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Leaving on a Jet Plane Challenge finished on Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012 This challenge is to show a commercial airliner, either on the ground, in the air, or even in the airplane itself. People can be in the shot, but are not mandatory. Only jet airliners are allowed and you need to be able to see it is a jet airliner. Otherwise, go for it!
Winner: Following the shadow
Photographer audition: Wildlife photographer Challenge finished on Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012 The client organizes unique holidays for well-off old people. Lately, they've had requests for wildlife "safaris" where the participants can sneak up on various animals (N.B. we're not talking about African safaris, but local destinations). Such trips are easy enough to organize, but the client wants to make things interesting by having a photographer who specializes in wildlife to accompany the groups. Submit your best wildlife photo, but first check out the additional rules!
Winner: Go Gabby
The Olympic Games Challenge finished on Tuesday, 14 Aug 2012 Sports which would not exist if it weren't for the Olympics . Other pseudo or unknown sports also allowed . Women's beach volleyball always welcome .
Skyscrapers Challenge finished on Tuesday, 14 Aug 2012 Skyscrapers are hallmarks of modern cities. Show us your most stunning shots of these modern marvels!
Winner: riomaggiore 5 terre
Colorful Building(s) Challenge finished on Monday, 13 Aug 2012 Enter a photograph of a colorful building. The building can be a church, university, government building, a house, store, etc. Showing either the whole building or an interesting part of the building iis fine. But do not enter a close up where I can't tell that your submission is a building.
Emotions and Moods but ... No Faces Allowed! Challenge finished on Monday, 13 Aug 2012 This challenge is about conveying emotion without seeing someone's face. You may crop the face out, obscure it with other objects or photograph the subject from behind. Feel free to include as many subjects as you want and use any kind of subject (animal, human, statue) as long as we can see NO FACES. Lastly, please tell us what emotion/mood/them your picture conveys.
Winner: [I] See the speed
Johan Scheepers 1
Johan Scheepers 1
Ghost Trails of Light Challenge finished on Monday, 13 Aug 2012 Light and delayed shutter can provide some indeterminate results that express subjects, objects and features we can relate, whether or not the parameters were controlled. I advise submitters to identify in the title with the marker [I] or [C] to indicate whether the photograph was taken incidentally or with controlled parameters. For example if you produced and waved light in front of the camera, that would be controlled. However if you captured something with a delayed shutter and captured some form expressed in light that was not controlled, that would be incidental.
Komodo Dragon Challenge finished on Sunday, 12 Aug 2012 Komodo Dragon have long been great zoo attractions, where their size and reputation make them popular exhibits. These komodo dragons are believed to be where the myth of Dragons came from.
While We Were Painting Challenge finished on Sunday, 12 Aug 2012 Could be painting just anything... a car, a wall, house interior or a serious 'painting' on canvas.
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