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Winner: Astronomical Clock, Prague, CZ
A clock Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012 A photo of a clock doing what it does best. It can be a simple digital clock or Big Ben, it doesn't matter as long as it's NOT a watch. Additional rules apply, please read carefully.
Gus van Helden
Gus van Helden
Life On Frozen Water Challenge finished on Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012 "I think over again my small adventures, | My fears, | Those small ones that seemed so big, | For all the vital things | I had to get and to reach; | And yet there is only one great thing, | The only thing, | To live to see the great day that dawns | And the light that fills the world." The emotions awakened by this beautiful poem of an anonymous 19th century Inuit author; how would you express them photographically? Your work should merge the harshness of icy, cold environment with the blessing of life that such an ambience yet offers. Use the above poem to align the elements in your impression. PLEASE NOTE: Ignoring the Rules will cause disqualification.
Winner: Kelsey Hansen
Black & White: Silver Efx Pro™ Software Plug-In Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Jan 2012 Black & White Photos processed with NIK Software Silver Efx Pro software plugin. If you don't own it, you can get a free trial that works as a plug in for Apple Aperture, Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop software: http://www.niksoftware.com/silverefexpro/usa/entry.php Once you try it, you may want to keep it around for this B&W series.
Winner: Into a different world
E is for Entrance Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Jan 2012 Show a public entrance from an exterior space to an interior space. It may be a single door, revolving door, gate, archway, etc. ***If the main element of the image is not the entrance itself (for example, a storefront), then the entrance must be shown being used by someone.
Mood [B&W] Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Jan 2012 Show us your most evocative black & white photo and make us think. There must be a human aspect to it. Per series' theme, let the image speak: *NO TITLES OR DESCRIPTIONS* (put a single dash "-" in place of title). PLEASE READ ADDITIONAL RULES (pay attention to image size rules). Many subjects are excluded. Read comments below for samples. -- Voters: Please vote in a slideshow.
A closer look at a wild animal. Not a monkey that will be too easy... Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Jan 2012 As the title says. Please show us a very closed look at the face of a wild animal. Not the whole body and not an animal far in the distance. The animal must take at least 70% of the frame. I am not going to measure the percentage or to D.Q. if it is only 65% but just to clarify the idea of the challenge.
Winner: Green with Envy!
'G' for GARDEN WITH GREEN Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Jan 2012 'G' for GARDEN, you only submit your best shoot for GARDEN PIC MUST BE FULL COLOR WITH GREEN Present.
Winner: Exercise Your Body and Mind
Working Out… Exercising.... Physically active people only. Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Jan 2012 Exercise! One or more people (kids are OK) doing something to stay in good physical shape. Pets can be in the picture but are not the main subject. Examples: Running, jogging, walking, swimming, using a treadmill, lifting weights, doing sit ups.
Winner: Delvin Kaligis
Jean Ulrich Brer
Jean Ulrich Brer
-Look Sharp- (Black and White shot of a well dressed adult) Challenge finished on Monday, 30 Jan 2012 Basically that
Winner: Unexpected Wave
The Moment Before you say 'Say Cheese' Challenge finished on Sunday, 29 Jan 2012 How many test shots you need to take while you shoot a group photograph ? And how many times you laugh when you check back those imperfect shots ? ( some with closed eyes, some changing the suit, some cleaning the shoe, a stranger enters the frame accidentally) Please go back to those never-published group-snaps and let all of us laugh to our hearts' content. * We are not inviting Trashes. We are inviting the group photographs which tells the real story... the real candid gestures of the people who are about to be photographed. But, these so called 'non-perfect' snaps are never evaluated as those never get a chance to be displayed. This is going to be a very unique and different challenge as people will be seen off-guard... the real character will come out. * And while voting you can keep in mind : 1. the snap which is very candid/lively 2. which makes you laugh 3. tells story
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