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Peacock(s) Challenge finished on Thursday, 26 Apr 2012 Color pictures of peacock(s)
Winner: Billy McConnell - British Superbikes 2008
Wheelie! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 25 Apr 2012 Another motorcycle themed challenge. A wheelie is really showing off on a bike and I want you to show me the best picture of a wheelie that you can. The bike needs to be in the shot and the front wheel needs to be shown off the ground, otherwise it is up to you what else you want to put in the picture. Good luck and ride safe!
Billboard: Succulent fruit Challenge finished on Wednesday, 25 Apr 2012 A large green grocer wants to drive more traffic to its location with a billboard on a major thoroughfare near its location. The image must be that of a succulent fruit (one with plenty of juice and pulp) in color. The format must be 16:9. The image does not require space for text.
Remembering the Past: Barns Challenge finished on Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012 Easy enough as there are so many beautiful old barns everywhere. Please do not post brand new or modern barns. The older the better. Character counts. Enjoy.
Winner: GE Projector Lamp
Hot (Capture date and size rule) Please read all... Challenge finished on Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012 As in temp. Keep it clean people. Oh, clean, that might be next weeks challenge, or maybe dirty! ;-)
Winner: Fog and Trees, California.
Hidden HDR - specific rules in this challenge. Challenge finished on Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012 DPR members are well aware of HDR and some of the very dramatic photographs created with this technique. HDR solves the issue of contrast beyond the limits of the camera's sensor. You can take a high contrast scene with bright highlights and deep shadows and create an image with details and definition across the entire spectrum of the photograph. In pre-digital days (film), you would expose for the shadow details and develop for the highlights in order to produce the desired results. Entries shall consist of a photograph where HDR was required to render a full range of tones and color. Subject matter is open, but the image should have a full range of tones or colors from highlights to deep shadow/dark areas. HDR technique should not be evident, it should be in the background and the image should appear as the photographer initially saw the image.
Winner: dead vlei
NO WATER... Challenge finished on Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012 The ultimate threat to all life... a threat that we of the Responsible Race so often like to juggle with! The harsh reality of that threat can be seen everywhere - and photographed, of course. Show us places and situations of alarming water scarcity, deprivation or consequences in your picures. PLEASE READ ALL THE RULES CAREFULLY. I hate having to disqualify an otherwise goo photo just because of an oversight...
Apple (capture date rule) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012 Interpret the title.
Winner: Coal Canyon
Micro four thirds in B&W Challenge finished on Tuesday, 24 Apr 2012 Only photos taken with Panasonic or Olympus micro four thirds bodies. Only micro four thirds native lenses. Exif data must be included. Only black and white. Theme suggested by Leero29, challenge winner of Lies my mother told me http://www.dpreview.com/challenges/Entry.aspx?ID=599666
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