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Hey guys, it's Wednesday again and that means another chance for 1 person to be crowned the victor of our Rusted theme from last week. There were almost 400 entries this week, give yourself a pat on the back if you entered! 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Bottom Middle 5) Bottom Right To vote for your favourite photo, please reply to... Read more
Congratulations Jon, our winner from last week, here is his "Side by Side" winning shot. I spoke to Jon over the weekend and he has chosen us the theme of Abstract. This should be fun, our Surrealist theme was a real treat so hopefully we get some great entries this week, good luck everyone. How to enter If you wish to enter the theme... Read more
Joyce has just completed her 365 Project, and as it seemed like she had such a good time we thought we would find out more about her time as a 365er. Tell us a bit about yourself… My name is Joyce Wells, and I live in New England, I am a fifth grade pubic schoolteacher. I live on the coast of Massachusetts,... Read more
1) Wet in Krakow by Alison Tomlin 2) The End ... or just the beginning? by Michael Elliott 3) Afterglow by beachradish 4) Copper sands by Peter de Graaff 5) Contemplating... by Brian Baptie 6) 365project; Oh, what a year!!! by Brian Baptie 7) Elegance by Robyn 8) Rainbow Splash by Humphrey Hippo 9) Twice as Fun by Roz Greening 10) Side by Side by Robyn ... Read more
Hello, lots of entries to the theme this week, thanks for all the entries, I had great fun looking through all the photos. Alas I could pick only 5, and here they are... 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Middley Right Bit 5) Bottom Right To vote for your favourite photo, please reply to this with the number (in digit format) of... Read more
A big well done to Caryn for winning last weeks Monsters theme. Caryn has kindly chosen our theme for us this week and it will be "Rusted" How to enter If you wish to enter the theme this week, please tag your photo (on the edit/organise screen) with the tag theme-rusted. Entry Guidelines Entry to this theme starts on Monday 30th July and will accept... Read more
1) Day 236|The Thinker by Bobbyj 2) Rust and reflections... by Brian Baptie 3) blue-eyed & creamy by Anna 4) Wet in Krakow by Alison Tomlin 5) Home is a Bridge by Amaya Williams 6) Last week... by Brian Baptie 7) Colored flowers by Ulpi 8) Blackwater by Humphrey Hippo 9) Day 205 by Tanja Carda 10) Side by Side by Robyn ... Read more
The Lomo Sprocket Rocket is a 35mm camera with a super-wide angle for ultra cool panoramic shots and multiple exposures. This isn’t just any panoramic, it exposes the whole film – including the sprocket holes for a unique photograph. And that’s not all. It has a reverse gear so you can wind backwards and forwards through the film for funky multiple... Read more
Hey guys, the final 5 photos selected from the Monsters theme are below. Thanks for all the entries. Please vote on your favourite. 1) Top Left 2) Top Right 3) Bottom Left 4) Bottom Middle 5) Bottom Right To vote for your favourite photo, please reply to this with the number (in digit format) of the photo you wish to win, the winner will be contacted... Read more
Congratulations Lianna, who won last weeks Human Connection vote. Lianne has chosen the theme of Side by Side for us this week, here's what she had to say... First of all can I say Thank you so much for choosing me to be in the final five! And secondly - Wow!! I can't believe I have won - I am so so... Read more
1) Cross Roads of the World (Wide Version) - Times Square NYC by Michael Elliott 2) #365: The end and the beginning... by Chris Wang 3) Red by Livia 4) daisy redux by ladyjane 5) Day 229|Melbourne Part XIII by Bobbyj 6) Fun.... by Corine Wernsen 7) Top Hat & Tails by Humphrey Hippo 8) Exit by beachradish 9) Towards The Light by Rachel Mackenzie 10) 13th July 2012... Read more
Inspired by imminent Olympic activities, we thought that we would share a few hints and tips for capturing action at sporting events. Timing When it comes to sports photography, timing is everything – so keep your eye on the action constantly. You are looking for moments of pure emotion and adrenaline fuelled movement. From joy, despair, celebration and lament to seemingly... Read more