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Winner: Pelican Dive
Image stacking Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Mar 2010 Stacking images is a used for manu purposes. Combining deep sky images, star trails, noise reduction, increasing depth of field in macro photography and much more. Show here the potential of stacking images to produce images that would otherwise be impossible to difficult to produce
Winner: Cycling in Ferrara
Biagio De Giovanni
Biagio De Giovanni
Cycling around the city Challenge finished on Thursday, 11 Mar 2010 We all know that the Bicycle is the best way to get around in any city. It can weave in and out of traffic. It can mount the pavement (sidewalk) whenever necessary. Easy to park and causes zero pollution. So lets celebrate this superb method of transport with a photo in your city that will inspire others to leave their car at home and use their bike instead for intercity travels. -all entries must contain at least one bicycle with a rider mounted or nearby -it must be visible that photo was taken in a city
Winner: Rail tube
"U..." Like Underground railway Challenge finished on Thursday, 11 Mar 2010 Show us ambiance pictures around this topic
Tribute to Marcus Keef (of the 70's) Challenge finished on Wednesday, 10 Mar 2010 In the 70's, Marcus Keef shot many great record covers - weird and moody, often IR. Many of the covers have little details that change the story of the cover when you notice them. The objective of this challenge is NOT to copy any of the covers, but to reach the mood and multidimensional stories of those covers. See the examples! NOTE! The image ratio MUST be 1*2 or 1*1, preferably 1*2, as if it was a record cover.
Winner: Earth Dances
Rotating Challenge finished on Tuesday, 09 Mar 2010 In this challenge you're requested to take pictures of rotating things, in a way that the rotation is visible in the picture (unless it is very very very slow and you can't capture it even with a really long exposure).
Winner: Steel Slivers
Maximalism Challenge finished on Tuesday, 09 Mar 2010 Let's get a couple possible assumptions out of the way first... 1) maximalism is not necessarily the opposite of minimalism, and 2) maximalism is not necessarily about clutter. This is a difficult and somewhat obscure genre which has many definitions (a popular, but not a de facto one by Daryush Shokof's "Maximalist Manifesto" describes it as (quoted from wikipedia.org), "1. Figurative, 2. Politically aware, with socially critical points of view, 3. Erotic, 4. Mostly includes ironic and humorous perspectives in concept or in form, 5. Not made to simply oppose minimalist works of art, 6. Open to wide views and visionary dimensions that can be fantastic, but not deformed"....... or take the "in a nutshell" view and "Think about what you think about" (Huhh? You ask?), then convey that in your photo. I deliberately am leaving this description and definition vague because I want *you* to show how you *interpret* the concept of maximalism... think about what you think about :)
Winner: Face to face
People and their set of wheels Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Mar 2010 Take a shot (or a few shots), preferably spontaneous and unposed of your subject/subjects...and their transport. Wheels should be the totality of their bicycles/tricycles/wagons. Electrical bicycles/wagons/tricycles are ok but not motorcycles/motocars/ trains/skates/miniature toys/non-transportation items. The shot should be either 1) at least 15% filled with human figure/parts. or 2) at least 25% human/human parts and 'their set of wheels' together.
Snow surfing Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Mar 2010 After the sea surfing challenge, here comes the snow surfing in these cold days. It doesn't have to be only snow board, it can be ski, sledge and whatever you can think of. Just show us you best.
iPhone photography Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Mar 2010 Any shot of any subject taken with an Apple iPhone. If Chase Jarvis does it, why not us? (The Best Camera Is The One That's With You: iPhone Photography by Chase Jarvis)
Winner: no title
"Light" - PENTAX Cameras Only - Main Challenge Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Mar 2010 Show a photo where light or particular lighting conditions are an essential part of the photo: for example, light rays beaming from behind a cloud or through a window, or light enhancing the outlines of a back-lit subject, or producing myriads of reflections from a water surface, or highlighting an element in a landscape with a dark background, or lighting up a transparent/translucent object, or…. any other scene that catches your eye where light is a central element. IMPORTANT: Photos must be taken during the month of February 2010! All others will be disqualified. This supercedes the "Capture Date" below.