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Winner: flying high
Macro World Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 Nov 2015 To follow the previous challenge I am making this one for all macro world photos. This means all insects, arachnids, mollusks, etc, all the animals that are tiny and sometimes forgotten/ignored. The idea is to show off the beauty of the tiny creatures on the planet. These tiny guys are your models so show them off in the best way possible without stressing them out or disturbing their home. Must be in their natural settings (no man made structures allowed in photos like carport, wall, human, etc). For judging, what photos show the best and captures the beauty and details of the little subjects. Does this photo show these tiny creatures in a nice light? Photos below show what is acceptable for the challenge (all photos by me)
Winner: Light leaks
Intentional camera movement Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 Nov 2015 In intentional camera movement (ICM), a camera is moved during the exposure for a creative or artistic effect. This causes the image points to move across the recording medium, producing an apparent streaking in the resulting image
Winner: The Shockwave-1587
What a cool truck! Challenge finished on Monday, 02 Nov 2015 The title says - I want to see trucks that have pizzazz, style, beauty or something making them stand out. Let's leave out the rusty junk yard specimens. Showcase the road worthy , or off-road worthy trucks you have come across or own.
Winner: Swim between my teeth
Revealing Reptiles Challenge finished on Monday, 02 Nov 2015 All Creatures Great and Small Challenge #3. All creatures great and Small continues this week with those reptilian rouges. Reptiles include animals from the following families -- turtles, crocodilians, snakes, lizards and tuatara. So frogs are out (Sorry Kermit). Go out and find our scaly friends, but please, don't smile at a crocodile... Any images that do not comply with the rules will be disqualified.
Winner: Woodland Path
A fresh take Challenge finished on Monday, 02 Nov 2015 The challenge is to go through your archives, pick an old photo, and use your post-processing skills to create a fresh perspective on the image. You must show the old version and the re-processed image side-by-side (or one above the other), separated by a border around each. The photo must have been taken in 2014 or earlier. It is okay if the "original" has also been post-processed, it doesn't have to be straight from the camera.
Winner: B I R T H D A Y
Photo Essay - Family Feast Challenge finished on Sunday, 01 Nov 2015 Submit an entry of at least 3 photos (1 entry containing a minimum of 3 photos arranged in a way that helps tell your story such as linear, or comic book style) that tell the story of a mealtime with friends and family. It is Thanksgiving in Canada on Oct. 12 but any meal at any time of year is acceptable the goal is for your collection to tell a story. consider having shots that convey a setting if that is important, detail shots, and action shots depending on the story you want to convey. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN
Winner: Sea defences
Black & White Photo of the Week #1 Challenge finished on Sunday, 01 Nov 2015 Submit a Black & White photo taken after the announcement date. This is a similar challenge to the My Best Photo of the Week hosted by RuthC Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view
FreeLensing: People Portrait Challenge finished on Friday, 30 Oct 2015 I heard about freelensing from Sam Hurd (which if you don't know him please look him up!). He is a professional wedding photographer who likes to do things his own way and explore and discovery new things or perfect old technics with his own style. This will most likely be considered a niche challenge but is open to everyone with a DSLR and the ability to keep their aperture wide open while the lens is detached from the camera body. Please be careful as dust can go into your camera and/or you may drop your lens. Here is a description of how the process works. Take the challenge at your own risk http://www.samhurdphotography.com/2013/technique/freelensing-photography-techniques And please no trolling
Tryptics Challenge finished on Thursday, 29 Oct 2015 A tryptic is normally three photos that are linked together by subject matter and aesthetics. They generally tell a story or set a mood. Visual narration is the key to these images. Make it something compelling. Please NO splitting of one photo into three.
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