"COLOR CONTRAST" Photo Challenge Winning Entries

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Ivan Prasin

Budapest Blue Hour

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Ivan Prasin

Contrasting Pencils

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Barbara Thompson

Garden Contrast
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David Wicks

Daves Ducati

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David Wicks

Jenson's Shoes

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Dustin Quiel-Athanasiadis

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Winners

  • GROUP A 

    1st:   Ivan Prasin

    2nd:  Ivan Prasin

    3rd:  Barbara Thompson

  • GROUP B

    1st:  David Wicks

    2nd: David Wicks

    3rd: Dustin Quiel-Athanasiadis




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Online Photo Contest Voting

WIDE-ANGLE

Voting Open Through April 07, 2021

A generic definition is that a wide-angle lens displays a wider field of view than the human vision. For this contest, take pictures with a lens that is equal or less than the following:

  • Full Frame Sensor: 24mm
  • APS-C Sensor: 16mm
  • Micro-Four-Thirds Sensor: 12m




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Digital Challenge…Now it is your turn. I have critiqued your digital images. Some agree with my assessments...some do not. What follows is my methodology and reasons. How objective are you when self-critiquing your photographs? Can you separate your emotional connection to your image? 

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