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Winner: Heavenly easter egg
Eggs... Like Easter eggs ! Challenge finished on Thursday, 14 May 2009 Easter eggs just arrived... Show us where !
A Single Color Challenge finished on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 This challenge is simple enough. The photograph must contain "A Single Color" as main theme. It can be multiple objects, or a series, what ever. But the main object/subject must be a single color, or shades of the same color. Look around, you'd be surprised where you can find this!
Pets Challenge finished on Tuesday, 12 May 2009 An obvious theme but try to find the BEST photos of your pets that you can find, whether new or in your archives. The only real limitation is that it be actual pets that people would commonly have. (Sorry Texas lion and tiger owners!) Iguanas, yes; Komodo Dragons, no! I would hope that voters would pay attention to elements of surprise and not the all too common baby sitting on the dog's head.
Reportage (2) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 12 May 2009 The second of the regular reportage series. This is a series that encourages entrants to take photos in their daily lives and be reporters of their personal stories. Photos must be taken after the announcement date of this challenge, and any photo that does not contain a caption will be disqualified. Try to use the caption to explain more about the background story of the photo, and not just describe what the photo is.
Winner: Flying Close
Birds Challenge finished on Monday, 11 May 2009 Capture a shot of a bird in nature... not in Urban areas!
Winner: Snail on a Blue Door
Macro world Challenge finished on Monday, 11 May 2009 our nature in macro photography flowers, insects ....
Winner: The Shining (1980)
Recreate a classic movie still Challenge finished on Sunday, 10 May 2009 Rick heartbroken in Casablanca, Rhett Butler in the old south, Marilyn playing the ukelele, Don Corleone listening to a fellow Sicilian's complaint. The list of possible settings is limitless. Please recreate a scene from a classic movie as best as you can--clothes, postures, space, and lighting. The subjects don't have to look like the original actors, and the background don't need to match the original. But please try to stay with movie scenes from classics that can be recognized by most viewer. What is a classic? For some film historians it would be a movie produced between the '30's and the 50's in Hollywood, but not in this challenge. You have a La Dolce Vita scene in mind? Last Year in Marienbad? Chinatown? The Matrix? Goodfellas? Amelie? Wallace and Gromit? Borat? They are all fine!
Winner: Grouped for sunset
C I N E M A S C O P E Challenge finished on Sunday, 10 May 2009 This challenge is about widescreen images with reference to Cinemascope, which had been developed for the movies in the 50's. Originally Cinemascope it meant an aspect ratio of 2.66:1, finally a 2.35:1 ratio, which is still used today.The main point of the challenge is creating a compelling image which has an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 (width:height)! Everything goes, architecture, portraits, macros (?) ... Please do not limit yourself to wideangle landscape shots and try to think a bit in a filmic way, where also tele lenses are used to fill up the screen. One approach could be to use some tape on the screen if you have life view ... it is not as easy aas you may think right now.
Winner: Hellnar Church
found framed Challenge finished on Saturday, 09 May 2009 Images whose primary subject is naturally framed by another subject. Port-holes, breaks in the foliage, windows, the eye of a needle. The framing must be clearly evident and absolutely no post-processing borders allowed. Good lucj
Winner: A Flat Calm
Renewable Energy Challenge finished on Saturday, 09 May 2009 Even if the word "renewable" is not correct, this kind of energy will play a significant role in the future. Show us your images where the main subject is related to the generation of energy, coming from renewable sources.
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