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Winner: The Spiv
Crop Sensor (DX) AND high ISO Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Dec 2016 CROP SENSOR (DX) CAMERA's only Let's show them what you can do with any NON full frame (FX) camera at ISO 1600 or more. Subject matter is open. *Make sure it's at ISO 1600 or greater and not a full frame camera. Sorry Full framers, you will get your turn later.
Holiday selfie Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Dec 2016 Take a photo of yourself on how you interpret this holiday season. Be creative and have fun. Please be mindful of what you are posting, make sure it is appropriate for family viewership. Thank you.
Winner: Haystack Rock, Oregon
An A to Z of Subjects- Week 8. H Challenge finished on Monday, 26 Dec 2016 An A to Z of Subjects- Week 8, H. This week the main subject must start with the Letter H, So the subject could be anything from Hot Dog to Hippo. Do you have a Hog? Maybe a Harp ? How about aHurricane? Remember as this is an open challenge your image must really stand out to win. The rules are simple but I require you to state the subject in either the description or the title. Please do not be too ambiguous, otherwise, it may be disqualified
Winner: 50 Shades Of Gray On The Paris Metro
Life experience II (People over 50) Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Dec 2016 Submit an interesting photo that includes a person or persons of at least 50 years of age but the photo must not be a portrait. Portraits as defined by the host will be disqualified (I don't like them). Entries from the previous life experience I challenge are not allowed and will be disqualified. Host is the sole arbitrator determining if submissions meet the intent of the challenge. Please try and keep maximum dimensions to 1600 and please vote.
Winner: The Love Birds
12 days of christmas - days 1-4 Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Dec 2016 photos representing days 1-4 from the song 12 days of christmas. these are a partridge in a pair tree, 2 turtle doves, 3 french hens, and 4 calling birds. I will allow leeway on the specific number of each item as well as when the "gifts" call for something very specific (please read on to see what will be allowed). in this challenge I will accept photos of any partridge (does not have to be in a pair tree), and hens french or otherwise. as a further note I will personally be impressed if anyone manages to get photos as exactly matching the song (# and exact gift). BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Belfast store
- Retro Styled Street Scene- ( + A Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 25 Dec 2016 Capture a street day shot scenery where human beings appears to be less than 0.5% of the photo area. No closeups nor macros please. Process the shot to have a retro look and add a border. My keyword suggestions - nostalgic, different and attention grabbing.
Large Birds Challenge finished on Saturday, 24 Dec 2016 Small and medium-sized birds enjoyed their displays on these pages recently, now it's time to showcase the large birds in their own nature challenge. Large birds, IMO, would include pelicans, cranes, flamingoes, eagles, condors, peacocks, some penguins, ostriches, swans and geese.... The birds must be free and in their natural environment. Evidence of humans, pets, or man-made constructions should be minimal. Pictures of roast turkeys will be sent back to the kitchen. :-) Size of your entry: 1,600 pixels on the longer side.
Winner: wanakatreepink8x12 lone tree
Lone tree Challenge finished on Friday, 23 Dec 2016 Upload the picture of a lone tree. Forest or other group of trees should not be present in the picture. No other close constructions (buildings, poles and so on) are allowed in the pictures, but humans, animals vehicles are acceptable.
Winner: Shades of Grey
GRAY Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Dec 2016 Illustrate the word "gray" with your entry. (The photo should focus on a "gray" object or subject but the photo does not need to be B/W)
Winner: Lost in snow
Minimization in Landscape Photography Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Dec 2016 As Paulo Coelho said, “Elegance is achieved when all that is superfluous has been discarded and the human being discovers simplicity and concentration: the simpler and more sober the posture, the more beautiful it will be.” With this in mind, try to minimize what is given to the viewer......old piers? churches in empty fields? A barn? or even a very serene empty meadow....make your image scream out minimal!
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