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Winner: Late Rains, Glacier NP
No limits Challenge finished on Friday, 26 Feb 2016 Any picture you consider nice, no limits or rules.
Winner: Skogafoss Iceland
Landscape Photo with a Living Foreground Element. Challenge finished on Thursday, 25 Feb 2016 Foreground elements help provide depth to a Landscape Photo. Can you create a Landscape Photo with a living foreground element? Please vote on which photo is most technically accomplished, most aesthetically pleasing, and that has a living foreground element. If you are a member of Flickr you may also wish to post your photo to the group "Landscape Challenge", newly created for this challenge series: https://www.flickr.com/groups/2918843@N21/
Winner: Century Plaza Towers-5445
Tower Challenge finished on Thursday, 25 Feb 2016 In your view, illustrate this word with your entry: Tower
Strange/Abstract Architecture - Pick your challenge winner Challenge finished on Thursday, 25 Feb 2016 Submit a photo of a piece of architecture you would define as Strange and/or abstract. Subject matter must be limited to that of man made buildings and structures.
Winner: SanFrancisco Street
Down the Avenue (Cityscape) Challenge finished on Thursday, 25 Feb 2016 Capture an inspiring image looking down the avenue. The avenue can be a street or a road, but it MUST have tall buildings on the side(s). 10 floors at least as a minimum. The image must be shot at street height. Ideally what I am looking for are shots of Manhattan, Tokyo, London, Sydney, Wellington, Dubai or similar.
Your City - Bar and Café Challenge finished on Wednesday, 24 Feb 2016 Show us your best shot of a bar, café (saloon, hangout). This can be the inside or outside. Given the family-friendly nature of this site, NO nude/topless bars are allowed. Tell us the name of the city or town it was taken. If possible, also tell us the name of the venue.
Winner: Venezuelan Jumping Spider (1cm)
Macro - It's so small but looks so big and real! Challenge finished on Wednesday, 24 Feb 2016 Submit a photo of something so small and detailed that it looks so big and real. Examples in my head are N scale model trains, hot wheel cars, etc.....' Also, something alive can look this way too; for example, a tiny spider. From the host of this challenge: I strive to bring challenges to the community that are not repeats of my previous challenges. I have strove, tried very hard, to offer challenges that are fresh, new, and unique to my past challenges. It has become more and more difficult to deliver new and fresh challenges that are not repeats of my past challenges, but I consider it a challenge to myself to offer new and fresh challenges to the community that aren't the simple repeats that other challenges often deliver. Who am I? I'm a 15 year U.S. Biology Teacher, with a master +30, and a U.S. Scientist (retired). I am an avid supporter of Pentax dslr camera(s) and lenses. View my photos at: http;//www.piziak.com. Email me directly at: email@example.com
Winner: Petrel Cove
My Best Photo of the Week Challenge finished on Wednesday, 24 Feb 2016 Did you capture a wonderful photo this week, but there's no current and appropriate challenge to display it? Here is your opportunity to show it to us. Please remember that this is a family-friendly site, and enter photos appropriate for everyone to view. Make sure your entry is 1,600px MAXIMUM on its longer side. Note: Entrants who repeatedly enter oversize photos will not be invited to re-submit them. Get the size right the first time!
Winner: OPEN DOOR
Abstract Silhouette Photo Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Feb 2016 Can you create an abstract photo with silhouettes? Can you capture the essence of your subject? Please vote on which photo is most technically accomplished, most aesthetically pleasing, and best captures an abstract silhouette photo. If you are a member of Flickr you may also wish to post your photo to the group "Abstracted", newly created for this challenge series: https://www.flickr.com/groups/2897865@N24/
Winner: END OF THE LINE-DP
Design Princaples- Repetition Challenge finished on Monday, 22 Feb 2016 Principle of Repetition The principle of repetition simply means the reusing of the same or similar elements throughout your design. Repetition of certain design elements in a design will bring a clear sense of unity, consistency and cohesiveness. REPETITION is the use of similar or connected pictorial elements. For example, similar shapes, colours or lines that are used more than once REPETITION can be regular or irregular and even or uneven. REPETITION can be in the form of RADIATION where the repeated elements spread out from a central point. REPETITION may be in the form of GRADATION where the repeated elements slowly become smaller or larger. Repetition works with pattern to make the artwork seem active. The repetition of elements of design creates unity within the artwork. Patterns often occur in nature, and artists use similar repeated motifs to create pattern in their work. Pattern increases visual excitement by enriching surface interest.
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