Challenge series hosted by higrob24. Challenges start on Tuesdays.
Various challenges, focused around different types of styles of photography.
Finished (11 challenges)
11. Tilt Shift
Winners announced: 21st July, 2015 GMT
Tilt–shift photography is the use of camera movements on small- and medium-format cameras, and sometimes specifically refers to the use of tilt for selective focus, often for simulating a miniature scene.
Winners announced: 14th July, 2015 GMT
Winner: Bicycle race
The Harris shutter is a strip device with three colour filters, invented by Robert S. "Bob" Harris of Kodak. The effect is produced by re-exposing the same frame of film through red, green and blue filters, while keeping the camera steady. This will generate a rainbow of colour around any object that moves within the frame. With digital photography, the process has become a lot simpler – the...
Winners announced: 23rd June, 2015 GMT
Winner: Mountain Gorilla
Black and white shots of (Non Human) mammals only.
Winners announced: 1st November, 2011 GMT
Winner: Will Brown 096a
Hopefully quite a simple theme this time. Challange is about animals in action. The animal in question could be wild or domestic but must be in some kind of dramtic action pose. Animals sleeping\eating\lying down\standing or walking will all be DQ. Remember Dramatic action.
Winners announced: 25th October, 2011 GMT
Winner: The Wave
This is another challange based on an old bit of photography course work I did for my A-Level. Photo must be of a pattern found in nature. This can be in the form of something natural forming a natural pattern or a natural pattern on something. The pattern must be the main focus of the photo, but it should not be a simple texture shot. No photos that look like fabric or paint samples...
Winners announced: 18th October, 2011 GMT
Winner: Missing pillars
The challange is to create a photo where main subject is noticable by the very lack its missing from the photos. This can be achieved many ways by either not having the subject in the photo at all, or removing the subject in PP. If you take the photoshop route it must not be obvious that something has been removed. Ie no blanks spaces where the object was. Think the heinz ketchup advert with...
Winners announced: 11th October, 2011 GMT
Winner: Irresistable Force // Immovable Object
Long-exposure photography or time-exposure photography involves using a longer than average duration shutter speed to sharply capture the stationary elements of images while blurring, smearing, or obscuring the moving elements. Incase my desciption is not clear visit, http://www.digital-photography-school.com/long-exposure-photography for examples of what I'm after. Or check out the...
Winners announced: 4th October, 2011 GMT
Winner: Moon Dance
In the area of photography, a silhouette is defined as an outline that appears dark against a light background. More specifically, it is where your subject appears as a plain black shape against a brighter background. It is an artistic photography expression that many photographers like to refine and perfect in their images. This effect can be achieved with any bright light source with the...
Winners announced: 27th September, 2011 GMT
Winner: Farm Field from the Sky
Aerial photography is the taking of photographs of the ground from an elevated position. The term usually refers to images in which the camera is not supported by a ground-based structure. Cameras may be hand held or mounted, and photographs may be taken by a photographer, triggered remotely or triggered automatically. Platforms for aerial photography include fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters,...
Winners announced: 20th September, 2011 GMT
Basically high speed photography is a technique of capturing images with a remarkably quick shutter speed and mostly used for the scenes which cannot be seen with naked eyes
Winners announced: 13th September, 2011 GMT
Photos taken while in the Open Ocean, Deep water. By definition, there is no bottom in blue-water diving. In fact, any diving where the maxim “if you drop it, it’s gone forever” holds true, even if the bottom is only 50 m (165 ft) deep, could probably be considered “blue water.” The most common applications, however, are in places where the bottom is far deeper than one can see or go while...