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Winner: Looking out..
LEICA M8x/M9 ONLY - B&W Open Subject Challenge finished on Wednesday, 17 Mar 2010 Here is an challenge for all Leica M8x/M9 Digital Rangefinder Interchangeable Lens Cameras. It is an open subject challenge in Black and White ONLY. I know everyone has different options on "RF Style" photography. But, RF by their nature are cameras for candid, street, and other lifestyle imagery. Show us your "RF Style" of photography....In B&W.
Winner: Call to Duty
HOT HOT HOT Challenge finished on Wednesday, 17 Mar 2010 Lets see something that is HOT HOT HOT. Use your imagination !
Under Water Challenge finished on Wednesday, 17 Mar 2010 Show us photos where the subject is under water - taken with the camera in water, through a glass (of an aquarium, maybe) or from above the water. Reflections are allowed as a part of the composition, but the main subject must be under water - NOT floating or behind water. Use your creativity - cool fish / diver photos fit this challenge very well, but they are not the only option.
Winner: This is the only key I have
Stupidity Challenge finished on Tuesday, 16 Mar 2010 Yes, unfortunately it's not that hard to find stupidity around us. People are not always that smart, so you can find the wrong signs, you can see people doing stupid things, etc. So let's all enjoy some good laughter...
Winner: A little help from my friend
With a Little Help from My Friends Challenge finished on Tuesday, 16 Mar 2010 Show us your vision of what the song means to you...
Winner: Bus Stop Shocker!
Character Assassination (B&W) Challenge finished on Tuesday, 16 Mar 2010 "Character assassination" is something like, "information about a person that is *technically* true but presented in a misleading manner or is presented without the necessary context". This challenge is about images rich with *context* but in which the context isn't necessarily conveying "the truth" of a person's actions in a photograph. While this theme allows for a wide variety of "misleading stories", please be aware of the exceptions under "Additional rules".
Winner: Casstle of Meissen
> A Castle for a tale Challenge finished on Monday, 15 Mar 2010 We need a castle for our tale. Please provide the best castle shot in order to continue the tale. It must be a real castle or an old, grandiose building (not skyscrapers and not modern buildings). If you want to be the winner please see below the details regarding the castle...
Winner: Mera Peak High Camp - 5800m
The Campground Challenge finished on Monday, 15 Mar 2010 Show off you unique view of your definition of a campground, be that in the mountains, in your backyard or a sheet over some chairs in your house.
Winner: Masai Warrior, Tanzania
Master of the Land Challenge finished on Monday, 15 Mar 2010 This is a people - landscape hybrid challenge Take a shot (or a few shots), of one male adult human subject (posed or unposed) against a natural landscape backdrop. The singular male subject, preferably with face, should be shot WHOLE and fill up between 3% to 40% of the area. The background should be a natural landscape (read, not gardens or city parks) without any man-made stucture/machines (not even pavement or balustrade. The background should not be an open sea or just a lot of sky. Any shot with >50% sky is not allowed. . The subject can be captured carrying manmade gear (bicycles, boats, motorcycles and other transports not allowed) No nightshots please... sunset or surnrise shots are allowed. See 'additional rules' for examples
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