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Winner: champagne silk...
The Songs Of Life: Wonderful Tonight Challenge finished on Tuesday, 13 Dec 2011 READ THE RULES! This challenge is all about interpretation: I named it with the title of a popular song (by Eric Clapton), and it will be up to the entrants to determine what the song means to them - and how they can express that with a photo. **The link to the lyrics is at the top of the rules**
"Days of Heaven" Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Dec 2011 In this Challenge, I ask you to use the most of the "Golden hour", to give this romantic yet dramatic and warm feeling to a picture of a Nostalgic countryside.
Action series... Making faces :) Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Dec 2011 How about making an amusing face as a new self portrait? Too self conscious? My family members are always making faces at me. If you bother people (like I do) with your camera, then you should have no problem finding a subject. And yes a group of people is OK. And if you can'y find kids, or family, friends or strangers, then, this is a perfect challenge to do an unusual creative, or artsy yet silly self portrait.
Winner: Devil Plays Chess
'C' for CHESS Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Dec 2011 'C' for CHESS, you only submit your best shoot for CHESS
Winner: Strelizia Leaves
Back lit leaves in spring Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Dec 2011 Show us the fresh green details of leaves in full backlight. Try to compose your view. Set the main object free and keep the background out of focus.
Through the Seasons Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Dec 2011 Do you have a favourite place you like to photograph through the seasons? Show us the same location taken at least from two different times of the year when it is experiencing different seasons - ie winter and spring. You will have to make a new photo showing these two different seasons in the same image. If you have any questions post them in the challenge comments section
Winner: Miami Skyline panorama
The US States: Florida Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Dec 2011 Show your unique view of the State of Florida.
-Male Portrait in Black and White- Challenge finished on Monday, 12 Dec 2011 Submit a black and white shot (taken after January 2010) of an adult man (age >18). There shall be no other living mammals in the shot other than him. Shot must be good. Click on link to see sample. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturepicturegalleries/8898962/Louis-Daguerre-and-the-pioneers-of-photography.html?image=5
Smoke (Color only) Challenge finished on Sunday, 11 Dec 2011 Plz post a street photo with smoke in it. Photo must have human element(s). Plz read additional rules carefully and check sample photos to understand the theme better.
Winner: A girl and her horse...
Entry criteria is below the title, PLEASE READ THE RULES BEFORE ENTERING ! Challenge finished on Sunday, 11 Dec 2011 The series now looks at humans and animals sharing our world. For this challenge, show harmony or at least acceptance between one or more human and one or more UNTACKED equine in the environment they share in that moment. This means no bridles or saddles, however halters are fine. All equine species are eligible. If unsure of any of the rules please do ask via pm. DQs of non-eligible entries will be done at the close of submissions. [ There will be a separate challenge for tacked equines ].
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