So... show me your best street shots, taken with your cellphone camera.
Winner: dune-Columbia River, Washington State
High Photographic Modernism Challenge finished on Tuesday, 01 Feb 2011 The Group f.64 championed the notion of "straight photography" - making prints that best expressed the technology of photography without additional artifice taken from painting and drawing. They thought that their techniques were objective, and they rejected the subjective quality of earlier photographic styles. The famous photographers in this group, which included Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Edward Weston, and others, tended to make images that were sharp, deep-focused, well-exposed, carefully framed, simply composed, and often used difficult and time-consuming darkroom techniques to bring out detail in the image. Being from San Francisco, California, USA, they often had Western US themes, showing a way of life that was being lost, as well as showing a land of inspiration and hope. They also photographed large public-work projects and the plight of the worker during the Great Depression. However, images submitted to this challenge need not follow these themes.
Winner: The intruder
Break the Rules! Challenge finished on Tuesday, 01 Feb 2011 Break the challenges rules! Pick any challenge you want and post a Photo that break its rules in a big way. You should provide in the description the name of the chosen challenge and the rules that your image breaks. Disqualifications will take place only in failure to give the aforementioned explanation. Inspired by and dedicated to fiddlethis...