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Cropped to a 1x3 ratio Challenge finished on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 Lets see some images cropped to a 1x3 ratio. Images can be horizontally or vertically cropped.
Winner: Upside down in NYC
Translucency, transparency,... Challenge finished on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 Glass is an amazing matter : it's solid yet it lets light go through. We, photographers know that better than anybody else. Some of us spend hours, days, even our entire professional life looking for diffraction, distortion, chromatic aberration, to name but a few of lenses' potential flaws. But the act of seeing through an un-homogeneous matter - be it old window glass, a piece of cloth or a plastic film - creates interesting compositions. This is want I want to see! If in doubt, look at pictures below to get an idea of what I expect.
Winner: Beer Bubbles
Beer, Ale, Porter ... Challenge finished on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 I believe a lot of dpreview members love it, so show us the whole World of Beer: beverage, caps, glass, bottle, keg etc.
Winner: Light beyond the door
Everyday Life: Doors Challenge finished on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 A door is the first thing we pass to come inside a building or the last to get out of it. Well in most cases at least.. Doors can also have the meaning of the first step to something new. The entrance to a new world. In this challenge show us a picture of a door (or doors) in the literal meaning. See additional rules.
Winner: seagull over still lake water
> canon's best tales ( I ) Challenge finished on Monday, 10 May 2010 Share the best shot taken with a canon slr or dslr.
Winner: Brothers' Keeper
Audubon's Birds Challenge finished on Monday, 10 May 2010 John James Audubon painted birds in vivid color to emphasize their behavior, physical characteristics, and field marks. Often typical habitat was included. Audubon’s renderings were not ‘realistic’ nature photographs. For this challenge you should emulate Audubon and submit photos of one or several birds in a group that emphasize and even exaggerate their color and markings. See additional rules and examples below. Judges should have Audubon's folios in mind while evaluating the entries.
Jerkyl and Hyde Challenge finished on Monday, 10 May 2010 Take 2 shots of a singular adult human, posed or unposed, male or female or androgynous or one shot could look like male the other could look like female etc (use your imagination - for all I care the subject can wear bodypaint and look like a zebra), clothed or otherwise (within limits of course), and combined them into one picture to reflects the title. Composites encouraged. Shots should portray not only the visual aspects, but also convey the moods of the shots.
Winner: Potato Packing Line
Productivity Challenge finished on Monday, 10 May 2010 Productivity, mathematically, is defined as the quantity of output divided by the quantity of input. Sometimes this simple equation seems like it literally spins our little world round. And perhaps it drives our entire universe. In this challenge explore productivity: what does it mean? How does it feel? What are the true products of its pursuit? Is it ugly? Beautiful?
Winner: Superman Seat Grab
Pentax April MAIN Challenge Challenge finished on Monday, 10 May 2010 So, here it is: show us the best photo you took during the month of April, 2010 with your PENTAX or Samsung camera!
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|Silhouette at sunset by Jill Hancock|
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