11301 challenges of 1131772 Page:
Winner: Jan Vermeer- The Art of Painting
Painting artwork details Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Dec 2011 Color pictures of painting artwork details
Winner: Light from Heaven
Against the light Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Dec 2011 Black and white square picture to illustrate this topic
Winner: Evening at Colosseum
Cities - The beautiful and ancient ROME Challenge finished on Thursday, 22 Dec 2011 Cities are a part of our all-day-life. So show us your impression of this city (I like general themes). But notice: NO VATICAN-PICS. The Vatican is not Rome, it's another country. Perhaps the Vatican will be the theme of a coming challenge. Just one other instruction: Tell us where you shot the photo (otherwise be dq'd)!
Magazine editorial: Watersports Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011 The client is preparing an article entitled "The Joy of Getting Wet." It's about the many sports that take place on and in the water. By "sport," the client wants actual sports, not a kid splashing around in a wading pool or the like. By "wet," the client wants sports were people really get wet, not yachting where someone might get splashed a bit. To attract the readers' attention, the image must be bold and the subject clearly visible (a photo of someone off in the distance is not acceptable).
Winner: the dream house
The best bird shot Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011 Only submit pictures that have scored 1st - 5th place in this series.
Winner: Auroa Borealiso
Errors, Slips, And Blunders: ISO Soup Challenge finished on Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011 If there's one general problem that's common to nearly all cameras, it's ISO noise - whether it be from using the no-flash auto setting, shooting in the dark, trying to catch fast action, or your flubbing the manual settings. Whatever the case was, your resulting photo is nearly or entirely unusable because of too much "grain".
Winner: Dusty Books
Hard back Challenge finished on Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011 In this challenge we are looking for some interesting perspectives of a book, a pile of books or even a wall of books. They need to be hardback and made of paper. No paper backs, Kindles or other types of electronic reading devices. They can be in the shot, but the main subject should be a hard back book.
Winner: Fibonacci Forest
Drops & Droplets Challenge finished on Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011 "Water is amazing. Its tiniest droplet can contain the Sun"... This motto brings us to the smallest noticeable water quantities. In this Challenge, let's explore those ubiquitous water globules trough the best optical range you can set your camera to register: from macrophoto of a single drop trough the fog-adorned gossamer web to the seaspray riding the waves, or a simple rain... PLEASE READ THE RULES – I hate having to disqualify an entry just because of some overlooked detail!
Patriotic Challenge finished on Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011 “What is liberty without wisdom and without virtue? It is the greatest of all possible evils; for it is folly, vice, and madness, without tuition or restraint” Edmund Burke. This is just a idea of one man’s thoughts on patriotism. What does this quote mean to you?
Back to:Challenges homepage
|Brown Crown by Nilesh Trivedi|
from brown challenge
|D72_4852_DxO Smug by richpics|
from Aviation Legends: X-Planes
|Everyone look at the camera by cjf2|
from Looking down the lens.
|Ancient Bristlecone Pine by ed rader|
from My Best Picture of the Week
Most popular cameras