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Art posters: Coffee shop Challenge finished on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 The client is a snazzy coffee shop looking to update their decor. They're looking for a set of posters or fine art print they can put on the wall. The theme is, naturally, coffee. They do not want photos of coffee shops or recognizable individuals. Otherwise, anything related to coffee is acceptable: coffee beans, cups and saucers, sugar cubes, coffee pots, cake and coffee, a close-up of someone sipping coffee (no recognizable face), etc.
Winner: Squeeze Balloons
ADVENTURE (is the tightrope between Safety and Danger). Challenge finished on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 Ever wanted to be published by National Geographic? Here is the chance for us... Please read the rules!
Golf courses Challenge finished on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 Combine two passions: golf and photography. Submit photos of golf courses, beautiful golf holes. Golfers may be shown, but must not be the main subject of the photo. The foursome in front of you on the green is OK, but let the golf course be the main subject of the picture.
Winner: So bored that I felt asleep
My boooring work... Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 Take a picture of yourself at work when you are really, really, really bored...
Winner: How to protect water in a desert
Overprotective Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 Safe it must be.
Winner: The Glowing Nest
A New Sun Rises in the East Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 Theme : all things related to a MODERN China to prove or disprove the title
Winner: REJ_7496 VSD
The Business of Photography Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 This challenge is to produce a photograph which could sell. Photographers: submit images that you think would have a good market value. Voters: give high scores to photos that you would conceivably purchase. ---- Photography moved from a laboratory curiosity to a business, thanks to improvement in technology. It was the invention of the daguerrotype which made the photography business possible: in 1839 the government of France purchased the patent on this process and immediately released it into the public domain, allowing large numbers of photographers to use a good, inexpensive, and relatively simple process to generate images. By the 1850s professional photography studios were widespread.
Fall - Southern Hemisphere Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 Fall is here in the southern hemisphere! Lets see your best photo of it!
Winner: pushing up a cement mixer
Labor Challenge finished on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 May Day is coming. Labor is the theme of your shot. Let's show respect for hard working people, no matter they are in clean offices or dirty fields.
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