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M or E Week 12 RESULTS?Thank you all who took part
Just to say thanks for giving it a go this week, i know there aren't many who have a go but i enjoy it personally!
Each of them have something i like in them so it was a bit of a hard one to make.
As there are only a few i will just pic a winner and runner up, just in case the 1st place is unable to set the challenge.
So here goes.
1st place it has to be Marion with her Daleks a very vibrant image and think the Daleks look as though they would be found living there so it fitted the bill perfectly, and carrying on the sci-fi theme with the 2nd, just glad that wasn't really happening when i took the pic, like the added touch of the light rays at top right corner and the over all finish to the window and brick work! All very nicely done.
2nd Mike my choice being the 2nd picture where you combined the two images it was blended together really well even to the extent of the open top windows, with the different colour used inside to give the illusion that it was really open, the little touches make all the difference and i thought that was spot on.
DC liked the way you made it symmetrical plus the light also led the eye down to the doorway, leaving the question, what or who is out there waiting for when the threshold is crossed, think the idea works well.
Jenny loved the Lomo fx you put on the first pic, i am researching that side of photography at the moment. Love all the way the colours look on the photo think they add a certain quality and retro feel. Also like the way you have made the window into a bow nice idea. Great stuff.
Lat but not least Chris Gossop, also well done with the yellowy urban lighting colour and undesirables lurking down the other end, don't think i would walk down that way. Plus i also like the spray paint fx on the 2nd image, very effective.
So cheers all and now Marion get digging out a couple of pix for the next challenge.
Cheers again guys for giving it a go!!
You have until 8 pm (UK Time) on Sunday 25th March to choose 1 or both of the photos and change it/them I don't mind if they've been edited or manipulated as long as they stay within the criteria.
Post your entry(s ) in the registration thread
This competition can be as easy as putting a border on the photo or as difficult as cutting, colour adjustment, HDR whatever you want.
Don't be afraid to comment on other entries, in the IHC MorE CHAT Thread.
You must post your entry(s ) in this current forum topic by the closing time, which will be stated in the original post. This will usually be 8pm UK time.
You may enter entries using any or all of the original photos posted. But only 1 of each photo.
Test entries may be posted in the IHC MorE CHAT Thread. And all comments on test entries or challenge entries should be made in the IHC MorE CHAT Thread.
You can manipulate as much as you want, BUT we still want to see that it's at least from the original photo, and matches the setters criteria.
The poster of the original photo(s ) shall be the judge and will set any additional criteria eg entries must have a border. They can post 1 or 2 photos for entrants to choose from.
The judge shall announce the winner at 9 p.m. approx.
The winner to set the Challenge as soon as possible, 10 a.m. the following day at the latest.
If 1st fails to set the Challenge 2nd takes over etc., both the Challenge and the Judging.
Post the Rules in all weekly starter posts please.
links to this weeks challenge: