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Super fast lenses only Challenge finished on Monday, 05 Jun 2017 That's it, I want to see images shot at F1.4 or wider.
Winner: Our CEO
- The Manager - (Black and White + A Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Jun 2017 Take a photo of a male-born adult human, wearing what appears to be expensive looking work clothes/suits worn by managers who work in a multinational company. The photo should fit the description as per what is described in the theme/title. The main subject's face should be clearly identifiable and preferably alone or isolated in the shot. No snapshots please, especially opportunistic badly cropped ones. Process the photo into BW format (preferably grey-scale) and add an elegant border. My keyword suggestions - show manager-ness.
A Big Year - birds Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Jun 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.
Get High or Get Low Challenge finished on Sunday, 04 Jun 2017 changing the angle we shoot at can offer a more dramatic shot. In this challenge either shoot the subject from a higher point than the subject (looking down on the subject), or from a lower point (looking up at the subject). BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Tree Branches on a Cloudy Night
Tree Branches Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Jun 2017 Show us your interesting pictures of tree branches, either a single branch, or many branches, (but NOT whole trees, and NOT tree trunks.) Show us the textures, colours, bark, of these branches. They might be bare branches in winter, or they might display the new spring foliage, or coloured leaves in autumn.... Your entry could can be a close-up of a single branch with lichens and mosses, or gnarled bark. The branches must be the subject of your entry, not the foliage, nor flowers, birds' nests in the branches, the insects which may be present, etc. Macro and close-ups welcome. Minimal evidence of humans, pets, or man-made constructions please. Size of your entry: 1,600 pixels on the longer side.
Winner: Waiting for the next train (Baker Street, London, UK)
Candid Street Photography Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Jun 2017 Street photography is becoming more and more popular with photographers these days all over the globe. In this series, submit your image of people in a city going about their day whether shopping, sitting at an outdoor cafe or whatever their activity oblivious to your camera. It can be day or night, but taken within a city. Please include the location of your shot in the title.
Winner: High speed London Eye
Spinning wheels Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Jun 2017 Close up pictures of spinning wheels, propellers and aimilar objects with rotating motion. Entries must have the motion blur of the rotation movement, while the body of the object must be reasonably sharp. The pictures must be taken as close as possible - the images with too distant subjects will be disqualiffied.
Winner: Trumpet Player
Musician(s) Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Jun 2017 Your entry may focus on a single musician, or a band. Please limit entries to those that have not won previous challenges.
Winner: Durdle Door at Night
Will B Milner
Will B Milner
Best Landscape of the Week 5 Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Jun 2017 Submit your best Landscape photo. Nature, inland, coastal, marine, urban, the focus is on the place.
Winner: Landing at LAX
Your City - Flying Planes Challenge finished on Wednesday, 31 May 2017 For this challenge a picture of your city and an airplane in flight is requested. Can be a big jumbo, but a small Cessna or an Ultralight will be fine too. As Always, tell us the location where the picture was taken.
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