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Winner: 1116 colors
Shopping Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Jul 2010 Show what you interpret as "shopping"
> Thunder / Lightning Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Jul 2010 Natural Thunder / Lightning
Winner: Sun rise 5-30-10 002-1
The Garden Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Jul 2010 So views of a garden.
- Moving Human Sihoulette- taken at Night - (No BW/Sepia) Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Jul 2010 Main subject = ONE night sihoulette of WHOLE adult human. If there's more than one main sihoulette, or if the sihoulette of the human isn't at least 85% whole, the entry will be disqualified. Sihoulette should occupy a reasonably large area, i.e between 3-99% of the photo area. No Baby, No Babies, No Kid, No Kids, No Teenager, No Teenagers, No Live animal, No Live animals, No Baby, No Babies. Dead animals are allowed to be present in the photo as back/foreground. Finally give description of your shot and explain how you took and process it.
Winner: Air Display explosion
KABOOM! Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Jul 2010 In honor of Independence Day in the United States, let's see photographs of EXPLOSIONS of any size. Not just skyrockets, but other things that go KABOOM.
Winner: Picnic season opened
Summer Picnics & BBQs... Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Jul 2010 Central idea here is to show activity and capture a fun atmosphere of a picnic or BBQ or similar event. Where people come together to cook, eat, play games, have fun and enjoy each other's company. NO pictures of roasted puppies, guinea pigs, insects, or small children. Your pictures will be immediately deleted without explanation or forethought. If I think it's offensive...that's all the reason I need to hit the delete button.
Journalism - Economics. Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Jul 2010 Your assignment is for the business section. Source a story, of either local or national economic interest, and capture an image to support it. As well as the photograph you need to create a headline and write a couple of lines of the story to give it context. Voters should assess the relevance of both the headline and text in conjunction with the image. The emphasis is on finding a relevant, current story; entries using still lifes such as coinage, notes etc are liable to be rejected.
Interpretation: Image Manipulation Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Jul 2010 Who needs reality when you're a master of photo manipulation? Start with an image with a clear and obvious subject. Manipulate the surroundings to put that subject in an otherwise unrealistic location. For example, put a swimsuit clad sun-bather on a snowy mountain or a giraffe walking down main street. IMPORTANT: explain the manipulations (not the technique used, but what you have done to the image).
Keep on running... Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Jul 2010 This is NOT a people running about the image challenge. What it is is an environmental portrait of the guy or gal that keeps our primary modes of transport up and running. The mechanic. Make sure you capture them in the environment that they do their work. Pay attention to the whole of the frame not just the subject. In other words you need to see the man and his recognisable work space/tools of his trade etc.