Challenge series hosted by Rocky ID Olympian. Challenges start on Saturdays.
Videos are now more and more popular, but one of the differences between video and still photos is: still photos make decisive moments eternal. Let's see if you can catch one of those decisive moments.
Finished (14 challenges)
Winners announced: 4th April, 2020 GMT
Winner: hayden valley red fox jumping to find a mouse
Show us photos of something the the middle of the jump. Could be athletes of anything, animals, etc.
Winners announced: 28th March, 2020 GMT
Winner: Breaking Baseball Bat
This time, I am inviting you to display your photos of objects when it is just breaking. Could be a glass, baloon with water inside, wood chair breaking, etc.
Winners announced: 22nd February, 2020 GMT
Winner: Hirosaki Park_Japan
This time around, post your photo during sunset where the sun is about to dissappear. So, the sun must be still visible, but it should be at least when it is touching the horison/mountain. I'll be strict with this rule.
Winners announced: 15th February, 2020 GMT
Winner: Terpsicorps Ballet 2019
This time, I want you to showcase your Stage Photo (could be music concert, performing arts, etc) that you got the decisive moment.
Winners announced: 8th February, 2020 GMT
Post your shot of still life things, where you need a perfect timing. For example: drop and splash.
Winners announced: 1st February, 2020 GMT
Winner: Anna Hummingbird Feeding Young
Post your shot of decisive moments in wild life photography. For example: a hunter just grabbed its prey, a bird just took off, etc
Winners announced: 25th January, 2020 GMT
Winner: Habana Cuba
Show your well timed street photography. Sooner will be not so dramatic, a tad late and you would have missed the moment.
Winners announced: 18th January, 2020 GMT
Display one decisive moment in sports. For example: an overtake in a race, a well landed punch or kick, a winner's/loser's expression, crossing finish line, a goal, a blocked shot.
Winners announced: 14th June, 2014 GMT
Winner: Great Sand Dunes, Colorado
Please be aware, in this challenge a photo of 1:1 aspect ratio is compulsary!! This means the width and height of the photo must be the same size. Submit your best travel photos in 1:1 format. Both cropping in post processing or in camera setting is allowed.
Winners announced: 10th May, 2014 GMT
Winner: Ohh so Sweet
I want you to submit your macro shots using 1:1 aspect ratio.
Winners announced: 26th April, 2014 GMT
Winner: Cyrstal Mill
Please be aware that this time around the challange is using 9:16 format (potrait/vertical) and the subject is Nature Landscape
Winners announced: 12th April, 2014 GMT
Winner: Maroon Bells temperature inversion.
Simple. Landscape photo with 16:9 aspect ratio
Winners announced: 29th March, 2014 GMT
Use 1:1 aspect ratio and take a close up photo of a person
Winners announced: 22nd March, 2014 GMT
Winner: Cosmic Tree
Lets try various aspect ratios for various categories. This time, lets see how you present a nature landscape photo in 1:1 aspect ratio.
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