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Bravery Challenge finished on Saturday, 03 Mar 2012 Bravery means: A quality of spirit that enables you to face danger of pain without showing fear. Try to depict the virtue: "Bravery”
Abstract Photography Redux (no pp allowed) Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Mar 2012 Second of my Abstract challenges. No pp allowed in this one, create the art in the camera. There will be another that does allow for pp announced next week.
Budhdha !! Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Mar 2012 A Calm Budhdha .. in any pose , any color ..
Joy Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Mar 2012 Your objective is to express your perception of the emotion joy!
Francis P W Tang
Francis P W Tang
Happiness on the job Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Mar 2012 Let us see your pictures showing happiness/joy during the job.
Isolation Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Mar 2012 Depict a feeling of isolation
Winner: I see you with all my eyes ...
Outside your comfort zone Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Mar 2012 Your assignment: Take a photo of something you dislike, and try to see it in a different way. Or try something entirely new. Some examples: If you're a nature photog who doesn't do people photography, take a portrait. If you don't like cats, photograph one. Hate spiders? Well...if it's a phobia talk with your doctor before attempting to use them as a subject, and if they're poisonous steer clear, otherwise give it a try. ;) You get the idea. I hope.
Winner: Windows to the Soul
The Forgotten Image Challenge finished on Friday, 02 Mar 2012 How many times have we just overlooked a particular image or series after a long day of shooting? How often does procrastination get the best of us? Sometimes we just don't see the result we expected, while other times we aren't looking with the right eyes. Maybe we just didn't have the software or processing equipment at the time to realize our vision. Whatever the reason, it's time to pull out old photos that you haven't yet processed. Process them using whatever current technique you like (subtle sharpening to full blown HDR is fine), and give life to a photo that you'd otherwise forgotten. I'm not talking about processing a shot from a series that you already liked and had processed several of; this one must be from something you completely overlooked. Note the old capture date rule.
Winner: (L) Elevation
Motion DEblurred Challenge finished on Thursday, 01 Mar 2012 This challenge is for photos taken under circumstances that surely should have caused motion blur, but did not result in a blurry image because the camera or post-processing removed the blur. The thing that kept the image from being blurred could be anti-shake hardware, multi-shot anti-blur processing in the camera (e.g., as implemented in Sony NEX), or it could be "blind deconvolution" post-processing software. Using a fast shutter speed, holding the camera more steady (e.g., using a tripod), or panning with a moving subject are NOT acceptable for this challenge -- see additional rules below.
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