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Winner: One Orange leaf
One Orange Leaf Challenge finished on Saturday, 13 Sep 2014 In this challenge, show us one natural orange leaf, its beauty, detail, veins and texture of the leaf. Macro and close-up photos welcome. The single orange leaf can be outside, still attached to the tree or plant, but it might have fallen, and attracted you to it where it lies. Other leaves may be in the background, but there should be only one dominant leaf as the subject.This is the fourth of a series of challenges I'm hosting about leaves, so collect shots of single leaves in red, and multi-coloured, for these later challenges. Purple, pink and blue leaves will also have their own challenges, as well as a challenge for two contrasting leaves. Size of entry: 1,600px MAXIMUM
Fujifilm X Series Challenge finished on Saturday, 13 Sep 2014 Any picture taken with a Fujifilm X-Pro1, X-E1, X-E2, X-A1, X-M1, X-T1, X-S1, X-F1, X-Q1, X10, X20, X30, X100 or X100s.
Winner: Daily Life
The Bicycle Challenge finished on Saturday, 13 Sep 2014 The bicycle has become a huge part of people’s everyday lives today. Many are weekend recreational riders or eco-minded health conscious individuals that commute back and forth to work each day. Some who do commute to work use folding bikes that can be carried on buses and trains. Submit images of people using their bicycles for pleasure and commuting ONLY. Please, NO images of professional or amateur riders in ANY type of sporting events. Also, NO images of bikes without a rider. I will DQ these types of images. Group riding or those who are riding in charity events, as an example, are fine. The images must show an individual or group of individuals riding , or at least standing or sitting with their bikes. It would be interesting if you could catch riders sitting or standing with their bikes on a train or bus while commuting. If you can, include some information in the title or info line about your image.
Winner: Sun rays
The Month - September Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Sep 2014 Theme is September - Create a photograph that's September.... What is so September about your photograph..... The subject - anything that is September..... This challenge is September,the last in the series is December(12 challenges in total) .... For example.... The birth flower of September forget-me-not, morning glory and aster September birthstones Sapphire.
Winner: nature screams copy
The Scream Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Sep 2014 Submit an image interpretation of Edvard Munch's The Scream. See sample. Interpretation is open
Winner: Sunset over the Lake
Filter or polarizer Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Sep 2014 Share with us photos taken with a filter or polarizer. Any filter or polarizer will do as long as it is actually a physical one that was mounted on the lens. UV filter can be used provided that other type of filter or polarizer was used also. For sample photos check: http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/camera-lens-filters.htm
Winner: After the Rain
Airliners Challenge finished on Friday, 12 Sep 2014 Airliner is an aircraft intended for carrying multiple passengers or cargo in commercial service. Small aircraft, as private, air taxis or business jets that are not registered with a commercial airline and do not fly on regular routes are not allowed to this challenge. The picture could be taken from outside or depict the interior of the aircraft - passengers and crews might appear in the picture but should not be the main subject. The actual aircraft must be the obvious subject of the picture. Try to upload a good quality shot and stay with the theme.
Winner: Mortar and Pestle
KitchenWare Challenge finished on Thursday, 11 Sep 2014 Submit an image of kitchen ware. Refer to sample.
Foggy Monochrome Challenge finished on Thursday, 11 Sep 2014 Don't you just love seeing shades of grey on a foggy day? Show us your best foggy scene that naturally renders itself in a monochromatic way. Your image can be any outdoor scene, and may include ONE additional main colour other than your monochromatic scene. For example, it could be a traffic jam, where the fog renders all cars in shades of grey, but where stop lights of bright red are also part of the scene. This "accent" colour is not necessary, and your "main colour" doesn't need to be grey, but should be shades of a single colour. The colour requirements of this challenge will be interpreted fairly loosely by the host (richiebee), but the host's word is final. Entries will be expected to be meet the spirit of the challenge: it's about a foggy scene that renders itself in a mostly monochromatic way. Images with lots of different bright colours will absolutely be disqualified!
Winner: Shooting in the Rain
I'm shooting in the rain Challenge finished on Thursday, 11 Sep 2014 This is a challenge for shots taken in heavy rain or spray that caused VISIBLE DROPLETS on your lens. Waterproof housings, bags, or cameras might produce high-quality images in air or underwater, but a mix of air and water means shooting through distorting little puddles at the end of the optical path. Were you able to use that problem creatively to your advantage?
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