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Winner: Class 20, 20227 Sherlock Holmes
Non-Steam Locomotives Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 Submit your photos of locomotives that are not powered by steam. e.g. diesel/oil, gas, electric powered
Winner: Bird House's
Homemade Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 This challenge is for photos of things that you have made, especially functional things made using materials available in your home. Show us things that you created that others might also find useful during this period of COVID-19 shelter in place. Feel free to add a URL to a relevant Instructable or any other website explaining how to make your thing.
Winner: Eyes Upon St Helens
Window photos. Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 Submit your best window photos.
Best Photo of the Week... Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 Enter your best photo taken after the announce date. If you are missing exif due to processing, please contact me to verify the date after you enter. There is no theme, Just enter whatever you photographed that was your best effort.
TX Photo Doc
TX Photo Doc
Dr.'s and nurses.. Challenge finished on Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 Let's see doctors and nurses please, the ones that are on the front lines right now. They can be on scene or off, in uniform or not. Also, A BIG thank you to all of them!
Winner: cattle race
get moving Challenge finished on Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 item in focus that appears to be in motion. something on the move
Landscape through a window Challenge finished on Monday, 27 Apr 2020 Take a landscape photo through a window. Utilise the light at different times of day to your advantage. You must show the window (glass, frame etc).
Alphabet soup. Letter N for "Night" Challenge finished on Monday, 27 Apr 2020 This challenge asks for a picture taken at night. Anything goes.
Winner: Literally and figuratively: beautifull and far.
All about composition. Challenge finished on Monday, 27 Apr 2020 Let's see your best-composed photos. There are many guiding rules for creating a great composition. A few examples are Rule of thirds, golden ratio, symmetry, guiding lines, vanishing point, negative space, tight cropping framing, creative focus, etc. Use any of those tools to perfect your shots.
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