Challenge series hosted by dark goob. Challenges start on Saturdays.
This series is all about being imaginative and capturing visual imagery that shows the subject how your mind sees it, as opposed to how the usual way of looking at it is conceived. Of course, they can be the same thing -- weird is welcome but not required.
Finished (6 challenges)
Winners announced: 7th September, 2013 GMT
Winner: Underwater Fuel
Nuclear waste is piling up everywhere. Nobody wants to put it in their back yard. But what is nuclear waste? What does it look like? Where are we going to put it? How are we going to transport it? Please don't break any laws or injure yourself in trying to get pictures for this challenge. Nuclear waste is highly dangerous. Use a long zoom lens. Don't get close. Duh. Images captured from...
Winners announced: 5th May, 2012 GMT
Photographs of nuclear weapons, nuclear detonations, nuclear weapons testing, nuclear power plants, nuclear reactors, nuclear disasters, highly radioactive substances, etc. The subject of the shot must prominently be a piece of nuclear technology or something that is highly radioactive. Please label all your shots with the precise details of the subject matter. (Atomic number, element, name...
4. FUTURE SHOCK
Winners announced: 28th April, 2012 GMT
Movies such as Blade Runner, Minority Report, Aeon Flux, Robocop, Demolition Man, and The Matrix all depict a somewhat dark technological future. However, it's now 2012, and so... the question becomes... aren't we now living in that dark technological future, which was predicted all along? Show us some photographic evidence that indeed, we are now living in the dark technological future of...
3. Evil Book
Winners announced: 21st April, 2012 GMT
Winner: All in the interpretation
We all know what the Good Book is. Show me pictures of the Evil Book.
2. NO PERMIT
Winners announced: 14th April, 2012 GMT
Winner: Road closed
The image must fit with the theme, "NO PERMIT," however you interpret that statement.
Winners announced: 7th April, 2012 GMT
Winner: The lonely man
Your image must either fit "lost and lonely" OR "just like heaven"... And we will see whether uplifting imagery trumps gloom, or whether the darkness shall triumph! Have at it!
|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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