Moment in Time
Challenge series hosted by Biggs23. Challenges start on Thursdays.
This series will examine the concept of photographs as moments in time. Rather than static frames that could be captured at any time it will focus on various themes that happen only for a moment. The series will primarily feature concepts that revolve around people although there will be some contests that will include a wider range of subject matter.
Finished (3 challenges)
Winners announced: 16th August, 2012 GMT
READ THE RULES THOROUGHLY! IMAGES WILL BE JUDGED STRICTLY! The are moments in life when you realize that something significant has occurred. Positive or negative, planned or unplanned, expected or unexpected. This challenge focuses on those moments in life.
Winners announced: 26th July, 2012 GMT
Winner: Come and Get It !!
This contest concerns itself with the moment of decision. Specifically, that moment when a decision has been made and when action is required. The moment a batter swings, the moment a child begins to blow out the candles on a cake, or the moment that reality hits and emotions spill out.
Winners announced: 19th July, 2012 GMT
Winner: Shower of Love
The first in the series, this contest revolves around the concept of a moment in life that feels like it lasts forever. This can be a highlight of a person's life, the feeling of slowness that you get as something is falling, or any other concept that illustrates those moments in life that seem to take longer than they actually do.
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