Around The World
From months-long adventures circumnavigating the whole globe, to half-day trips near home, to going to the next room: the challenges in this series will be fairly open, but you will need to have moved somehow in order to take the shot.
Finished (6 challenges)
Winners announced: 25th October, 2010 GMT
Winner: Flying Dragon
The world is a big place, but also full of tiny details, so you need a macro lens to capture them! Post photos taken at 1:1 or greater magnification
5. Ultra Tele
Winners announced: 18th October, 2010 GMT
Winner: no winner
The world is a big place, so you need a tele FOV to get close to the action! Post photos taken with ultra-tele focal lengths
4. Ultra Wide
Winners announced: 11th October, 2010 GMT
Winner: Lets take a ride!
The world is a big place, so you need a wide FOV to take it all in! Post photos taken with ultra-wide focal lengths
Winners announced: 4th October, 2010 GMT
Winner: The Monk
We go on a long, exotic, once-in-a-lifetime trip and we take a LOT of photos. For this challenge show your personal favourite from such trip. Well, maybe you did not take 1 million shots, but you get my meaning... I hope!
Winners announced: 27th September, 2010 GMT
Winner: multiple winners
This challenge is about creating panoramas for a purpose different from purely showing a wide landscape. Please note that landscapes are not forbidden as subject per se, but there should be some sort of twist in the subject or technique.
Winners announced: 13th September, 2010 GMT
Winner: Northern Saw-whet owl
Photography is a passion, and sometimes to satsfy our passion we do things that we wouldn't normally do. Post photos that were taken in unusual (for you) circumstances. Please describe those circumstances!
|"Witherslack Hall" steam locomotive at Orchard Crossing, Worcestershire, England. by cjf2|
from My Best Photo of the Week
|Peruvian sweetness by VickyGo|
from street life
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