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Winner: Living on the Edge
At the Edge of... Challenge finished on Tuesday, 18 May 2010 Show us photographs of things/items/people/pets etc being at the edge of something e.g. a rock, a table, a dock etc.
a complete unknown
a complete unknown
Masterclass: Composition Challenge finished on Tuesday, 18 May 2010 This challenge is to comment on your submitted photo in terms of composition. Tell us why you think it has strong compositional elements, like lines, curves, placement of subject, etc. Tell us what compositional rules you used, or why you broke them.
Winner: close view
Cross stitch Challenge finished on Tuesday, 18 May 2010 "Cross-stitch is a type of decorative sewing where one stitch crosses another". So you are welcome to share us with final works of this art right now. Also accepted the views of sewing as a process and accessories around our theme.
Pentax Exhibition: Sunset or Sunrise Challenge finished on Monday, 17 May 2010 "sun-set" - noun: The daily descent of the sun below the western horizon. "sun-rise" - noun: The daily first appearance of the sun above the eastern horizon. *Note - Challenge is only open to photos taken with a Pentax or Samsung camera!
Winner: Life In Balat
Cities of the World: Istanbul Challenge finished on Monday, 17 May 2010 A very open challenge, post your best shot from Istanbul, Turkey. All styles are encouraged. Please see the additional rules.
Winner: City for two
-Bi-racial Friends (Full Colour Only)- Challenge finished on Monday, 17 May 2010 Take a shot (preferably posed) of two adult friends who are from different race, and state their what race they are. Focus should be on the face or body.
Stonehenge Challenge finished on Monday, 17 May 2010 Show of your unique view of the ancient marvel of Stonehenge in England.
Winner: Great falls
> Nikon's best tales ( I ) Challenge finished on Monday, 17 May 2010 Share the best shot taken with a Nikon slr or dslr.
Winner: The pond : Modern Architecture
Tribute to: Ernst Haas Challenge finished on Sunday, 16 May 2010 "I don't belive in photography for photography," Hass said. "I believe that a photographer has to be linked to all the other arts." Ernst Haas was famous for his feel for color. While he photographed in a straight documentary style, his vision led to producing wonderful semi-abstracts in which color itself was the subject. He took seamingly mundane subjects and presented them with a painterly, poetic quality simply by how he captured light and color. Show us your best photos which evoke the style of Ernst Haas