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Winner: Beyond which, the Postman won't go.
Magazine article: Snail mail Challenge finished on Wednesday, 28 Aug 2013 Generations of people have cringed at receiving an invoice and thrilled at receiving a letter, but those days will eventually disappear. The mail service, according to this author, is unlikely to survive past the next generation. To illustrate the text, the magazine requires some images of traditional mail service. This can include letter carriers, post boxes or stamped envelopes, but feel free to add your own interpretation.
Movie Magic - Film posters on streets Challenge finished on Tuesday, 27 Aug 2013 A film poster is a teaser to the actual film. An art form in itself, making these posters have turned into a prized profession. Frozen in action, posters are often hand painted or printed, on large billboards or pasted on public walls, in rooms of adolescent film buffs or a collector's prized possession or behind our back while we wait for the bus... at all times, inexorable intertwined with our daily lives. This challenge is about capturing these posters in all its splendor and showing how people are tied to them knowingly or unknowingly.Get your camera's out then and tell us how the film poster is a part of your life.Lights... Camera... ACTION!
Winner: Jurassic Coast Exhibition, Berkley Square
Spangle Challenge finished on Tuesday, 27 Aug 2013 Theme : The word of the week is Spangle . If you have any spangly photos (except those of a flag) now is your chance .
Winner: Economy Seat
- People: Inside a Train- (Full Colours Only + Border + Title) Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Aug 2013 Compose a photo of an adult human who is inside a train (Or anything that resembles a train.) There can be other people around. It would be great to have a faceshot with the whole body, but if it's not possible then other weaker shots would also be accepted. Silhouettes shots do not qualify, my apologies. If its cropped too tightly, and not too evident the subject is on a train, kindly provide an explaination. You may enter up to 2 entries, provided they are different person. Photo can be taken with any camera, i.e DSLR, SLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Smartphone, etc... Please include a border and an appropriate title watermarked on the photo itself.
Winner: No - You listen to me !!!
Defiance Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Aug 2013 Visualize the challenge theme with as much creativity as you can muster. Compose your story you want to tell us with your image in a pleasing way. Finally the photographic proficiency shouldn't fall too short.
Winner: Bolivar Point Lighthouse, TX
Galveston, Texas Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Aug 2013 People and places of Houston, Texas.
Winner: Can't help staring at you
Can't help staring at you ! Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Aug 2013 Not just a beautiful woman... it can be anything beautiful asking for attention...
Winner: 25/1.4 Studio Portrait (stopped down)
Portrait shot with M4/3's Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Aug 2013 Show us your best portrait shot taken with a M4/3's camera. Because you can use just about every lens out there on these cameras with an adapter, any lens will do. Just make sure it's a M4/3's body. I'm not looking for snapshots. I'd prefer to see the good stuff that was planed, executed and PP'd to perfection. You can enter 2, but they must be of different people or animals. No water marks.
Winner: prison mirror
tim and jan
tim and jan
Mirrors Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Aug 2013 Very simple: just submit your best picture of mirror(s). Please read the rules carefuly
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