Challenge series hosted by SorinI. Challenges start on Thursdays.
Let’s try to be creative and look around us for banal things. Get creative, choose an out from the box shooting approach, post process creatively and make the banal things that surround us become outstanding modern art masterpieces.
Finished (4 challenges)
Winners announced: 28th October, 2010 GMT
Winner: The Road Ahead
We all know the "miniature" effect that is achieved with a tilt shift lens. I don't want that today and any shot that like that will be disqualified! This time I want to see your best people photography shots (portraits, wedding and engagement shots, etc) that you took with a tilt-shift lens.
Winners announced: 2nd September, 2010 GMT
Winner: no winner
Show to the world that sometime less can mean much more, that a black & white exposure can be much sexier than the most colorful snapshot.
Winners announced: 29th July, 2010 GMT
I have one of those in my bag. If you read this, most probably you got one as well. Show us the magic you can achieve with that lens. Rules: The rules are simple: any shot you took with any lensbaby in this life time can qualify for this challenge.
Winners announced: 28th May, 2009 GMT
Winner: Just a drop more milk
How I had a rough night, and I am need of some caffeine my self, I thought to propose you that this challenge to be about coffee. Whatever you choose to take an commercial approach and you will shoot some coffee beans spread around a mug of coffee, or you will take the documentary approach and you will shoot a messy breakfast table, the choice is yours: important that the resulted shot to have ...
|Big Steaming Pile by WhistlerOne|
from Product Shoot: Coffee
|AU4_6418_BB-35 by DaveInHouston|
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