Challenge series hosted by Geebee014. Challenges start on Saturdays.
This series is aiming at interiors. Not necessarily the obvious ones. The objective is to capture your awareness of the environment you live in. Whether that is your daily environment, travel, etc. The emphasis will be on capturing the moment. That means no HDR and limited after processing. All types of cameras are allowed though.
Finished (6 challenges)
Winners announced: 19th January, 2013 GMT
Winner: Christmas atmosphere
This edition in the Interiors series is aimed at giving us your view on the Holiday Season. Whether it is Christmas, Hanukkah, Eid or as an atheist, what did your interior look like during this year's season being lit by candlelights? The rules are simple, as everything is allowed and as long as the photo reflects the spirit of the Holiday Season, or in case of atheists, the lack of it. One...
Winners announced: 22nd December, 2012 GMT
A new round of the interior series brings us this time to the fantastic world of greenhouses. You probably all have been there. Cold greenhouses, tropical greenhouses, greenhouses for butterflies, etc. Surprise us and share us your view on a greenhouse on the inside and taken from the inside. Good luck and have fun!
Winners announced: 26th November, 2011 GMT
Winner: All Aboard
Although it's impossible to (legally) obtain pictures of the interior of many military vehicles, aircrafts, ships, etc., there are objects that no longer fall in that category. In this challenge, you are asked to submit a photo of the interior a military transport vehicle (jeep, tank, plane, ship, submarine, etc.). Be creative and send us the best you have. There is no need to have a person in...
Winners announced: 5th November, 2011 GMT
Winner: A ray of Hope.
This time we'll be focusing on a type of interior lighting that "struck"you. By its design, its effect, its grandeur.... This could be anywhere, at home (ie. as simple as candle light) or in a public place (see my example). As long as it's inside. Good luck!
Winners announced: 26th March, 2011 GMT
Think about an action scene in your home kitchen. Focus on the action, the actual cooking process. This could go from preparing a small one person noodle dish over someone preparing the family dinner to a lively kitchen preparing for the bunch of friends you have over for lunch. Use your imagination and show us your idea/impression of a home kitchen in action! Read the rules below to avoid...
Winners announced: 1st January, 2011 GMT
My first challenge in this series looks at....the ceiling. So whether this is the place where you live, work or have travelled to, it does not matter. Ceilings through history have been splendid examples of decoration and inspiration. Show us what you found and share it.
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