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Winner: Capturing for posterity.
Title Slides Challenge finished on Tuesday, 15 Jun 2010 Let's see the first slide of your e-slide show. The slide that sums up, introduces, your Photo presentation: Vacation, Theme, Report.
Winner: I'm comming home mamma!
Once upon a time in Lilliput.. Challenge finished on Tuesday, 15 Jun 2010 Inspired from Jonathan Swift's novel "Gulliver's Travels" this challenge refers to the tiny Lilliputian people Gulliver met. Capture an image that shows us how gigantic our world can be to a tiny creature! Try ground level angles of 45+ degrees or even 90. Use your imagination to create the sense of our big world! I hope everyone has read this classic novel. If not see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulliver%27s_Travels.
Winner: Japanese drawing
> Reviewing and challenging the best tales ( I ) Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Jun 2010 First ranked 75 shots from each of the last 5 challenges in "Photography like a tale" series are invited to join this challenge. Do you think that your shot was ranked unfair? Your shot was first, but what about it in this challenge? Find out the answer, join in!
Winner: Is Your Seat In The Upright Position?
Inside an Airplane Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Jun 2010 Many of us spend much of our time traveling for work or pleasure on airplanes. Show off your unique view of the inside of an airplane.
Winner: Fun at the beach
Beachgoers - Soaking up the Sun (Full colour only) Challenge finished on Monday, 14 Jun 2010 Take a shot of humans at the beach. Try not to submit sihoulette sunshine/sunset shots/gloomy deserted island kinda shots.
Winner: 2 Peas in a Pod
I Don't Agree. Challenge finished on Sunday, 13 Jun 2010 People can have widely differing opinions or responses to the same thing. In this challenge, show 2 or more people whose expressions show very different reactions or opinions. IE: One person laughing while another is crying. Or sone person smiling while another is frowning. One person paying attention while another is yawning or asleep. Etc. Try to avoid so many faces and responses that the composition suffers.
Winner: Modesty Be Gone
Flattery: Sold! Challenge finished on Saturday, 12 Jun 2010 Think you're good? Prove it! Has someone actually paid you for your photography? Submit an image for which you received hard currency ... and give us the background story. (If you don't provide a sufficient background story, prepare to be disqualified.)
Winner: One foggy morning.
Your OLDEST digital image Challenge finished on Friday, 11 Jun 2010 I am going to have to trust your honesty on this one. If you cheat, it's going to be a hollow victory. If you don't, it's going to be fun! Show us the OLDEST image from a digital camera on your hard drive! VOTERS: Please weigh both age and image qualities in your voting. Older, but better images get a higher vote than newer ones that are equally good. Captions explaining the image are also voted higher, please. Tell us about your oldest digital image.
Winner: Looking for a friend
I get no respect Challenge finished on Friday, 11 Jun 2010 With affectionate memories of Rodney Dangerfield. We all have pictures that nobody but we, the photographer (dare we say artist?), loves. Submit a picture that did not fare well in a DP Challenge, or otherwise. Perhaps its a photo that your wife, mom, friends, significant other, etc. really never thought much of, but that you, personally, really, really like. Explain in the title and continue, if necessary in the description, as to what you were trying to accomplish and why you like it this picture. If you enter a photograph, please make the effort to vote on most if not all entries. Try to see the picture from the photographer's point of view, and then make your own personal judgment. You are also also encouraged to leave courteous and constructive feedback on one or two pictures that strike you one way or another.