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The Macro Lens Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 Show what you can achieve by using a macro lens
Mmmmmm Dessert Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 Desserts! Basic to complicated!
Favorite Candy(s) - READ THE RULES OR BE DQ'ed! Thanks. Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 As the title says Favorite Candy. -all pictures should follow the rules of DPReview and the challenge/series! -can be from any country and year. ONLY WHAT YOU HAVE HELD AND/OR SEEN IN PERSON! CANNOT USE OTHER PEOPLE'S PICTURES!
Winner: Fisherman, Pythagorio
Perfect Imperfection (I) Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 "Some beautiful things are more impressive when left imperfect than when too highly finished." Life is not about finding a perfect life cycle, it is about seeing an imperfect life cycle perfectly. Show us a picture to illustrate/demonstrate that concept/philosophy.
Winner: Space ©
~ Your Living-room ~ Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 Show us the best shot for your Living-room.
Winner: Blue & White
Minimalist (Blue +White Only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Basically that
Winner: TELE: The boss
Teleconverters vs. Cropping (title TELE: or CROP:) Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 For as long as there have been teleconverters (aka, tele extenders) to multiply the focal length of a prime lens, people have debated if using one really produces a better photo than cropping a prime lens capture. Let's find out. Enter your best photos that either were taken with a 2X or greater teleconverter (TELE:) or were cropped at least 2X (CROP:).
Winner: black swan
Bird silhouette Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Square black and white picture of one bird silhouette
Winner: Old Stone Bridge
Bridge Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Only color pictures of a pedestrians bridge in this challenge
Winner: Fourtyfive Years Behind the Lathe
Environmental Portraiture Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Submit a photograph of a person in their daily environment. -- While the main subject is a person, the secondary subject is their environment. For example, you can photograph a pilot in the cockpit, a chef in the kitchen, an artist in the studio, a mechanic in the garage, or anyone at their home.