Challenge series hosted by grubybartek. Challenges start on Thursdays.
create remarkable photos - make the best of your camera & try to impress the viewers.
Finished (9 challenges)
Winners announced: 5th November, 2009 GMT
Winner: Church & Rainbow
Sometimes there are very specific light conditions: some object is lightened by the sun but there are dark clouds behind it (creating very nice background). Show us this magic moment. Lit object(-s) and dark clouds are mandatory. No blue sky shots. Please read all additional and post-processing rules.
Winners announced: 29th October, 2009 GMT
Winner: only a match
Almost everybody has them in a drawer. Make something interesting of it. It could be a macro photograph of a match heads, ignition shot, single burnt match, a collection of matchboxes, photograph of a table when you want out and was smoking cigars - enything you like. But remember - at least one match, matchbox or matchbook has to be visible. Please read additional and post-processing rules.
Winners announced: 22nd October, 2009 GMT
Winner: Schock and Awe
Please show us the kitsch. Make it so sweet that it hurts. Post-processing is welcome (i.e. frames, borders, patterns, corny quotes and mottos).
Winners announced: 15th October, 2009 GMT
Winner: Camouflage Frog
Please propose the photo for The Most Difficult Puzzle. 'The most difficult' is crucial but remember that the photo must be interesting as well (i.e. puzzle with a single tiled roof would be hard to put together but extremally boring so I would prefere an aerial view of whole town/city with hundred tiled roofs). Please do not submit photos for regular puzzle (sunset, sunrise, horse, dog, cat,...
Winners announced: 8th October, 2009 GMT
Winner: Will the real Mr. Bowtie please stand up
And now for something completely different: show us one adventure of an imaginary character - Mr Bowtie. Please download the template, printed it out, cut out Mr Bowtie, fold and stick it, take him somewhere and take the photo. I drew Mr Bowtie especially for the purpose of this competition. You can change the colours and give him some facial expression (draw eyes and lips) if you wish. The...
Winners announced: 1st October, 2009 GMT
Winner: Dereliction Blues
Enough of cute & nice photos. Please show us the waste: rotting stuff. Let us smell it. The Dirtier The Better. Please read Additional rules.
Winners announced: 24th September, 2009 GMT
Winner: Flower staircase
Show us the stairs. Obviously the stairs must be visible and must be the key feature/dominant. Please read Additional rules.
Winners announced: 17th September, 2009 GMT
Winner: Desmond in Martin Place
Please create the icon. An icon portait of a person (a human - not the animals, plants etc.). Only one person should be visible in the picture and it can't be only a face - show us at least the bust and two hands. And the most important - give it this spiritual flavour. No snapshots - I will be ruthless and disqualify them. Please read Additional rules.
Winners announced: 10th September, 2009 GMT
Winner: no winner
Jan van Eyck, Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Frans Hals, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer - we love them all. Try to capture the mood of one of their painting. A specific painting. Pick one and have a fun with it.
|Valley by the light of a blue moon by cjf2|
from Down in the Valley
|Lake Erie Stone Pier by yobbyt|
from Dock or Pier
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