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Door knobs Challenge finished on Friday, 05 Nov 2010 Plain, ornate, antique, etc...no people, just creative lighting and a door knob
Many colours of Rust Challenge finished on Friday, 05 Nov 2010 Rust comes in many forms and comes in a number of colours (purples, oranges, reds, yellows) and textures (bubbles, flakes etc). If submitting an image you should have an image that highlights the many textures and colours of rust and can be instantly recognisable. Rust appears on a variety of items such as cars, tools, chain, buildings and structures. Please remember that detail is a requirement so if you see a rusted structures, railway tracks etc there should be detail of the rust as that is the key element of the challenge.
Winner: Bachalpsee Pano
Cylindrical panoramas covering at least 120 degrees Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 Most lenses use a rectilinear projection that keeps straight lines straight, but the widest rectilinear lenses barely cover 120 degrees and the projection becomes quite unnatural at that angle. In contrast, wide panoramas used to be captured by special cameras that rotated a slit and lens assembly during exposure, yielding a cylindrical projection that bends horizontal lines, but looks reasonably natural covering up to 360 degrees. Now, fisheye images or sets of rectilinear images can be computationally transformed into cylindrical panoramas... and you can enter your best here.
Winner: Rain Drops on Aspen
The Art of Autumn Leaves Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 Here in the Northern Hemisphere we are enjoying the beautiful colours of Autumn. This challenge is dedicated to the leaves whose colour we enjoy day in and day out at this time of year. Your photo can ONLY INCLUDE LEAVES IN AUTUMN COLOUR and the twigs that bear them - no tree trunks, no grass, nothing other than leaves and perhaps their twigs or branches. The leaves may be on the ground and show rain drops or frost, but no grass or soil. And, of course, no human elements of any kind are allowed in this Art of Nature series.
Winner: Pay Here !
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Low Tong Wah
Streetwise Hercules Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 Modern day male heroes. He's gotta be strong...he's gotta be fast...and he's gotta be larger than life! Whether real life heroes, or a fantasy created just for the image, enter your images of heroic looking men. NOTE:It's important to realize that the titles of these challenges are song or movie titles/qoutes, and as such may not directly present the theme, so read the description carefully.
My Feet Walketh Here Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 From the wonders of human hand, we move to where the human feet walks, strides, gaits or runs. Show us photos of walkways, pathways, paved or unpaved, straight or curvy - surfaces and structures that are built specifically to facilitate the task of walking for us humans. Be creative! Red-carpeted church entrance? Winding stairs that lead to the balcony? Improvised steel bridges where sailors hop to board their ships?
Winner: Lac Blanc
Your Best 5 Photos Ever Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 5 of your best photos
*Attention Grabbing Unclothed Mannequin/Statues* - (Human Figure only + Black and White + No Minor/Live Animals) Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 Basically that. The more anatomically correct, the better. Unclothed does not mean lewdness is tolerated.
Winner: Bromo and Semeru
Volcano - Active Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 Post a picture of an ACTIVE Volcano. By Active we mean that the volcano should be spewing up stuff. And that stuff should be visible in the picture
Work! Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Nov 2010 Work means different things to different people. For a professional athlete playing a "children's" game is work. For a farmer planting is work while to a suburbanite home owner planting is simply a pastime. To some of us taking pictures is work! For this challenge show men and women at work!
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