9768 challenges of 977710 Page:
The Macro Lens Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 Show what you can achieve by using a macro lens
Mmmmmm Dessert Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 Desserts! Basic to complicated!
Favorite Candy(s) - READ THE RULES OR BE DQ'ed! Thanks. Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 As the title says Favorite Candy. -all pictures should follow the rules of DPReview and the challenge/series! -can be from any country and year. ONLY WHAT YOU HAVE HELD AND/OR SEEN IN PERSON! CANNOT USE OTHER PEOPLE'S PICTURES!
Winner: Fisherman, Pythagorio
Perfect Imperfection (I) Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 "Some beautiful things are more impressive when left imperfect than when too highly finished." Life is not about finding a perfect life cycle, it is about seeing an imperfect life cycle perfectly. Show us a picture to illustrate/demonstrate that concept/philosophy.
~ Your Living-room ~ Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Jul 2011 Show us the best shot for your Living-room.
Winner: Blue & White
Minimalist (Blue +White Only) Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Basically that
Winner: TELE: The boss
Teleconverters vs. Cropping (title TELE: or CROP:) Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 For as long as there have been teleconverters (aka, tele extenders) to multiply the focal length of a prime lens, people have debated if using one really produces a better photo than cropping a prime lens capture. Let's find out. Enter your best photos that either were taken with a 2X or greater teleconverter (TELE:) or were cropped at least 2X (CROP:).
Winner: black swan
Bird silhouette Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Square black and white picture of one bird silhouette
Winner: Old Stone Bridge
Bridge Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Only color pictures of a pedestrians bridge in this challenge
Winner: Fourtyfive Years Behind the Lathe
Environmental Portraiture Challenge finished on Thursday, 30 Jun 2011 Submit a photograph of a person in their daily environment. -- While the main subject is a person, the secondary subject is their environment. For example, you can photograph a pilot in the cockpit, a chef in the kitchen, an artist in the studio, a mechanic in the garage, or anyone at their home.
Back to:Challenges homepage
|Feira da Ladra, Lisbon, Portugal by bombelpl|
from Your City - Toy Store
|Pencil by OBellini|
from Writing instruments - Macro Only
|Courtship by anisah|
Most popular cameras
Beginner's GuidesGetting StartedIn-depth testingLatest Camera ReviewsBeyond the studio testsFeature Articles and Videossee how we seeSample GalleriesChoose the best camera for you2017 Product Roundupsreal world performanceField Test VideosThrowback ThursdayClassic Cameras from Days PastWhat's that Noise?Shedding some light on the sources of noise