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Winner: Bath pouf
Routinary details (B&W) Challenge finished on Sunday, 03 Apr 2011 Submit pictures of small details, not necessarily macro shots, but small things that often go unnoticed in our everyday lives. Examples: that coffee mug that you instinctively grab every single morning, those new small salt/pepper containers standing in the corner of your kitchen, that old paper agenda you stopped using eversince you got your iPod touch... you get the idea.
Nikon D90, 18-105mm Challenge finished on Saturday, 02 Apr 2011 Shots with Nikon D90, lens 18-105mm.
Winner: Highway to heaven
Sidewalk singles (READ THE RULES) Challenge finished on Saturday, 02 Apr 2011 Submit a picture of somebody in an urban or street/sidewalk setting. The key is that there can only be ONE person in the frame. If anybody else can be seen they MUST be far out of focus or only partially in view. This part is somewhat subjective so err on the side of safety or you will be DQed.
Oh sh**!! Challenge finished on Saturday, 02 Apr 2011 Every once and a while we have those moments that make us want to smack our palm on our forehead and mutter under our breath. Show us those moments.
Winner: Gold Devil
Disguise Challenge finished on Saturday, 02 Apr 2011 Sometimes we have to fake... Show us how!
lenses with Sony SLT's (a55 & a33) Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Apr 2011 Post your pictures to help show one of the most amazing features of this camera, the alpha mount. Basically any photo which shows the best aspect of your lens taken with either an a55 or a33.
Winner: Rana arvalis...
Hardest shot I ever took Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Apr 2011 Ever had one of those shots that just took forever to get it right? No editing...just the perfected shot, and maybe a description of what made it hard.
Winner: Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate
Texture Challenge finished on Friday, 01 Apr 2011 Texture can add a real 3D quality to your images, best gained by getting in close to your subject.
Filter Effects: Split-Neutral Density Challenge finished on Thursday, 31 Mar 2011 Long before digital editors, photographers used filters to create special effects during capture. Before HDR and layer adjustments, photographers used Split Neutral Density filters to capture areas of wide dynamic range in the same image or to create the classic "Dramatic Sky" effect. This technique is still used by many landscape photographers. Enter images in which a Split Neutral Density filter was used. As in the film era, the effect works best if a solid image is used as a start.
Winner: arctic tundra
-Natural Landscape... from the plane- (Full Colours Only + No Human) Challenge finished on Thursday, 31 Mar 2011 Shot must be taken from a plane and the plane should be in flight. Try to submit landscape shots which are as natural as possible. If it's not to theme or if it doesn't look good, don't submit it. Otherwise I might DQ it.
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