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Winner: Outdoor bath
-3ransgenders and their choice of toilets- : Conceptual Landscape Challenge - (Black and White + A white Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 12 Jun 2016 Recently there has been a series of statutory momentum by some parties to push for transgender folks to legally use the toilets which they identify their gender with. In this challenge take a landscape-genre dayshot with zero or negligible human presence. The lighting, tonality, composition, scenery and its weather as well as its overall feel should convey your definitive inner opinion as to what is described in the theme/title. Process the photo into BW format (preferably grey-scale) and add an elegant white border. My keyword suggestions - no keyword suggestion this time around. If you want to do it sitting down or standing up or even on your knees, the decision (and the camera) is in your hands.
Winner: Mist at Oxbow Bend
David John Cooper
David John Cooper
Blue, Green & White in Nature Challenge finished on Saturday, 11 Jun 2016 In this nature challenge, show us pictures consisting of these three colours: blue, green and white. Other colours may be present but must be very, very minor. Your entries might be landscapes or seascapes, flowering plants, birds, etc, but all three colours MUST be present, or the entry will be disqualified. Macro and close-ups welcome. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. DPR does NOT resize your photos for you. You need to do this yourself BEFORE you enter a challenge. Entrants with oversize photos will not be invited to re-submit them. Ensure the size is correct the first time!
Winner: Berrima Fireplace
Fireplaces Challenge finished on Saturday, 11 Jun 2016 Let's see your best shot that fits the theme of 'Fireplaces'
Winner: old school
Car dashboard Challenge finished on Friday, 10 Jun 2016 Upload the picture of a car instrument panel. Buses, trucks and other wheeled vehicles are also allowed to this chalenge.
Landscape Photo shot from a Low Perspective. Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jun 2016 Changing your shooting position can create interest in a photo by simply revealing a different perspective. Can you create a Landscape Photo shot from a low perspective? Please vote on which photo is most technically accomplished, most aesthetically pleasing, and most obviously shot from a low perspective. If you are a member of Flickr you may also wish to post your photo to the group "Landscape Challenge", newly created for this challenge series: https://www.flickr.com/groups/2918843@N21/
Winner: sailing home
Storm Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jun 2016 Illustrate the word Storm with your entry.
Winner: Little June Shower
#5 : Rain Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jun 2016 Has it ever happened, that you went out somewhere, and it started to rain all of a sudden? It did mess up your entire day, but I can say, that it brought you some happiness. Or was it like you were in your room, feeling gloomy, and once the rain started, the smell of the wet soil made you feel better, and you decided to capture the mood of it? If so, enter the challenge with such entries. I encourage you to post metaphorical images, but if you are doing so, please explain, else I will have to remove such entries.
Winner: Urban snowfall
Show me the snow Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jun 2016 Snowy snowy images....Please enter your best snowscape...Please, no images with a dusting of snow on faraway mountains. The snow must be part of the main subject
Best Picture Period! Challenge finished on Thursday, 09 Jun 2016 The theme is, there is no theme and no restrictions either, anything goes in this one!
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