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Challenge series hosted by ShKen. Challenges start on Fridays.
Have an itch for a new DSLR? Craving for a new lens? Dreaming about a latest cell phone? Do you suffer from GAS (gear acquisition syndrome)? Well you came to the right place, here you can share photos taken with your last gadgets. Just tell us what you hoped to gain. Note, this is a technology oriented challenges so please provide all technical details: Camera, lens, EXIF … Don't solicit for a specific brand, just the effect you were looking for and means to get it.
Announced (1 challenge)
Submissions start day: 5th September, 2014 GMT
Very simple, shre with us great panning picture. Check for technical information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panning_(camera) Or better: http://digital-photography-school.com/the-art-of-panning/ The main object should be moving and the camera should follow its movement to capture it sharply while the background is blurred.
Open for submissions (1 challenge)
Voting starts: 5th September, 2014 GMT
Share with us photos taken with a filter or polarizer. Any filter or polarizer will do as long as it is actually a physical one that was mounted on the lens. UV filter can be used provided that other type of filter or polarizer was used also. For sample photos check: http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/camera-lens-filters.htm
Open for voting (1 challenge)
Winners announced: 5th September, 2014 GMT
This challenge is about us photographers. Share with us photos depicting photographer's dedication to capture an exciting moment.
Finished (10 challenges)
Winners announced: 29th August, 2014 GMT
Winner: Bursting Baloon
Share with us photos of a fast moving object. Any object will do: splashes of water flying dust particles, lightning flame ... Just make sure shutter speed is 1/1000 or faster. Sample photos were taken using a tripod, natural lightning in my porch. This challenge is a tribute to chirptees, the winner of "Colour on Black- (Full Colours Only + Border)" with his great photo: Splash
Winners announced: 22nd August, 2014 GMT
Winner: WRC World Rally Championship
Share with us photos of extreme sport of any kind. Must provide all technical detail. Don't have an example check the following links: http://www.extremesportsphoto.com/ http://adventure.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/ http://www.exposureguide.com/extreme-sports-photography-tips.htm
Winners announced: 15th August, 2014 GMT
Winner: Hyatt Regency Duesseldorf
We love taking photos of large buildings and monuments, but… Often the object is skewed, unless you have a drone you must PP the image to fully appreciate its beauty. Share with us a photo showing a monument, of any kind, before and after alignment. Be creative, have fun.
Winners announced: 8th August, 2014 GMT
Winner: Laser Pointer
Very simple, take a photo laser beam. Add smoke or dust to get the drama.
Winners announced: 1st August, 2014 GMT
Love new gadgets? Cameras, lenses, cell phone tablets …? You love them! Share with us your latest unboxing experience.
5. More HDR
Winners announced: 25th July, 2014 GMT
Winner: Marine Fitzgerald Reserve, California
Love HDR? Great! Show us some of your creations with combunation of at least 5 pictures.
Winners announced: 18th July, 2014 GMT
Winner: Crowned Crane in Flight
Got a professional DSLR or SLR? Show us what it can (or could) do. Extra long exposure, low light photography, image quality, everything goes ...
Winners announced: 11th July, 2014 GMT
Winner: antique clocks
Share with us your first sepia photo. Tell us what made you take a photo in a modern camera and PP to look old.
Winners announced: 4th July, 2014 GMT
Winner: Sydney Opera House by moonlight
Finally got your FIRST DSLR or mirrorless This is the place to share some results you got with your new camera (any brand), just tell us what you looked for and what you actually gained.
1. A new lens
Winners announced: 27th June, 2014 GMT
Finally got your new ultra-wide lens? Big zoom lens? Large aperture? This is the place to share some results you got with your new lens (any kind or brand), just tell us what you looked for and what you actually gained.