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Winner: Minimal Landscape
The Lone Tree Challenge finished on Monday, 06 Apr 2009 A perennial favourite in landscape photography, the single tree on its own can lend scale to the vastness of the landscape around it, or convey a sense of bleakness and isolation. In this challenge, show us your favourite tree and how it fits into it's surroundings.
Postcard Challenge finished on Sunday, 05 Apr 2009 Go back through your travel pictures and hunt for an image that reflects the personality of a city or town you visited. If you had to send one image as a postcard to your loved one which one would it be? Every picture must accompany the name of the place as the title and a short description of why you think it represents the place.
Winner: Gokyo Ri
Valley Challenge finished on Friday, 03 Apr 2009 We're looking for the essence of the valley, the image conjured up in your minds eye when you think of the word. Composition hints would include stunning scenery, moody lighting, eerie weather.
Rubbish Challenge finished on Thursday, 02 Apr 2009 No, we don't want your rubbish pictures (now THAT would be a popular challenge I guess), instead we want images that show any kind of rubbish, be it round your house or out in the wild (if you live anywhere in the outskirts of London you should have plenty of photo opportunities) , photographed to make it look interesting or even 'attractive'.
Winner: Mid-air disaster: farewell flight gone terribly wrong
Reportage (1) Challenge finished on Wednesday, 01 Apr 2009 One of the most essential skills of a photojournalist is captioning to relate a photo to give more information or put a photo into context. In what is to be a once a month regular challenge, go out during the week and take a photo set in your normal life and tell the viewer what is interesting about it for you. Be a photojournalist within your own life.
Inherent symmetry sans reflection Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Mar 2009 Shoot something which is (roughly) symmetrical without resorting to faux-symmetry effects via reflection. Reflective surfaces may appear in the shot but can't contribute to the symmetry.
Winner: Invasion of privacy.
View from my window Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Mar 2009 A simple challenge, let's see the view from your window. It could be where you live or where you work, just show us something interesting about your surroundings.
Winner: man and blizzard
A wind blows Challenge finished on Wednesday, 25 Mar 2009 Invisible and yet powerful winds are an essential part of nature. In this challenge, show how winds effects nature, people or animals and how it can have both a gentle caress and be a unstoppable force.
In a private world Challenge finished on Monday, 23 Mar 2009 In cities we are all in a world of our own to some extent, especially in public, be it talking on a mobile phone walking down a street, listening to music on a bus or reading a book on a park bench. In this challenge show images of people who appear to be in their own world not noticing what is going on around them.
Winner: Cracking Up
Compression Challenge finished on Sunday, 22 Mar 2009 Interpret the word 'compression' in any way you choose. Telephoto lens 'perspective compression' is the obvious contender, but you're not limited to this approach. To encourage you to go out and shoot, images must be taken after the announcement date of the challenge.
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