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somethings missing - mirror Challenge finished on Sunday, 31 May 2015 create an image that shows people, animals, or objects with a part of the subject cropped off or unseen. that cropped part of the image or unseen part should be reflected in water, ice, a mirror, ect... (see example). BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Nazca Booby Portrait
Birds, Birds, Birds! Challenge finished on Saturday, 30 May 2015 For all of you bird-watchers, here's your opportunity to showcase your flying and feathered beauties. Your entry can show one bird or flocks of them, large birds or tiny ones, sitting on branches, in nests, swimming or flying. Please, no caged or domestic birds which have lost their freedom. And no human females, even if they look like an old turkey or a cute young chick... :-) Macro and close-ups welcome. Size: 1,600px on the longer side of your entry. As this will be a popular challenge, please don't ruffle my feathers. Ensure the size of your entry is correct before entering, and the other rules are met. Disqualified entrants will not be invited to resubmit.
Stairs - Part 2 Challenge finished on Saturday, 30 May 2015 Back by popular demand, I'm setting up a second challenge, but this time I would like you to submit your image of both indoor and outdoor stairs. As before, no people or animals in the image. Try to capture your image using light to its best advantage. For those of you that submitted an image in my previous (inside) stair challenge, please enter a different image if you have. I will DQ any previous stair challenge submissions. This is only fair to others who missed out before. I ask you to kindly adhere to this requirement.
Military cargo aircraft Challenge finished on Friday, 29 May 2015 Military cargo aircraft or their derivatives used for special missions (tankers, electronic warfare, airborne early warning, gunships and so on). No civilian airliners or aircraft designed for other roles than airlift.
Winner: A Cooling Swim
Half-baked Challenge finished on Friday, 29 May 2015 Share with us photos were part of a LIVING object(s) is (are) blurred due to motion while other parts of the object(s) and the rest of the scene is sharp. Check sample entry.
- Canon vs Nikon : Rich Vivid Colours - Painted Buildings - Challenge finished on Thursday, 28 May 2015 Take a well composed high quality outdoors dayshot scenery with one or more than one building(s) as the main subject. It has to has eye catching rich vivid colour(s), but not too much that it looks ultra unnatural. It is preferred that the amount of human should be limited to less than 5% of the photo area. Photo can be taken with any Canon or Nikon camera, and main subject should not be silhouette heavy.
Winner: Raccoon Hideout
Animal Homes In Nature Challenge finished on Thursday, 28 May 2015 Submit an image showing the home of a warm-blooded land animal (but not a bird - a separate challenge for that is coming) in its natural habitat. Having the animal and its home in the image is a plus. Please indicate the name of the animal in the notes upon submission.
Winner: Before the Rain
False Colors Challenge finished on Thursday, 28 May 2015 This is a challenge for color images that were captured in a very different color space from that in which they are displayed. For example, color channels could be representing NIR or NUV wavelengths, color channels could be swapped (in RGB, YUV, or any other colorspace), or RGB could even be derived from other scene attributes -- such as distance from the camera.
Winner: Sunset over Baltic Sea
Seascape Challenge finished on Thursday, 28 May 2015 Illustrate this word with your entry: Seascape
Winner: Can you read this palm...what does is say?
Texture Challenge finished on Thursday, 28 May 2015 It's time again to utilize on of the pillars of photography. Submit your work that has excellent texture; that is, one should be able to look at your image and almost be able to feel the subject, whether it's splinters from kindling, holes in volcanic rock, or fibers on a leaf. Subject matter is open. Texture must be the focal point of your image.
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