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Butterfly World Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Apr 2017 Needing a great cover shot for Butterfly World Magazine. Butterflies are insects in the clade Rhopalocera from the order Lepidoptera, which also includes moths Any butterfly will do, moth's are welcome as well. Macro, color, B&W, whatever you think will look good on a cover of a magazine. Show us your best!
My Best Photo of the Weeky Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Apr 2017 Did you capture a good quality photo this week, but there's no current and appropriate challenge to display it? Here is your opportunity to show it to us. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view. By popular request, no photos of cats. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. DPR does NOT resize your photos for you. You need to do this yourself BEFORE you enter a challenge. Entrants with oversize photos will not be invited to re-submit them. Ensure the size is right the first time!
Winner: Wet Bokeh
Michael L NYC 99
Michael L NYC 99
Your City - Bokeh Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Apr 2017 For this challenge a shot with a sharp subject and city background in bokeh is requested. So get out your bokeh-monster-lenses and shoot! As Always, tell us where the shot was taken.
Winner: Hot Steam in Cold Snow
Hot - Cold Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Apr 2017 In this Yin & Yang challenge hot faces off with cold. The image should contain competing subjects, one hot, one cold. The tension/contrast between the two should be contribute to the meaning of the image. Be creative and have fun!
The most unusual subject or the most unusual photographer Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Apr 2017 If you enjoy photography and you always wanted to find something new to photograph, or finding a new way to photograph, then I challenge you to submit a photograph of something that is unusual or photographed in an unusual fashion.
An A to Z of Subjects- Week 23 V Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Apr 2017 An A to Z of Subjects- Week 22,V. This week the main subject must start with the Letter V, So the subject could be anything from Viper to a Violin. Do you have an Vespa? Maybe a Vixen photo? How about a Violet? 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. Please, no proper names. Katie is either a child, a girl, lady or a woman etc.. To win this challenge there should be a strong sense of subject, and one that matches this weeks challenge.
B&W floral. Challenge finished on Monday, 03 Apr 2017 Flowers are very colorful and that's usually what grabs our attention. Let's see what you can do if you take away the color.
Winner: Ol' Blue Eyes
- Best Blue Eyed Male Portrait - (Portrait in Full Colours Only + A Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 02 Apr 2017 This is a challenge to show how a photographer excelled in managing portrait lighting and capturing a wonderful faces hot with stunning blue eyes. The main subject should be a male adult human. Please note several conditions below. Firstly he must knowingly be posing for you and you only. Secondly there must be no other human in the shot. Thirdly, no night shots. Fourthly, no sunglasses, masks, large assessors which obscure the face. Add an elegant border. My keyword suggestions - Natural, Blue irises, masculine, Sharp Features, Testosterone, Great lighting lighting, Great composition.
A Big Year - birds Challenge finished on Sunday, 02 Apr 2017 Capture and Display your best photographs of birds throughout the year 2017. please enter the species of bird, if known. if bird is unknown Will the community leave a comment in the comments section as to the type of bird so we will be able to keep track of the birds spotted. Happy Birding.
Winner: Summer taking over
SSDD (Same "Scene" Different Day) Challenge finished on Sunday, 02 Apr 2017 Take at least 2 photos of the same scene and composite them into one photo so we can see the juxtaposition of the two photos. This will be an opportunity to show how the scene can take on different moods depending on the season (a landscape in winter vs summer), years past (the same scene decades apart), or environmental change (such as if a parkland was bulldozed for a urban area). BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
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