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Winner: The Eye
Surreal composite fantasies Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Oct 2009 The rules for this challenge are simple: you take a shot, and then in PS or other software that can do this, you make a mirror (flopped horizontally or vertically) copy of that original image and paste the two or more images together to create something that can't possibly exists in real life, but nevertheless attains a very beautiful, interesting intriguing and inspiring quality. As if you really wanted something like that to exist in real life. Subject matter: suggestions: architecture, landscapes, objects, basically anything, but not humans or animals or flowers. Also, no combining of different originals and no more than 4 of the original image per assembly. The final result can be square, rectangular or panoramic type size (e.g. 3 images vertically or horizontally aligned).
Winner: Warning! curves ahead
She is sexy!! Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Oct 2009 Women, sexy...let us have it!! Be sensible with your photo choice, there is a fine line between "sexy" and plain "porn/nudity"
Triptych: When a Single Picture Won't Do Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Oct 2009 There are times when a sequence of photos does a better job of telling the story than a single image. This is a very specific challenge requirement for a "triptych". Combine a sequence of three images into a single submitted image that tells more of the story than a single image would. See additional rules for more details.
Idle Times @ Streets Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Oct 2009 Please post a photo which shows somebody spending his idle time along a street. The photo must show one or more subjects in a street doing nothing and the expression of the main subject must look like he/she is idle.
Winner: The Could Gate, Chicago
Cities at Night Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Oct 2009 Plain and simple, let's see you favourite city at night. You can submit anything from an expansive skyline with the buildings all lit up to a grungy street level shot. Be creative!
Winner: In Vino Veritas
Composition: Foreground Framing Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Oct 2009 Finding a good, well-lit subject is the first challenge faced by a photographer. The second is how to compose the shot. One technique calls for "framing" the subject with foreground elements; this helps draw the viewer's eye to the subject. For this challenge, submit an image that includes distinct, but OUT OF FOCUS, foreground framing elements. See the "Additional rules" and refer to the sample images for illustration.
Winner: La Femme Fatale
~ elegance ~ Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Oct 2009 elegance is subject for this time...n waiting for those elegance pictures
Winner: Precious sandals
Joggie van Staden
Joggie van Staden
Shoes Challenge finished on Friday, 23 Oct 2009 Shoes in the world. Fashion and Traditional. Ladies', men's, children's, all
Winner: Schock and Awe
Kitsch Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Oct 2009 Please show us the kitsch. Make it so sweet that it hurts. Post-processing is welcome (i.e. frames, borders, patterns, corny quotes and mottos).