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Winner: A winter wonderland in Lapland
> Wonderland Challenge finished on Monday, 19 Jul 2010 ....wonderland..., the perfect place for a tale...
Tribute to George Hurrell Challenge finished on Sunday, 18 Jul 2010 George Hurrell's photos of movie stars and other celebrities defined "glamor" and "star" for decades. His unique use of lighting instantly together with careful posing identifies his photos as well as provided the inspiration for countless other photographers. So this is a true challenge: submit portraits which capture the essence of George Hurrells lighting style. Yes, I know this will limit some people who don't have access or knowledge of such advanced lighting techniques. But with a little research and know how you'd be surprised how you can emulate Hurrell's lighting set ups with minimum equipment, including do it yourself gear.
Winner: youth, joy, joy
Make mine a Poladroid. Challenge finished on Saturday, 17 Jul 2010 This challenge calls for a colour human portrait of one person in the style of an sx70 Polaroid. Your portrait can be full face, part face, head and shoulders, anywhere from the knees up. Experiment and make it interesting. For the Photoshop challenged amongst us this will level the playing field. Download the Poladroid maker: http://www.poladroid.net/download.html ...........shoot a great portrait, process, stuff your image in the processor, save it and enter it into this challenge.........SNAP!
Winner: Lotus Blossom - At Night
Flattery: Reinterpretation Challenge finished on Saturday, 17 Jul 2010 How many times have you looked at a photographer's image and thought "I'd have done it THIS way"? Well, let's see what you've got. Submit an image as soon as you can. Wait a day or two and take a look at the other images submitted. Pick the one you think you can improve, reinterpret it the way you want (either rephotograph or edit/retouch), withdraw your original entry and submit the new (improved) image with credit to the original photographer in the description (if editing someone's image). The idea is not just to show off your skill at reinterpreting another's work, but to see how another photographer would treat your image.
Winner: flapping wings
Beasties in Flight Challenge finished on Saturday, 17 Jul 2010 Animals/Insects/Fish with wings, in flight. No Birds!!! Live creatures only please, no mythical beasts, statues, stuffed toys or dead models (etc etc etc....). See below for voting guidelines!
Winner: Ana taking a raindrop
Falling rain Challenge finished on Friday, 16 Jul 2010 What I'm NOT looking for: puddles with ripples showing where rain fell. Umbrellas representing rain falling, wet things, water on glass etc....... What I AM looking for: Actual falling rain...shots where you see the rain coming down...the viewer should feel like they are looking through falling rain.
Manipulation #3 Challenge finished on Thursday, 15 Jul 2010 Below is an image to be used as your blank canvas. Download it and use it as the basis for your entry. Anything goes, as long as the original image is substantially recognisable in your finished product. Let your imagination run wild! What can you surprise us with? See below for voting guidelines! Note: rather than enter your camera when requested enter the main PP software used, ie Photoshop CS3, Paint Pro X etc etc
Winner: Tired of stories
Newstand Challenge finished on Thursday, 15 Jul 2010 Color pictures showing newstands of the world
Winner: Jeff Davis' '65 Bug
Tuned cars Challenge finished on Thursday, 15 Jul 2010 Please see aditional rules.
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