Variety of things

Challenge series hosted by Ohmyhi. Challenges start on Fridays.
This series is dedicated to a variety of things. Some may apply to everyone while others may only be focused towards a small niche group. Each challenge has a different focus that ultimately show how we each live our lives or experience this beautiful planet. Previously was the vsco challenges but since I could not figure out how to cancel this series I decided to modify it. To be more appealing and to apply to a wide variety of people.
Finished (13 challenges)
Entries: 100
Winners announced: 6th November, 2015 GMT
Winner: FZ-20
This challenge is focused on getting a beautiful portrait photo of your loved one. The idea is to keep waist up or shoulders up with avoiding full body if anatomically possible. The focus should be as with people, to bring out the flattering look of your pet and to get their "best side". Judging for this will be on how well the person is able to capture the portrait of their pet and...
Entries: 5
Winners announced: 30th October, 2015 GMT
Winner: Oliver
I heard about freelensing from Sam Hurd (which if you don't know him please look him up!). He is a professional wedding photographer who likes to do things his own way and explore and discovery new things or perfect old technics with his own style. This will most likely be considered a niche challenge but is open to everyone with a DSLR and the ability to keep their aperture wide open while...
Entries: 70
Winners announced: 23rd October, 2015 GMT
Winner: Cheese
This challenge is designed for you to show off your pets uplifting expressions, happy, excited, curious, etc. (no sad, scared, or depressed). This is open for all pets born in captivity and that are legal. Do not photograph through a cage or show cage bars. Preferably your pet will be out and about doing their own thing while completely enjoying them. Please provide a brief description of...
Entries: 4
Winners announced: 25th September, 2015 GMT
Winner: A friendly Stranger
As we are completely transforming into a digital world, film is being slowly pushed out. It is not dead but due to cost a lot of people are starting to try to create the famous film look with their digital camera. So to finish the VSCO challenge I want to leave this open to all VSCO presets and/or use of the VSCO cam app to help achieve this "film look". Please provide the name of the filter...
Entries: 12
Winners announced: 18th September, 2015 GMT
Winner: safe
This challenge is focused on the ever so popular free app by VSCO. The subject is open ended but the photos must be edited with the phone app only. Please indicate which filter you used when editing your photo and if applicable your editing process. I have seen, from several people, that they will edit on their computer, transfer the photos to their iPads or phones, and will then add a...
Entries: 1
Winners announced: 11th September, 2015 GMT
Winner: VSCO Film 07 entry
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 07. The subject is open to anything as long as it's appropriate. Must have the original and the edited photo posted side by side. This preset must be bought from the website. I hope this can help anyone on the fence about VSCO presets. Presets available here http://vsco.co/store Review of film available here...
Entries: 0
Winners announced: 4th September, 2015 GMT
Winner: no winner
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 06. The subject is open to anything as long as it's appropriate. Must have the original and the edited photo posted side by side. This preset must be bought from the website. I hope this can help anyone on the fence about VSCO presets. Presets available here http://vsco.co/store Review of film available here...
Entries: 1
Winners announced: 28th August, 2015 GMT
Winner: Hallstätter See, Upper Austria, Austria
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 05. The subject is open to anything as long as it's appropriate. Must have the original and the edited photo posted side by side. This preset must be bought from the website. I hope this can help anyone on the fence about VSCO presets. Presets available here http://vsco.co/store Review of film available here...
Entries: 7
Winners announced: 21st August, 2015 GMT
Winner: multiple winners
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 04. The subject is open but this film preset is geared towards slide film/landscape photography. So although it can be used to edit any photo landscape shots may be the best to yield the greatest results. Must have the original and the edited photo posted side by side. This preset must be bought from the website. I hope...
Entries: 2
Winners announced: 14th August, 2015 GMT
Winner: Gig in 70s? Not really :)
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 03. The subject is open and the idea is to show off the different film types in this specific preset. This preset must be bought from the website. I hope this can help anyone on the fence about VSCO presets. Presets available here http://vsco.co/store
Entries: 5
Winners announced: 7th August, 2015 GMT
Winner: no winner
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 02. The subject is open and the idea is to show off the different film types in this specific preset. This preset must be bought from the website. I hope this can help anyone on the fence about VSCO presets. Presets available here http://vsco.co/store
Entries: 10
Winners announced: 31st July, 2015 GMT
Winner: Looking for TRI-X effect
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 01. The subject is open and the idea is to show off the different film types in this specific preset. This is the free preset so anyone with the proper editing software will be able to use it. I hope this can help anyone on the fence about VSCO presets. Presets can be found here http://vsco.co/store
Entries: 20
Winners announced: 24th July, 2015 GMT
Winner: freya
The idea for this challenge is to edit photos using the VSCO film preset 00. The subject is open and the idea is to show off the different film types in this specific preset. This is the free preset so anyone with the proper editing software will be able to use it. I hope this can help anyone on the fence about VSCO presets.