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Winner: Sunrise at Mono Lake, CA
Travel series: American Landscape: Close, Middle and Far. Captions required. Challenge finished on Friday, 05 Feb 2010 The United States landscape is as beautiful as any in the world. Landscape photographers have been capturing this scenic beauty for a long time. You don’t have to travel to a National Park to find it, either. In this challenge, we will practice setting up interesting composition. •Show and tell us about your favorite American landscape. Captions are required, so tell us when and where it was taken. •In your composition of the landscape image, it will be more interesting to the viewer if you have something interesting in the forefront of the image (some call it an anchor), then have the middle and background complete the image by guiding the eye across the frame. We all know the rule of thirds, the golden rule etc. Lets take it one more step up and show better thought and planning in our composition.
Winner: Tucson Bolts
"P..." Like Pair of.... Challenge finished on Thursday, 04 Feb 2010 Show us pictures with something (not someone) called as "A pair of..." For examples : http://a4esl.org/q/h/vc001-lb.html
Winner: The Streets of Stavanger
Downtown Street Panaroma Challenge finished on Wednesday, 03 Feb 2010 Find a street from a large or small downtown area, take a bunch of images to make a sweeping panorama....See my sample.
Winner: Nandin leave covered with frost
Winter details Challenge finished on Wednesday, 03 Feb 2010 Macro or other detail shots taken in the winter - some winter elements (e.g. snow, ice, frost) must be visible, either the main subject or a part of the background or composition. If your photo is taken in an area where it never snows (or where it snows even during the summer), please explain how can we tell it's a winter detail. NO landscapes, only details. Creativity encouraged. Questions and conversations about this challenge are addressed to Challenges and Galleries -forum, please.
New life (OLYMPUS & PENTAX ONLY) Challenge finished on Wednesday, 03 Feb 2010 Anything that deals with the creation of life - be it human, plant or animal. Pregnancy, newborn baby, seedling, new leaf, baby animal, etc. Be creative and artistic. Do not submit the snapshots of your loved ones. Use low-angles, get closer, play with the light, backgrounds, macro, whatever you find interesting. Show the beauty of new life.
Winner: Ohio Fallen Soldier Memorial, Sunbury, Ohio
The odd one out Challenge finished on Wednesday, 03 Feb 2010 Find something repetitive, with one exception. For example a lot of apples with one pear, orange flowers with just one yellow one in between, or some young people with one old person in their middle.
Winner: Early Morning
Here Comes the Sun Challenge finished on Tuesday, 02 Feb 2010 Show us what the song makes you see...
Winner: Eyes of the jumping spider
Insects or spiders eyes Challenge finished on Tuesday, 02 Feb 2010 This challenge is about capturing the details of insect (or spider) eyes. Please make sure the eyes, or at least part of the eyes are in focus.
Winner: Sunset Walk
Migrating wild animals Challenge finished on Tuesday, 02 Feb 2010 Some of us are fortunate enough to live where animals are migrating (or have traveled to see this). In this challenge I'd like to see huge flocks of migrating birds or butterflies, herds of wild animals (like gnu or elk). Since it might not be the season, you can pick from your archive.
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