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Winner: Softly Pink
Counter display: Flowers Challenge finished on Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 The client has a line of floral scented oils and needs a counter display to attract customers from within a department store. The image needs to be bold enough to catch the eye of those passing by, but not so overwhelming as to detract from the products. The image does not have to be sharp; in fact, the client would prefer something very soft and romantic, but feels a super close-up might work as well.
Breach Challenge finished on Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 By that I mean photos of marine life shot at the moment they break through the water's surface. Must be in the wild, no aquariums or seaworld photos please.
F22 Challenge finished on Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 Pictures taken using aperture F22. Pictures with no exposure details will be disqualified.
Winner: While the Women Play
"Shoppin ain't my thing!!!" Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011 Though the male of the species is widely acknowledged as the stronger half of the species, it seems they have a hard time adapting to the circumstances in the harsh outlet environment. There the female of the species really thrive, where as the males look to have lost their spirit... abandoned all hope... lost the will to live. They just weren't made to go hunting in the midst of a mega-sale for high heeled shoes, bra's, ... whatever... Capture these lost souls. [ For more inspiration : http://memyphoneandi.blogspot.com/2010/12/i-shouldnt-be-alive.html ]
Winner: Bad Boy O'Kane
Classical Portraiture Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011 Good portraits in the classical tradition attempt to show people as they are. A classical portrait is minimalist portraiture, since it emphasizes the most recognizable part of a subject, the face. Everything else is less important. Typically, the subjects in these portraits aren't doing anything, they simply *are*. Their poses are relaxed without appearing stiff or awkward. Lighting is very important to give shape to the face, often using Chiaroscuro or Rembrandt lighting. These photographers made at least some famous portraits in the classical manner: Julia Margaret Cameron, Arnold Newman, Irving Penn, Yousuf Karsh, Alfred Stieglitz, Imogene Cunningham, and Philippe Halsman. Find some inspiration in these painters also: John Singer Sargent, Velazquez, Hans Holbein The Younger, Rembrandt, Anthony Van Dyck, Raphael, Joshua Reynolds, and Jan van Eyck.
Winner: Lytham Green
Urban Panorama Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011 Show us panoramas of photos taken in urban environment. Panoramic views of cities will also do.
Winner: No sweat...
Children on Trampolines Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011 Kids can't resist jumping on trampoline's, show us your best shot of a kid in mid-air.
Winner: Sunset in the autumn
Overdone HDR Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011 HDR's that are overdone. Any subtle ones will be DSQ'ed. Think of this as a sequel to the "Subtle HDR" challenge.
Winner: Mars attacks
U.F.O.'s Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011 You may have a picture with an unidentified object. If not, create one. Others did. Pictures of aliens also welcome. The more laughable and fake-looking, the more stars to be awarded.
Winner: Cana Island s
Kenneth J. Martin
Kenneth J. Martin
~ 100% Compliant and Extremely Literal Rule of Thirds People Challenge - (Live Adult(s) Subjects + Rich Full Colours Only + Outdoors Dayshot Only) Challenge finished on Monday, 21 Feb 2011 Make sure your shots are 100% compliant to Rule of Thirds and that 1 or 2 (or more) of the 'power points' are hit. If your shot is ambigous, please provide explaination of why your shot/subject is 100% compliant to the Rule of Thirds. If you don't think the power points should be hit, then please don't submit it. Also kindly be reminded that minors and animals are not allowed. Finally make sure your shot looks good, otherwise, I might DQ it. Good luck and have fun. Helpful Link - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds