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Winner: Sunlight through dandelion
Light peeking through Challenge finished on Monday, 25 Jul 2016 Any type of light peeking through or around something. The light can be flash, studio, sun, lamp, anything goes, as long as it's obstructed in some way.
Winner: Cecelia's Eyes
- Jenny from the Block - (Colors that pop + A white Border) Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Jul 2016 Take a posed for portrait-genre photo, which lends a vision as per what was described in the theme/title. Number of subject - 1 adult human with face, Process the photo into colors that pop and add an elegant white border.
Winner: The Battle for the Lead
Bicycle sports Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Jul 2016 Enter your favorite biking image. BE CREATIVE, HAVE FUN.
Winner: Sunrise in Paradise
Booby Prize Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Jul 2016 Have you entered a challenge and you finished in the bottom 25% of the vote and you thought you had a winner? If so, resubmit any photo that previously finished in the bottom 25% and good luck. Maybe this time your genius will be understood.
Winner: Bianca Buitendag-7809
Surfing! Challenge finished on Sunday, 24 Jul 2016 any kind of picture related to surfing
The Illusion of Depth and Distance Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Jul 2016 This is going to take some creativity on your part. Submit an image of a fence, road, railway track, sidewalk, as examples, using perspective. For those who are not familiar with the term perspective, it's an object in which its parallel lines are shown as converging so as to give, as the title of the challenge suggests, the illusion of depth and distance. So, if, for example, you are using a fence as your subject, show the top and bottom of the fence converging together off into the distance. Or perhaps the left and right sides of a roadway coming together in the distance. Try to be creative with your image. Whatever object you use that has two parallel lines, try to position it forcing the viewer to follow those converging lines off into the distance or perhaps infinity.
Winner: Green Tomato
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Growing Fruit Challenge finished on Saturday, 23 Jul 2016 In this nature challenge, show us pictures of edible, or culinary fruit, any variety of fruit, but they MUST still be growing on the trees, vines, bushes, shrubs, canes, plants, etc. Viewers who look at these entries will be able to see the trees where their oranges and apples come from, the grapes on their vines, or raspberries still on their canes. Photos of fruit in a bowl at home ready to eat, or still in the supermarket will be disqualified. I'll accept pictures of tomatoes in this challenge, since botanically it is a fruit. Macro and close-ups welcome. Size of your entry: 1,600 pixels on its longer side.
Winner: Manaroila at night
Low light HDR Challenge finished on Friday, 22 Jul 2016 High-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI or HDR) is a technique used in imaging and photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than is possible with standard digital imaging or photographic techniques. The aim is to present the human eye with a similar range of luminance as that which, through the visual system, is familiar in everyday life. - Wikipedia. Upload a HDR picture, taken in low light, and processed either in camera either in a image editing software.
Winner: Valley View, Yosemite
Black and White Traditional Landscapes Challenge finished on Thursday, 21 Jul 2016 Grab your inner Ansel and submit a black and white traditional landscape image.
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