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Winner: Ship Moon and Stars
For creative newbies only.. Challenge finished on Monday, 05 Dec 2016 Post any picture you want, But your join date has to be this year, 2016. Get creative with your shot. You have a 1 in 71 chance of winning 1st place.
Winner: Mossy forest panorama
Your point of view Challenge finished on Monday, 05 Dec 2016 The camera has become an extension of the photographer's eyes. Capture an image of the things you enjoy doing from your point of view. So from the viewer's perspective, they see through your eyes. Be creative and have fun. Please be mindful of what you are posting, make sure it is appropriate for family viewership. Thank you.
Winner: I am an Elephant
An A to Z of Subjects- Week 5, E Challenge finished on Monday, 05 Dec 2016 An A to Z of Subjects- Week 5, E. This week the main subject must start with the Letter E, So the subject could be anything from Eggplant to Elevator. Do you have an Eagle? Maybe an Equestrian photo? How about an Elephant? Remember as this is an open challenge your image must really stand out to win. The rules are simple but I require you to state the subject in either the description or the title. Please do not be too ambiguous, otherwise, it may be disqualified
Winner: In the Big Girl Chair
Baby Photography Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Dec 2016 Everyone thinks their baby is the most beautiful in the world, here is your chance to prove it or at least prove your baby photography skills. Please submit what you think is an interesting photo of a human baby. Host is the sole arbitrator determining if submissions meet the intent of the challenge. Please try and keep maximum dimensions to 1600 pixels.
- Bill's Favourite Secretary - (Portrait in Full Colours+ A Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Dec 2016 Photograph a woman (as in one who possesses XX chromosomes and not had a gender altering surgery before.) Her age should appear to be ~ 18 to 26. The settings should be one where she would appear to be working, sorting out issues in hand. Who is Bill? You tell us (or not). Please add a border. Please do not submit a snapshot, she should be posing for you and her face should be visible. Please make sure lighting and composition is top notch and she's, you know, dressed 'legally' , which is not unlike the other challenges on dpreview.com. Glossy lipstick and thick rimmed scholarly glasses are fine by me if you're going for the retro look. But beware that there may be some female viewers out there who are overly sensitive and easily offended by the secretary's physical beauty and youth. Finally, I might be a few months early but I'd like to wish Happy Secretary's Day to those lovely young women out there. Thanks for taking care of the Bills out there.
Winner: Ruby Red Dress
High key portrait with RED Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Dec 2016 High key portrait with bright red.
Winner: Follow me home
Shades of Blue in Nature Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Dec 2016 This should be an easy challenge, with so much blue to be seen in the natural world: sky, sea, flowers, birds, mountains in the distance.... but maybe not. The difficulty is for you to show us a picture which is basically blue, and which stands out from all the other entries in the challenge. Other colours may be present in the entry, but blue MUST be the dominant colour. Macro and close-ups welcome. Minimal evidence of man, pets, or man-made constructions, please. Size of your entry: 1,600 pixels on the longer side.
Winner: READY FOR A MISSION
Fighter aircraft Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Dec 2016 Classic or jet figher aircraft, operational or not.
Winner: Inside A Clock Tower
Gear or Gears Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Dec 2016 Illustrate the word Gear (or Gears) with your entry
Winner: No Lifeguard on Duty
Break the rules Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Dec 2016 Photography has some set rules, things like the Rule of thirds, Level horizons etc...more like a pirate code...Here are some to start you off... Fill The Frame / Cropping. ... Don't Cut Off Limbs. ... Understand The Rule Of Thirds. ... Use Frames. ... Make The Most Of Lead In Lines / Shapes. ... Simplify – Know Your Focus. ... Watch The Background. ... Look For Symmetry/Patterns ...Lets see how you can break the rules. Submit photographs that break rules. It could be subject at the centre, or maybe even the infamous dutch tilt (Look it up)... In the description please state which rule you have broken..Go forth and have fun.
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