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Winner: St. Josephat's
Rodger in Edmonton
Rodger in Edmonton
- Beautiful Designed Spaces- (in Full Colours Only) Challenge finished on Sunday, 27 May 2018 Think you have it in you to take interior design pictures? Think you'll be No.1? Then read on. Enter a photograph taken in ample light, preferably well lit by the sun, of beautiful designed (mostly interior) spaces. Verandahs, courtyards and other semi sheltered spaces are also acceptable. Rules? 1) Final photo must be high quality image with has high image quality, accurate white balance, low distortion. 2) Space must be beautiful and visually appealing 3) Absolutely no human present. 4) No closeups, or macros please. See comments section for a link to an instagram with suitable samples.
Winner: Spring evening
Landscape #1 Challenge finished on Saturday, 26 May 2018 In this challenge, "landscape" is taken in a fairly broad way. It can, of course, be scenes with trees, hills, valleys, and rivers, but could also be scenes of such things as seascapes, villages, large cities, harbors, farms, and industrial parks. The important thing is that, to paraphrase author Brian Bower, it should be a picture of a place rather than a specific person or thing. People, plants, animals, boats, trains, bridges, and buildings may well appear in your picture, but they should not be the most important element; they should add to the sense of place rather than be the main subject matter. This challenge does have size and capture date restrictions, plus a requirement for writing something about your picture in the description field.
Winner: Bringing Home the Bacon
My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Thursday, 24 May 2018 Ok folks, best photo taken after the announce date is back! DATE RULE: Your photo must have exif data for a date check, otherwise it will be disqualified. SIZE RULE: Maximum height / width of 2048 pixels - common for Facebook uploads.
Winner: Lost in cyber space
Your City - Look Down Challenge finished on Wednesday, 23 May 2018 For this challenge a shot of something on the Streets of the city is requested, but the shot must be taken downwards. As Always, tell us the location where the picture was taken.
Winner: I Think I Can? I Think I Can?
Dangerous Challenge finished on Wednesday, 23 May 2018 Let's see your interpretation of dangerous.
Winner: ON THE TAXIWAY
Leaving on a Jet Plane Challenge finished on Wednesday, 23 May 2018 This challenge is for aircraft, limited to commercial jets. There must be an aircraft in the picture, but there can be other pieces in it as well, such as an airport or people. Please tell us where the picture was taken and anything else you can about the shot.
Track and Field Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 May 2018 The theme is any one running, jumping, or throwing something. it can be groups it can be individuals, and it may or may not be organized. Only known organized sports that are not track and field will dq a picture.
Winner: Guess who forgot to floss this morning!
Any Bill Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 May 2018 Bill is a person, bill is money, bill is post no bills, a legal proposal, owed money, a place, a song, whatever has to do with bill. Please indicate if it is not a bill, why you think it is a bill. Confused? Don't be, don't ask, just do it. This is a challenge where you can really think outside the box.
Winner: Blue in love
Seven Story plots - Comedy (and romance) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 May 2018 This is the fifth in the series: ‘Seven Story Plots’. Submit one or two creative and inspirational illustrations for a light or humorous story with a happy or cheerful ending. The central motif is the triumph over adverse circumstance, resulting in a successful or happy conclusion. Booker says comedy is more than humour. It is a pattern where the conflict becomes more and more confusing, but is at last made plain in a single clarifying event. Most romances fall into this category. Examples of Comedy (and romance) stories include: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Bridget Jones's Diary, Sliding Doors, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Mr. Bean (The whole series of seven is here: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4256208#forum-post-60785368 )
Winner: Saint Andrews - The cathedral
Frame it! Challenge finished on Tuesday, 22 May 2018 Show one or two photographs where you have used a frame as a compositional device. The frame need not be a man-made structure (a window, doorway, or mirror). It may be a natural part of the composition, such as leaves, branches, rocks or a wall. The frame must emphasise the main subject. Expect to be disqualified if you submit a picture: - where you have simply added a border; or - which simply contains a mirror or picture in a frame.
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