Visual versus Frontal Cortex
Challenge series hosted by Xscream. Challenges start on Wednesdays.
What do you see, and why do you like it? One can like one picture very much, whereas a very similar picture may not appeal to you. The input is all managed by the Visual cortex in the brain. However, how much you like it is determined in the frontal cortex. This series can range from abstract themes to very daily subjects.
Finished (3 challenges)
Winners announced: 17th February, 2010 GMT
Show us pictures of things which are totally out of place, but therefore create an excellent photo opportunity. You must have stumbled upon this per accident. Don't create this yourself. Describe how you found your photo-opportunity. Failure to do so will result in disqualification.
Winners announced: 10th February, 2010 GMT
Winner: you're the one
Some photography-courses have an assignment to lock yourself in the bathroom and take 'artistic' pictures in there. Let's see what you can do!
Winners announced: 3rd February, 2010 GMT
Winner: Ohio Fallen Soldier Memorial, Sunbury, Ohio
Find something repetitive, with one exception. For example a lot of apples with one pear, orange flowers with just one yellow one in between, or some young people with one old person in their middle.
|Douaumont Ossuary by Eric 54-BNF|
from Armistice Day
|Silhouette at sunset by Jill Hancock|
from Portrait Lens (around 80mm or equivalent - please check the full rules)
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