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Winner: "Kate in ambient"
Portraits shot with natural light only Challenge finished on Friday, 21 Oct 2011 No flash allowed. Subjects have to be human
Winner: Good Old Time!
Vintage cars Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Oct 2011 Color pictures of one vintage car
Winner: the singer
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Oct 2011 Very simple: just submit your picture that best expresses your personal interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe's poem "The Raven"
Winner: Pontiac Indian Headlight
Vintage cars details Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Oct 2011 Black and white square close-up detail pictures of one vintage car
Winner: How did you get there? votes 2482
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Voter series... Something different is inside something else Challenge finished on Thursday, 20 Oct 2011 No entry limits... THERE IS A TITLE REQUIREMENT: Append your vote count from the challenge section of your profile to the title. It should be like this: " Green Coke , votes 14356". See example photo. Please enter a photo that clearly shows something is inside something else and the pair weren't originally meant to be coupled. Examples: If you have a soda bottle inside a fish bowl, great! A cat in a drawer, yes! Skip water in a glass or flowers in a vase though - too ordinary. Come up with something different, fun, campy, crazy... most importantly, make it interesting as a subject pairing and then give us your best photo of it.
Newspaper supplement: Harvest season Challenge finished on Wednesday, 19 Oct 2011 The client is a urban newspaper about to produce a color insert for one of their weekend "magazine" printings. This insert requires a vertical image for the cover. The image must relate to harvest activities or products typically produced in Autumn. The client insists that the images be colorful. Halloween specific images are not acceptable.
Winner: Early moon
Impression III, Landscape at Dusk Challenge finished on Wednesday, 19 Oct 2011 Landscape at Dusk. No Cityscapes
Winner: The Art of Fashion
Consumer's World: Clothing Challenge finished on Wednesday, 19 Oct 2011 PLEASE READ RULES! Well... what can I say? We all wear clothes - even the nudists when they're outside of the enclaves. With infinite varieties and styles around the world, clothing can be an interesting thing to photograph. The only catch here is that your picture can NOT be of clothing on a human being.
Winner: Missing pillars
The presence of absence Challenge finished on Tuesday, 18 Oct 2011 The challange is to create a photo where main subject is noticable by the very lack its missing from the photos. This can be achieved many ways by either not having the subject in the photo at all, or removing the subject in PP. If you take the photoshop route it must not be obvious that something has been removed. Ie no blanks spaces where the object was. Think the heinz ketchup advert with no bottle (http://www.adweek.com/adfreak/heinz-ketchup-ads-do-fine-without-bottle-14061) Another example I submitted amoving horse and carrage and removed the horses but left all their harness work in place via Photoshop. Someone else setup a scene to mimick a bride and groom at the alter holding hands, but simply never placed the bride in the photo. So there shot was acheived straight out of camera. I've tried to make this a clear as I can but any questions just message me.
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