Challenge series hosted by Aidan Jaros Grilli. Challenges start on Saturdays.
Anything at all.
Finished (12 challenges)
Winners announced: 22nd December, 2012 GMT
Winner: Early morning dew
Your best image using the Brenizer Method.
11. Canon EF 70-200
Winners announced: 17th November, 2012 GMT
Winner: Red Shouldered Hawk 44
Your best image taken with an EF 70-200mm lens. f/2.8 or f/4 doesn't matter
10. Canon EOS 40D
Winners announced: 3rd November, 2012 GMT
Winner: A Journey to the Unknown
Your best image taken with a Canon EOS 40D.
9. Nifty Fifty
Winners announced: 24th March, 2012 GMT
Use any 50mm lens. If there is a crop factor with smaller sensors, it doesn't matter, just post the factor.
Winners announced: 10th December, 2011 GMT
Winner: Daisy, daisy . . . .
Any image with a zoom point LOWER THAN 20MM !!!!! and you can use a fish eye lens for this challenge. If you have used a post-editing program, you wil be DQ'd.
Winners announced: 12th November, 2011 GMT
Winner: Three Sisters
Only students at Katoomba High School can enter this challenge. It is more of an exhibition than a challenge, so don't complain!
Winners announced: 5th November, 2011 GMT
Do what the title says.
Winners announced: 29th October, 2011 GMT
Winners announced: 22nd October, 2011 GMT
Any photo with an exposure of 30 seconds or more. Exposure, meaning open shutter, not exposing your body.
Winners announced: 15th October, 2011 GMT
Winner: Magical Forest
Have you ever wanted to enter a challenge with a good photo, but there it was "no HDR"? This challenge is all about HDR images. Submit ant HDR photo.
Winners announced: 8th October, 2011 GMT
Winner: The tallest wheel
Any photo of wheels, one wheel or more. Any wheel, broken, new, old, anything.
Winners announced: 1st October, 2011 GMT
Winner: Like a feather
Don't you hate it, when there is a good challenge but you need to have posts in the forums to enter. This challenge is for you to enter the photos you would have posted. The idea for this challenge came from "coulda shoulda woulda Secon Chance II".