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Venice, Italy Challenge finished on Monday, 25 Jan 2010 Capture the very unique city Venice, Italy.
Winner: Greasy Spoon
> Morning coffee and newspapers ( Sepia tones ) Challenge finished on Monday, 25 Jan 2010 Many of us start the day with a strong, flavored, black coffee and a newspaper. In the office, in airports, on the train or in the car you enjoy the morning coffee taste together with some fresh news. Say "Good Morning" to us by including a coffee and a newspaper/magazine in your sepia tone exposure.
Winner: Somebody should call his wife...
Stephen K Lee
Stephen K Lee
Funniest picture ever taken.. Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Jan 2010 Post the funniest picture that you have ever taken. The objective here is to make the person voting smile or laugh. Please no pictures of signs, screenshots. Just photos that you have taken in the past that made you laugh.
Winner: Cambodian Monk
The Inherent Dignity of Mankind Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Jan 2010 Photographers such as W. Eugene Smith and Margaret Bourke-White were masters of portraying the dignity inherent in their human subjects. They could do this in even the worst circumstances and surroundings. In this challenge, present photos which portray the dignity of a person or people as the main subject, especially if it's under difficult-or even undignified-circumstances. Please read and follow additional rules. Thanks
Winner: Barn with Tree
Beautiful Barns Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Jan 2010 Show us your best barn.
Winner: Twight Serenade
Kenneth J. Martin
Kenneth J. Martin
Dramatic Light: Green Filtered B&W Male Portrait Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Jan 2010 Photographers who have studied B&W have a pretty good idea how filters affect the final image. While the green filter gets used in some landscapes to lighten the foliage, it is also good for portraiture. It filters out excess blue and adds tone to pale complexions. The green filter was a favorite of bygone portrait photographers because it brought out those strong features in men. Start with a color portrait of a man (not a boy). Use your editing software to perform a color separation on the image and present the green filtered result. Note that the point of this challenge is to expand your understanding of how color can affect B&W images. Don't just process the image using no-brainer software tools, experiment with the green channel and really learn something.
Winner: "That Tree"
Your best 2009 Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Jan 2010 Show us your best shot from last year
Winner: Magic night in Valencia
PP: Modern Cityscapes Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Jan 2010 Submit an image of a physical aspect of a city or highly developed urban area and emphasize the atmosphere and dynamics of everyday life. Set the mood and tone of the composition by applying your favorite post processing (PP). The goal of the PP is to enhance the picture so it tells the story in a more dramatic and interesting way but without altering the subject or scene.
Winner: The Upward Path
Straight Lines & Curves (Architecture) Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Jan 2010 There are buildings of different shapes all around the world. Architecture gives us an opportunity to capture various geometrical shapes, especially in cities. Post pictures of buildings or their details, that show both straight lines and curved lines.
Winner: Valley of the Ten Peaks
Mountains Ranges Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Jan 2010 Look up - look waaaay up - it's time to apply the "Art of Earth" concept to mountain ranges. That means multiple mountains must be the main feature of the photographs submitted. And because this is the "Art of Earth" only natural scenes are permitted - no human elements or built environments, please!
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