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Winner: Red Eyed Tree Frog
Depth of Field in a Macro! Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Jul 2009 Post your best macro shot, where the ENTIRE subject is in focus- blow us away! You can use techniques like 'Focus Stacking' etc to get the desired DoF. Please READ the rules before submission. Any photo not conforming to the rules, will be disqualified!
Winner: The Black Ferris
Night at the funfair Challenge finished on Thursday, 16 Jul 2009 Funfair by night pictures only in this challenge !
Shooting The Shooter Challenge finished on Thursday, 16 Jul 2009 So you think your camera brand is the best in the world? Time for some fun! Make a picture of someone else, who's fiddling around with a camera from another manufacturer. Making the owner of 'The Other Brand" look silly is perfectly acceptable.
Winner: The Day's Catch
A day fishing Challenge finished on Wednesday, 15 Jul 2009 Show us your Big Catch!
Winner: China Great Wall, North of Beijing
Hills with a view Challenge finished on Monday, 13 Jul 2009 Hills with a view to infinity.
odd man out Challenge finished on Saturday, 11 Jul 2009 show us odd man out pictures. i am sure this will bring beautifully composed pictures
Winner: Pathways of Light
Tree or Roots! Challenge finished on Friday, 10 Jul 2009 Let's see your most creative shot of a tree or a tree's roots. This means, not two trees, not three trees, but one tree (or one tree's roots). The tree should dominate the photograph. You can post a shot of a tree with it's shadow. Shoot up, down, wide angle, close up (does not mean that you just show a leaf or a branch), however you wish. Just remember- the tree MUST dominate the photograph. No people. no animals etc. Please READ the rules before submission. Any photo not conforming to the rules, will be disqualified!
Music halls Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jul 2009 Show us pictures of music halls architecture from the inside !
Winner: Dance on Fire
Fire Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jul 2009 From a simple match or candle to something really big, show us the beauty of flames.
Winner: Colour Moon
The Shadow Knows Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jul 2009 Tone mapping has been a well-respected artistic tool at least since Ansel Adam's book "The Print" -- but it required a set of darkroom techniques that were difficult to master. Now tone mapping is possible in-camera using contrast and exposure settings, shadow adjustment, etc. Image editing software on a computer allows even more complex transformations: HDR (High Dynamic Range) processing, levels adjustments, retinex, dodge/burn, etc. The challenge here is to use tone mapping to make a photograph express your artistic vision rather than what the camera literally saw.
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