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Winner: In Vino Veritas
Composition: Foreground Framing Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Oct 2009 Finding a good, well-lit subject is the first challenge faced by a photographer. The second is how to compose the shot. One technique calls for "framing" the subject with foreground elements; this helps draw the viewer's eye to the subject. For this challenge, submit an image that includes distinct, but OUT OF FOCUS, foreground framing elements. See the "Additional rules" and refer to the sample images for illustration.
Winner: Precious sandals
Joggie van Staden
Joggie van Staden
Shoes Challenge finished on Friday, 23 Oct 2009 Shoes in the world. Fashion and Traditional. Ladies', men's, children's, all
Winner: Schock and Awe
Kitsch Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Oct 2009 Please show us the kitsch. Make it so sweet that it hurts. Post-processing is welcome (i.e. frames, borders, patterns, corny quotes and mottos).
Parks and Gardens Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Oct 2009 Sow us your favorite picture of your favorite Park or Garden within city limits. Pls observe that the image must be shot after the announcement of this challenge.
SOOP (Straight Out Of Phone) Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Oct 2009 Grab your camera phone and show what it's capable of. EXIF must be present in your image.
Winner: Japanese Garden
"A..." Like Architectured gardens Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Oct 2009 Show us only nicely composed pictures of public or private gardens
Beyond Human Perception Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Oct 2009 Most of the photos people take use the camera to capture what people see; the challenge is to capture things that a person normally would NOT be able to see. The subject might be unseen because it is imaged in NIR (near infrared), happens too quickly (use a fast shutter or flash) or too slowly (use a long exposure or time lapse stacking) for human perception, is seen from a place your camera can go but you can't, etc.
Winner: The Cracked Rock
Colourful Landscapes (ONLY FULL FRAME DSLR cameras) Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Oct 2009 Show us your power and your very best landscape photographs. Photographs taken only with a camera that uses a Full Frame sensor (ex.Canon 5D,Nikon D700 etc).
Winner: Almost there dad...
Daddy's/Mommy's little helper Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Oct 2009 Show us a photo of a child helping Daddy or Mommy (or Brother or Sister as the adult)...Of course, Daddy or Mommy, Brother or Sister MUST also be in the image.
Winner: On the beach of Normandy
Textures & Overlays Challenge finished on Monday, 19 Oct 2009 A central subject can sometimes be enhanced or transformed using overlays and overlaid or integrated textures. This is a process that began in the film era and is made easier, although not necessarily better, by digital post processing. Please read the rules carefully and study the examples before submitting. You should select a central/main subject and then transform it or enhance it by using appropriate overlays and/or textures. The central or main image must be clearly identifiable. NOTE TO VOTERS: Please evaluate these images at normal or large size. The fine detail of textures will not be visible using only the thumbnail.
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