Safer At Home
Challenge series hosted by Autonerd. Challenges start on Tuesdays.
A series of challenges for those who are sticking to, or close to, home. Maybe for the pandemic, maybe because you just don't like people.
Finished (4 challenges)
Winners announced: 2nd March, 2021 GMT
Winner: Concert building Amsterdam
Enter a photo that expresses what you miss most since the pandemic restrictions and stay-at-home orders began. Express yourself however you see fit. Judges, please evaluate photos on how they resonate with your own feelings of loss and displacement (or joy and happiness, or however the pandemic has made you feel).
Winners announced: 19th January, 2021 GMT
Winner: De Goede Reede during a september sunset.
How much processing is too much processing? In this challenge, we're going to find out! Take an original photo (one of yours, please) and process the daylights out of it -- but don't go beyond into over-processing. How close can you come to that fine line between good and gaudy? The voters will decide if your image is great or if you've gone too far!
Winners announced: 5th January, 2021 GMT
Winner: Destroy the boring!
Here's a challenge that won't require leaving the house: Can you make my boring sample image into something more interesting? I've suppled two sample images for you to download (Please enter ONLY ONE!). If you are having trouble or want a RAW file (Sony .ARW) file, PM me and I'll send a dropbox link. Fire up your photo favorite editor and get to work! At least one major element of the photo...
Winners announced: 29th December, 2020 GMT
Winner: Swan Pond
Most of us are stuck at home, which can limit our opportunities to take photographs, so let's see photos from your neighborhood. Submit a photo taken within a half-mile (0.8km) radius of where you live currently. All subjects are OK -- flora, fauna, buildings, people, landscapes, whatever. Show us some neighborhood pride! Obviously, I don't know where you live -- not all of you, anyway --...
|BMW K 1600 GT by anisah|
from Motorcycles in Urban Environment
|Tjejmilen, Stockholm by Schjeldal|
from Running People
|Living statue by Wildbegonia|
from An intermezzo in the “can we travel again soon ? "series, Now, Street performance – Living statues
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