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Winner: Winter in the Netherlands
The streets of thunder Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Dec 2010 Snow, thunderstorms, rain, etc. In short, Bad weather is what you need to capture in this challenge. 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.
Winner: Christmas Candy
Black, Green, White, Red: Holidays Are Coming Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Dec 2010 READ CAREFULLY: This challenge is all about the November-December holiday season: Christmas, U.S. Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or whatever else holiday that you and yours celebrate at this time of year - but the photo *MUST* have a holiday theme/subject. Happy Holidays Everyone! :)
Winner: Rock DJ
~ In the discotek ~ Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Dec 2010 Its the time to disco !!!!!!
Winner: sadden... TT
Breakup Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Dec 2010 We sure have been through several... What did they look like?
Diamonds Outside Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Dec 2010 No specific theme
Sigma-Foveon does Black and White Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Dec 2010 Cameras equipped with the Foveon sensor are renown for producing stunning colour images because of their unique three layer technology. But how good are they at black and white? There are a lot of people who think the monochrome output from these cameras is at least as good their colour. Make a powerful statement in monochrome with your Sigma-Foveon images. Subjects can be anything, so long as they don't contravene the DPR Challenges Rules.
Winner: Canines in Combat
Conflict Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Dec 2010 Conflicts between people, appointments, countries, time...you name it....
In the City Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Dec 2010 Show me your best shot of urban life in the city. Photo should clearly show an urban setting in a big city, not a small town. This is about people, so their needs to be at least one person in the picture. Make sure your entry is interesting!
Winner: B-24 Tail
Anaglyph Color Stereo (Red/Cyan or Green/Magenta) Challenge finished on Thursday, 16 Dec 2010 This challenge is for images encoding "3D" as anaglyph stereo images to be viewed with either red-left/cyan-right or green-left/magenta-right glasses. There are many ways to produce anaglyphs. The easiest is by making a $1 filter you place in front of your lens -- see http://www.instructables.com/id/Use-Your-Camera-To-Capture-3D-Anaglyphs/. Alternatively, you can color-filter or post-process a stereo pair of images captured using a mirror assembly to give a split view, a matched pair of offset cameras (e.g., using CHDK), or one camera that is simply moved between two exposures.