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Advanced compostions and chat Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 Combine any two basic compostion rules, for instance facing inward with natural framing, third dimension techniques, rule of thirds, etc. Elabortate on which rules you are using. This is a complex challenge, please read the instructions (under 'full rules') and the and the comments first.*** Also enter a -dummy- photo as shown in the example below as a second picture. Then make comments about the compositions and arrangements and pp of the other photo's in this challenge. Eventually you can take and enter the second picture of your rearrangement of the same objects, by withdrawing the dummy photo.
get there last.... but with STYLE... Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 Respect challenge title and Its up to you... sometimes winning isnt the most important...
fun with statues. Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Mar 2012 Take a photo of a statue and then play with it... see example.
Nifty Fifty Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Mar 2012 Use any 50mm lens. If there is a crop factor with smaller sensors, it doesn't matter, just post the factor.
macro: ice or snow Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Mar 2012 Post your best macro picture of natural ice or snow.
Caution Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Mar 2012 Caution means: Avoidance of rashness, attention to safety. Try to depict the virtue: “Caution".
1 color (size rule) Please read all... Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Mar 2012 A B&W photo with one color added for effect.
Winner: The last Neanderthal
Create your own imaginary world in post processing (read the special rules) Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Mar 2012 The assignment this time is to create an image of a wonderful imaginary (or virtual) world. It must be obvious that this world does not exist, but yet is has to look realalistic and must be appealing to be in, at least for a while. (see sample image). Have fun editing!
Overexposed (READ THE RULES) Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Mar 2012 Show us a picture that is overexposed but still turned out nicely or in a way that can be used. Chances are that these pictures turned out how they did by mistake (we've all done it) but some can be pretty nice regardless. These probably aren't going to be your best achievements in photography but give your lesser appreciated pictures a chance here!
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