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Winner: Duck in muck
> Pollution's fingerprint Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Feb 2010 Spot the critical points/areas of our planet where pollution is present. Show how deadly pollution can be to our environment.
Winner: Winter Wonderland
Your Backyard Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Feb 2010 Show off your backyard.
Winner: Off shore wind turbines
happy snapper uk
happy snapper uk
sustainable & Green Architecture .. Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Feb 2010 You can check wikipedia if you don't know what's is sustainable architecture ..
Smoking - People with a Lit Cigarette Challenge finished on Monday, 08 Feb 2010 Take a shot (or a few shots), preferably spontaneous and unposed of your subject/subjects holding a lit cigarrete in his/her/their hands/mouth/ears. Whether they are zoned out, or extremely focused, get that winning shot that shouts 'Smoking'
Winner: Kuredu Atoll - Maldives
Picture Postcard Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Feb 2010 Make a postcard with a frame and the name of the Place on it. The postcard must be emblematic of the place. Your goal is to make people want to go there. It's an assignment - HAVE FUN WITH IT!
Winner: Stick Work
Tribute to: Gjon Mili Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Feb 2010 Gjon Mili was one a Life magazine "photographer emeritus". He used the budding technology of strobe lighting to amazing effect, combining technical and artistic genius. This challenge is all about photos made in one or both of Mili's trademarks. Use of flash to stop action, and/or painting with light. As in the examples below, both techniques can be combined. Gjon often worked with Harold Edgerton to capture multi-strobe sequences, but it was his artistry in capturing "the moment" that stands out. Also consider that part of his artistry was using complex lighting set ups to capture images even quite moments with vibrancy. This is a chance to put all those off camera, TTL enabled flash systems to the test! See the samples below: any of these styles is acceptable, so don't limit yourself to thinking of only one style. Entrants and voters alike should please read the additional rules. Thanks.
Winner: Sound of Senegal
Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick! Challenge finished on Sunday, 07 Feb 2010 Drummers playing the drums - that's what this is about. Flailing arms, intense expressions, blurred cymbals, frozen action - feel the rhythm, eat to the beat, bang on a can. Drummers provide the life-force of music no matter what part of the world they hail from. We want to see them here. But it ain't that simple: there are rules you must follow. See them below. And study my example. Study it closely.
Winner: Falling Tour Eiffel
Beautiful Mistakes: Camera Shake Challenge finished on Saturday, 06 Feb 2010 Generally, people feel that the camera should be steady when shooting, thus the proliferation of tripods and image stabilized lenses and bodies. Whether deliberately or accidentally, camera shake can create images that capture an altogether different feeling. Show us an example of an image where an unsteady hand created a better image.
Winner: Tribal Traditions
Kenneth J. Martin
Kenneth J. Martin
Workin Nine To Five Challenge finished on Saturday, 06 Feb 2010 Lets see a great image to match the title. It doesnt have to be a literal interpretation , be creative if you wish. Your image should show somebody or something doing some sort of work. Remember the title is just as important as your image in this challenge. Viewers / voters must still be able to see a clear link between the title and your image. Good / Great images with no real link to the title should be marked low. Good / Great images with excellent links to the title should be marked higher. Think carefully before posting your entry and the viewer / voter will of course do the same before scoring your picture. Have fun!
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