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Winner: Sharp Strawberry
What's for Dinner Challenge finished on Wednesday, 02 Jun 2010 Show us a creative image of your dinner.
Winner: New York Cab
Hep! Taxi! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 02 Jun 2010 This challenge is about taxis from all over the world : those yellow cabs from Manhattan, white Skodas from Madrid, rickshaws and Tuck-tucks from Asia, the world-famous LTI London cabs.... Even chauffeur-driven limousines would qualify, provided they can be clearly identified as individual public transportation means. No coaches, no buses, no camels, no donkeys. Vehicles MUST have WHEELS and maximum capacity of 01 driver + 4-6 passengers. They can be motorized or not .
Winner: Steaming Out Of The Past
Masterclass: Post processing Challenge finished on Tuesday, 01 Jun 2010 Show us your prowess in post processing. - It can be a subte effect, of an all-out image altering exercise! As with all the challenges in this series, in the description you need to explain what effect you wanted to achieve, and how you achieved this. Show us some creative ways to use post-processing.
Winner: A street photographer in training.
Everyday Life: Street scenes Challenge finished on Tuesday, 01 Jun 2010 Kids playing football, people calling for a taxi, mother buying ice-cream to child, a terribly parked car causing traffic jam.. Show us a scene taking place at the streets or show the result of something that happened at the streets.
Winner: Room with a view
Hotel Room Challenge finished on Monday, 31 May 2010 Show off a hotel room you have stayed in for work or pleasure.
Winner: 20 Seconds on the Green Line
Tunnel vision Challenge finished on Monday, 31 May 2010 Please do not take the title literally; this is not about applying extreme vignetting in order to simulate loss of peripheral vision. What I want you to share is your pictures of tunnels (and of what is or is not happening inside/around them). Photos can be taken from within or outside a tunnel, but please let the tunnel be a significant part of your picture's theme, not just a barely visible dot at the background. Since the definition of a tunnel is not universally agreed upon, (and as much as I dislike disqualifying people's photos) I reserve the right to disqualify entries that I feel do not meet the criteria (for instance I will not accept simulated tunnels (as in extreme vignetting or other post-processing techniques), single-standing arches (although a series of adjacent arches producing a tunnel effect could be accepted), or hallways in residential buildings).
> Pentax's best tales Challenge finished on Monday, 31 May 2010 Share the best shot taken with a Pentax slr or dslr.
"I'm sooo S-T-R-E-S-S-E-D out!" Challenge finished on Monday, 31 May 2010 Take a shot of a live adult human that fit's the title above.
Winner: Akha woman - Thailand
Indigenous Cultures Challenge finished on Sunday, 30 May 2010 Nearly every nation or culture has an indigenous or aboriginal ethnic group that is often in the minority. Native Americans, the Ainu of Japan, Aboriginals in Australia, Moari in New Zealand, the Sami in Scandanavia etc. Enter photos showing the indigenous culture of your country.
Winner: Sky's the limit
Participation: The Four-Thousand Club Challenge finished on Saturday, 29 May 2010 This challenge is a knock-down, drag 'em out, tag-team match between the ultimate challenge participants. To enter, you must have placed at least four thousand votes in previous challenges. That's right, four-smegging-thousand. We don't want no namby-pamby, panty-waisted, mamma's apron string tuggin', hypocritical Milquetoasts entering THIS challenge, by god! Post your digital images ... and make sure they're adequate.
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