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Winner: Me at the Liverpool Biennial
I can see myself from here Challenge finished on Thursday, 03 Feb 2011 This challenge is for photos that you took, of a scene including YOUR FACE, using a camera with live view display positioned so that you could see yourself. On some cameras, this is easily done by flipping the rear LCD out. Some cameras can do this electronically by feeding the live view to an external display or computer. However, it's even ok to simply use an external mirror to reflect the back-of-camera display so you can see it.
Winner: Emmental sunrise
Post Processed Pictures Challenge finished on Thursday, 03 Feb 2011 Enter here your best post processed picture
Original Challenge finished on Thursday, 03 Feb 2011 Only if you have entered one picture in the "Post processing" challenge you must enter here the original of your PP picture.
Winner: Willis Building & Lloyd's
Into the Future Challenge finished on Thursday, 03 Feb 2011 Enter an image which you feel shows what the future will be like.
Winner: Frost on Hathersage Moor
- Cold and Stripped Naked - (Full Rich Colours + Day Shots Only + No Living Animals/Human) Challenge finished on Thursday, 03 Feb 2011 Compose beautiful shots of trees without leaves in the winter. Try to include elements such as shadows, reflections etc... This is not a landscape theme, so don't submit landscape scenery shots with acres of space. If it's not to theme or doesn't look good, don't submit it, otherwise I might DQ.
Winner: Morocco - Casablanca
[b&w] glory Challenge finished on Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011 An exposure which inspires GLORY!
Yummy Nummy Food! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011 Your best picture of food! Any and all food is acceptable, as long as it's edible and it looks tasty!
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.