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Winner: The Hydration Of Anthony
Spoof Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Apr 2015 Recreate an iconic image, from the front page of time magazine to a famous scene from a movie, or an album cover. Happy April fools. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Calm Reflections
Reflections in Calm Waters Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Apr 2015 In this nature challenge, show us your pictures of reeds, bulrushes, plants or tree branches reflected in the calm waters of a pond, lake or river. There should be an element of serenity and peacefulness in your entry. No evidence of man, man-made objects or structures please. Size of entry: 1,600px MAXIMUM on the larger side. I am indebted for the idea of this challenge to the host, ConanFuji who had two similar challenges a few years ago: http://www.dpreview.com/challenges/Challenge.aspx?ID=3746&View=Results&Rows=25 and http://www.dpreview.com/challenges/Challenge.aspx?ID=5114
Winner: Going Home
The American Cowboy Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Apr 2015 The west certainly isn't the west that it was back in the days when the Earp brother’s battled a gang called the cowboys in Tombstone Arizona, but the days of the traditional cowboy that herded cattle and horses of years past are still with us to a degree. Today’s cowboys work on modern ranches, and some of them follow the rodeo circuit. We also have those, today, that dress up like the cowboys/gunslingers of the past, staging old west gunfights with reenactment groups. But apart from those that work as cowboys, there are individuals that just love wearing cowboy style clothing. Submit your images of him, whether working on a ranch, rodeo, in a reenactment group, or just looking like a cowboy in his everyday life. I will be picky in what I accept. An image of someone wearing a cowboy hat in shorts and running shoes doesn't cut it. Realism is a must, which means from his hat down to his boots, and correct attire in between. So please don’t let me have to bury your image in Boot Hill. :)
Winner: Moonlike scenery
Moonscape Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Apr 2015 Moonscape pictures - close ups of the Moon close-up taken with long focal lenses or landscape pictures taken on Earth of lunar looking areas.
Winner: So sleepy...
To fly Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Apr 2015 Share with us photos showing adult(s) flying. Flying effect should be obtained using PP see for example: http://portraitinspiration.com/photoshop-tutorial-how-to-photograph-a-floating-person/ In short take two shots with and without the subject. Use the background image to replace the supporting object resulting in "flying" object.
Winner: Old Studebaker-medium
Old Classic Cars (or Trucks) Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Apr 2015 Theme is old cars or trucks. In their current state, not restored. For the purposes of this challenge, cars should be no newer than 1970's models.
Winner: To work with a shovel
The best of a bad situation - Portraits in nasty weather Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Apr 2015 Show how you've made beautiful portraits in conditions you would deem less than ideal. If you're anything like me, you consider snow to be a wonderful opportunity, but dreary and 40 degrees is awful. No matter what you consider to be sub-optimal about the situation, you're welcome to post. Please clearly state in your description what was poor about the situation. Was it terrible light? Was it cold? Was all plant life dead? Rain? You get the idea. Must be an outdoor portrait of one or two individuals.
- Spaghetti- (Full Colours Only + Border) Challenge finished on Thursday, 16 Apr 2015 Take dayshot photo which fits the title above. It is preferred that the amount of human should be limited to less than 0% of the photo area. Put a Border around the photograph. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... .
Winner: sea power
Powerful Seas Challenge finished on Thursday, 16 Apr 2015 Submit a photo of our planet's oceans, emphasizing the power that they hold. What you deem as powerful is up to you, but try to focus more on the oceans themselves, rather than what dwells in them.