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Winner: Sailing Life_IWR
Magazine editorial: Sailing life Challenge finished on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 The client is a writer looking to illustrate an article on sailing. The article is intended for an upscale publication so it needs slick, professional images. The photos must evoke the feeling of life in AND AROUND sailing boats. Although people can be in the photo, they must not be recognizable (dark glasses may suffice).
Typically AMERICAN, as seen by Americans Challenge finished on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 This challenge is for the American People only... Show us your interpretation of what you think is “TYPICALLY AMERICAN”. This is the first of a series of challenges, where we will be covering as many countries as we can. One country at a time. Let your imagination run wild… it can be the people and their food, their sport, their culture, as long as it is “TYPICALLY AMERICAN”.
Wine Bottle Challenge finished on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 Show us the best bottle in your collection, preferably as it wait its turn in your cellar
Winner: Heaven on Earth
B&W at night with CANON DSLRs Challenge finished on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 ****ALL shots must be taken with CANON DSLRs**** The theme here is night and all shots must be B&W, no other form of monochrome allowed! All shots must be night shots. Therefore, they must be taken out-of-doors. The sun must be below the horizon, but, otherwise, twilight or the darkness before the dawn is acceptable. You may turn color photos into B&W but, for my money, nothing beats using the B&W mode on your camera, creatively. To keep things fresh, only shots taken after the Challenge is announced will be accepted, so when processing, be sure that your EXIF is intact. So check that your camera's calendar is correct. And of course, you must use a CANON DSLR.
Pinhole Challenge finished on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 In honor of the pinhole day [ see http://www.pinholeday.org/ ], a pinhole challenge. Aluminum foil your hole drilled lens cap, use your pinwide gadget, or actually scan your shoe-box made film negatives.... it does not matter how... as long as it is a pinhole.
Winner: Veil Nebula (NGC6960)
Scientific Photography Challenge finished on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 Photography is more than just an art form; rather it also has great importance in science, industry, and government. Submit a photograph that has scientific or technological importance: consider astrophotography, photomicrography, or other photos with scientific, industrial, or technological interest. Just because a photograph has scientific interest, that does not mean that it must not be a striking and memorable image in its own right.
Winner: Life ..
Difficulty Challenge finished on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 For some reason, at some time, something is not so easy for someone to do. Like reading newspaper for the elderly. Like finding a good job for a graduate. Like the first step for a baby. Show the difficulty in your picture and the one's effort to overcome it.
Winner: Just married
Leo The Lion
Leo The Lion
The Songs Of Life: Changes Challenge finished on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 READ THE RULES! This challenge is all about interpretation: I named it with the title of a popular song (by 2pac), and it will be up to the entrants to determine what the song means to them - and how they can express that with a photo.
Winner: Hindu temple, Kathmandu
my Ding-a-Ling Challenge finished on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 Theme : Bells
Winner: Signing an Old Photo
A Pen & Your Signature Challenge finished on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 Signatures are like pictures. Everybody's is different. Just because you use your classmates or coworkers pen doesn't mean you will get the results they will get. Same thing with a camera. You could use Ansel Adam's camera (or whoever your favourite photographer is, mine's a tie between Ian Hylands, Sterling Lorence and Sven Martin), but that doesn't mean you would get the same picture that they would get. Inspired by Ken Rockwell's article.
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