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Winner: Lights on the Creek
In Motion: Tracking, zooming Challenge finished on Saturday, 19 Sep 2009 While commonplace in cinema, a forward or backward motion with a still camera is quite difficult to accomplish and seldom seen. Done properly, the motion streaks create an almost surrealistic tunneling effect. To accomplish this shot, use a slow shutter speed while you and your subject move in synchronization going forward or backward. A similar effect is achieved by changing the focal length of a zoom lens during a long exposure. For this challenge, show us your best tracking/zooming shot, but make sure the effect is ostentatious!! (Note Additional rules!)
Winner: China / Guangxi / Yangshuo
Summer 2009 Challenge finished on Saturday, 19 Sep 2009 Summer is almost over for 2009. Show you best summer pictures.
Winner: golden times
In 'n Out Challenge finished on Friday, 18 Sep 2009 Post an image that consists of two images (merge them into one, either side by side or top/ bottom in Photoshop or another software). So the submitted photo will consist of two images. Both these images will be taken from the EXACT same spot- one of them will be taken at the wide end of your zoom lens and the other taken at the telephoto end of your zoom lens. The idea is to see how well you can compose a subject from the exact same spot at differing focal lengths. For the purpose of this challenge, please don't include any people or animals. All complaints relating to this challenge must be made before voting begins. Once voting is underway, complaints will not be entertained. Have fun!
Distorted Reality Challenge finished on Thursday, 17 Sep 2009 Reality can be so boring, so let's change it. The keyword in this challenge is something we normally try to avoid: distortion. A mild form could be accomplished by a special lens, such as a fish eye, but also by post processing. I strongly suggest to do some serious post processing in order to make your image stand out of the crowd.
Winner: Desmond in Martin Place
icon portrait Challenge finished on Thursday, 17 Sep 2009 Please create the icon. An icon portait of a person (a human - not the animals, plants etc.). Only one person should be visible in the picture and it can't be only a face - show us at least the bust and two hands. And the most important - give it this spiritual flavour. No snapshots - I will be ruthless and disqualify them. Please read Additional rules.
Winner: Facing the mountains.
People far away from home. Challenge finished on Thursday, 17 Sep 2009 Home sweet home might be true, but here we want to see someone who is obviously far away from his/her home. The picture must speak for itself in this respect. Please have a careful look at the rules before entering the challenge.
Winner: Blown out of the water
Water... Challenge finished on Thursday, 17 Sep 2009 Only public fountains pictures in this challenge !
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zaw min tun
laughter! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 16 Sep 2009 Images of and about laughter. People, animals, laughing dolls, whatever. As long as they are laughing, they're allowed.
Winner: Nono love Marian
Honey working on a Honey Dew List Challenge finished on Wednesday, 16 Sep 2009 The summer is good time for the "Repair" specialist to fix small and large Home Projects. Show us a photo of your partner "trying" to fix or build something that has been on your "Honey Dew" repair/build list.
Winner: Brother & Sister
Items For Sale Challenge finished on Tuesday, 15 Sep 2009 We all are photographers so our images of items for sale should be a lot better than the average. So now is the time to show us. However you MUST also display a link illustrating where that item is or was for sale. Feel fee to edit out any of the contact info if needed. If you don't provide the link with your entry then it will be deleted.
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