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Winner: afternoon walk
B/W City Challenge finished on Sunday, 14 Nov 2010 In this challenge you need to capture the B/W of the city. It is entirely up to you how you interpret the challenge, just remember that your photo should tell a story that makes the viewer blush, laugh, smile, cry, scream, etc. PLEASE REMEMBER THE RULE: Minimum one person in the picture.
Winner: Closed jetty
Closed. Challenge finished on Saturday, 13 Nov 2010 Images with the word closed visible in it.
Winner: Nespresso Coffee Bar in Montreal
Red, Yellow, White, and Food: The Places Where You Eat Challenge finished on Saturday, 13 Nov 2010 This challenge is to depict the restaurants where you eat that you enjoy: fast food, sit down, fancy, take-out - whatever it is, it MUST have the colours red or yellow in the photo. This may seem to favor McDonald's, but many eateries use this colour scheme, so it shouldn't be too hard to find diversity and options. Bon appetit!
Winner: looking through a window
Borders the make the Photo Challenge finished on Saturday, 13 Nov 2010 Normally I don't want to see these in my challenges but this is different. I want to borders, frames etc that really add to the photo in how it is presented.
Winner: ...tension at 800mph....
Tension Challenge finished on Saturday, 13 Nov 2010 When we are taking care of something you really want to get right and have only one chance, we often let stress take over and ruin things for us. Where do you see stress, strain, tension?
Creepy!!! Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Nov 2010 As Halloween approaches, I'd like to see your creepiest shots. Please, NO cute photos of your kids in costume. The goal is to send shivers down the viewers spine!
Winner: Bleak Midwinter
Trees Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Nov 2010 Show me your best photo that contains a tree.
Winner: Chariots of Fire
Frozen Mid-Air! Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Nov 2010 Hi guys 'n gals! For this challenge, you need to take a shot of a person against some backdrop (landscape, cityscape etc- the only thing is that it should not be a plain background like a wall etc.) frozen in mid air. You can achieve this by using a high shutter speed. Get creative by using a flash to freeze the motion while exposing for the background (the choice is yours- you don't have to use the flash). The person should be clearly visible and should be photographed frozen in mid air.
Winner: El Escorial
Door(s) Challenge finished on Thursday, 11 Nov 2010 Color pictures around this topic