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Last week's challenge was based on using extreme telephoto to draw the subject in from far away. Now, show me your best photos of scenes & subjects taken at a very wide-angle setting. Be creative; use looking up/looking down perspectives, take advantage of the barrel distortions to create near/far effects..... do everything you can to make your photo a fascinating wide angle. Fish-eye photos are welcome. Please read the rules carefully before entering.
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Tuesday, 4th March, 2014 (GMT)
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