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Winner: Log Boom Park_No Watermark
Digital wallpaper: Open Challenge finished on Wednesday, 16 Mar 2011 The client seeks a suitable image for a new electronic device. The device is a oversize hand-held computer/communicator which uses icons and gestures for input. This enables the inclusion of a wallpaper image in the background. The image must be horizontal (although the device is used in both horizontal and vertical formats). The client wants a breathtaking image, preferably a landscape, that does not include too much in the way of distraction. We understand this to mean that there should be no obvious subject to detract from the interface.
Spider Webs Challenge finished on Wednesday, 16 Mar 2011 Only the web itself, NO SPIDERS VISIBLE IN THE FRAME. The web must be the main subject of your photo. If it's not, I may DQ it at my discretion.
Winner: 'Pizza boy'
Kids and Pizza Challenge finished on Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011 Kids and Pizza...what a great combination! Show us a kiddo enjoying a piece of pizza.
Winner: Impressions of Childhood
Life imitating Art Challenge finished on Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011 A real world situation/person... imitating art... art and real world situation/person preferably in the same frame!
Advertising Photography Challenge finished on Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011 Your challenge is to take a photograph suitable for advertising. It took nearly 100 years for photography to become mainstream in the advertising business. The ad industry itself became a professional effort in the 1920s, and advertising largely became photographic by the end of the decade. Not originally considered a fine art form, advertising photography nevertheless employed the highest-paid photographers who used the highest level of quality and technique for their final product. Because of its base origins, the influence of commercial photography on the general art is often neglected. Advertising photography was greatly influenced originally by Pictorialism; but then mainly used the techniques of Photographic Modernism. Many advertising photos incorporate conceptualism and abstraction. Famous advertising photographers include Lejaren à Hiller, Anton Bruehl, Edward Stetchen, Margaret Bourke-White, Paul Outerbridge, Ralph Steiner, Onofrio Paccione, Irving Penn, and Richard Avedon.
Winner: Down By the Condos
Hooters and tits in the city Challenge finished on Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011 Our feathered friends in a clearly URBAN setting. They do not need to be the main element of the picture. No entertainers with feather boa.
~People and Window(s)~ (Full Colours Dayshot+ No animals/minors) Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Mar 2011 Submit Full Colours dayshots shots of Live Adult Human(s) (preferably posing), infront, behind or beside a window(s). The window or the human or both, can be the main subject(s). The window should clearly visible and constitutes an integral element of the composition. The human element should also constitute a critical element of the shot, not just a prop. I would prefer that a 'Human Shadows/Silhouettes Only' shots be discouraged.
Winner: In the Fast Lane
Kid's Sport Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Mar 2011 Show us a child (under 15 years old) playing their favourite sport
Winner: Home sweet home
Yosi K Karl
Yosi K Karl
Home Office Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Mar 2011 Show off your home office.