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Winner: M. look
Portraits side lit Challenge finished on Friday, 07 Oct 2011 As the title states. Subject has to be human.
Winner: Wasting away
Small boat Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 Black and white square pictures of only one boat floating on the water
Winner: Yellow bug - 44/1482
Terence S K LAI
Terence S K LAI
For Voters with 10 votes per challenge entered: Where's waldo?... Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 TO ENTER: Your profile must show # votes cast are at least 10 times the number of challenges entered. EXAMPLE: If you entered 100 challenges already, you need to have 1000 votes in your profile to enter this. TITLE rule: Entry must contain the 2 numbers from your profile: # challenges you have entered and # votes you have cast. Otherwise it's a DQ. Submit a photo where something is hidden, or appears concealed, or camouflaged or not easy to see. It can be a face hidden behind a scarf, a hat, a book, a young child with eyes closed, or an animal blending in with the surroundings. Insect coloring can blend in with their surroundings. Please don't submit entries if your vote count is too low to qualify.
Obligatory Photographer Self-Portrait Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 It seems nearly everyone who fancies him/her self a photographer takes a self portrait with camera held to face. Enter yours.
Thomas Mann's "The Magic Mountain" (Der Zauberberg) Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 Very simple: just submit your picture that best expresses your personal interpretation of Thomas Mann's book "The Magic Mountain" (Der Zauberberg)
Winner: A walk in the woods
Everyday life - The wood, le bois, der Wald Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 Show us your impression of the wood. Sure, there have to be some trees in your picture... but is it a kids playground in the wood, a walk or a ride on the bike in the wood or just some trees?
- Flower(s) with insect(s)- (Outdoors dayshot in Full Colours Only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 At least one complete flower with at least one complete insect. Insect must be on or hovering over the flower. Spiders and worms can be acceptable. Shots with partial flower/insect might be disqualified. Entries must be shot after the announcement of this challenge. Make sure the shots look good an bright, i.e no silhouettes.
Winner: bourgeois opulence
Still Life Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 Submit a photograph of a small constructed scene. Submit a strongly-composed photograph of a collection of small inanimate ordinary objects, such as flowers, fruit, household items, things found in a business or trade, items you might have in your pocket, rocks, sea-shells, or food and drink. ---- Still life painting has a long history, going back thousands of years, and has often been an immensely popular subject, if not always respected by the art academies. While still life images are usually intended to be decorative and beautiful, keep in mind that these often had significant allegorical, religious, or moral symbolism. The genre of "vanitas" paintings had reminders of the shortness of life, such as an hourglass. Others were primarily of scientific interest, showing botanical specimens while still being artfully done. More recently, still life images were experiments in pure form, color, line, and composition.
Winner: Old Singer
Sewing machine Challenge finished on Thursday, 06 Oct 2011 Color pictures of one sewing machine
Editorial: Running Challenge finished on Wednesday, 05 Oct 2011 The client has an article on the benefits and perils of running and requires a suitable image for illustration. The subject must be an adult and either running or preparing for a run. The subject must appear to be exercising. Images of running details (e.g. a footprint of a running shoe) are also acceptable.
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