10176 challenges of 1018886 Page:
Winner: photographer's portrait
Photographer as Subject Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Sep 2010 Enter a posed portrait of a friend or acquaintance who is a photographer. Important rule: the person cannot be holding any equipment, but MUST be holding a print of his/her own work.
Winner: Best friends
Equine Join-Up Challenge finished on Sunday, 19 Sep 2010 Show the bond between horse and human, the great Monty Roberts teaches non-abusive methods to attain true mutual trust and respect between horses and people, reflect this in your entries. Equine within this challenge`s context includes horses, ponies, donkeys and mules, of any size and age
Winner: RIMG0338 copy
Bananas ! Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Sep 2010 The fruit........ not people acting like idiots.
Winner: Petra. View of Monastery
Redux: Foreground Framing Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Sep 2010 A foreground frame helps draw the viewer's eye to your subject. Submit an image that includes distinct, but OUT OF FOCUS, foreground elements that frame your subject. See the "Additional rules" and refer to the sample images for illustration.
Winner: Mr Green Frog
Colours - Green Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Sep 2010 Shoot anything that is green. The major portion of the frame should include the colour green (can be different shades). Any object, animate or inanimate is allowed. The photo should not be made green in post processing. HDR images are allowed. No nudity or explicit shots please.
Winner: 7DJonker PANO 2
Green, Brown, Blue: What Did Nature Show You? Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Sep 2010 This challenge is for those of you who get out of the house... and get into the natural world, wherever it may be. The forest... the park... your backyard - wherever the world created by humans ends, and the world that was before us starts. Please refrain from submitting shots of pets or other domestic animals as they are no longer part of the natural order of things. Good luck!
#1 motion Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Sep 2010 running, spinning, twirling, biking, jumping, falling watever it is, capture it
Winner: Waiting for the Lucky bee
Shallow Depth of Field ( Macro ) Challenge finished on Saturday, 18 Sep 2010 P&S cameras are often limited with aperture control to achieve SDOF. So an alternative way especially in macro subject is to shoot in tele-macro mode. Make your macro subject stand-out and show that blurred or bokeh background.
Winner: Grand Hyatt Hotel
POV: FROM ABOVE Challenge finished on Friday, 17 Sep 2010 A picture of anything, so long as the point of view is from above.
Back to:Challenges homepage
Most popular cameras