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Winner: Black-headed Gull's Breakfast Time
My best picture this week (captured from Dec 31, 2011 - Jan 6, 2012) Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Jan 2012 Great new shot? No suitable Challenge available? No patience to wait for the right one to come by? For those unlucky members I have created this weekly returning opportunity.
Winner: is this what we want ?
Sculptures and Monuments Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Jan 2012 Any Sculptures/Monuments that inspire you, inspire someone else, or that you think are inspiring.
Winner: Gale Force
Coast Guard Vessels Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Jan 2012 The subject should be one or more Coast Guard Vessels, or a country's equivalent such as Maritime Gendarmerie or Salvamento Marítimo. Any vessel is fine: a ship, a cutter, even an inflatable, so long as it is a Coast Guard vessel.
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Lifebuoy Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Jan 2012 Very simple: just submit your best picture of lifebuoy(s). Please read the rules carefuly
Something old and something new Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Jan 2012 At New Years Eve it's time for introspection which is symbolized in this challenge to show us something old and something new(young) in the same picture. NOTE: It must be of the same subject. An old car, a new car Old house new house,
Your Best Landscape/Seascape/Cityscape Shot (P&S and Prosumer only) Challenge finished on Saturday, 14 Jan 2012 As the title says, submit your best landscape, seascape or cityscape shot using only a Point & Shoot or Prosumer camera.
Winner: Greek feta red wine
Wine and cheese Challenge finished on Friday, 13 Jan 2012 Wine and cheese...two simple pleasures in life...no people please
Winner: Buachaille Etive Mor, Scotland
Landscapes in Portrait Orientation Challenge finished on Friday, 13 Jan 2012 show me a landscape photo where the height is greater than the width. No people allowed
Winner: More Pollen
Trap Focus Challenge finished on Thursday, 12 Jan 2012 Trap focus is a camera feature that allows you to manually focus and have the camera delay firing the shutter until you have pressed AND something is in focus. Originally intended to capture photos of the wedding party as they walk down the aisle, it works for many sports if you pre-focus where the action is headed. With a manual-focus lens, you can also use it to confirm focus by holding down the shutter button while you focus -- it will take the image as soon as focus is achieved. Submit your trap focus images here.
Winner: blue rays
-Blue Toned Sceneries - Exploring the Use of Incandescent White Balance in Broad Daylight- Challenge finished on Thursday, 12 Jan 2012 Using incandescent white balance for daylight shots can result in that gorgeous blue. Shoot a jpeg (not RAW) of a daytime scenery, in Incandescent White Balance. The shot shall not contain any human or if there is human, it should not be > 0.5% of the photo area. Do not remove EXIF from the photo. Voters are advised to vote for the shot which best utilises the shades of blue to complement the mood that the entrant is trying to convey.
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