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52 by 52 8:31pm, 20 November 2011
If you've a photo that you've taken that fits a challenge perfectly but was taken before it was released (or before you joined) then this is the perfect place to post it!

Simply add the challenge number (& instruction text if you like) then copy and paste its URL between square brackets, like so: [image url here]

At the moment we're thinking of using this post for all of the challenges but we could open it out to one for each challenge if people find it interesting (let us know).
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david_gillett Posted 7 years ago. Edited by david_gillett (admin) 7 years ago
#1 What you see depends on where you stand
The policeman snatched the camera off the couple who looked terrified until he explained he thought it'd be nice if they had a snap of them together on the bench. Only in Glastonbury.
Folk House Course: #3 - Fresh Look by david_gillett
Leripix 7 years ago
Challenge #3
Capture an honest portrait of a complete stranger in the street. — Steven R. Hazlett
# by Leripix

Hoping street encompasses livestock market.
Voltaire 2010 Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Voltaire 2010 (member) 7 years ago
Unmasked by Voltaire 2010

52 by 52 (a group admin) says:
17 Nov 11 - Challenge #12
If a photographer cares about the people before the lens and is compassionate, much is given. It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument.” (Eve Arnold)
— David Chancellor

The current challenge is set by David Chancellor and started Thursday 17th November 2011. Upload your response to Flickr and add it to the 52 by 52 group pool.
Larking About Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Larking About (member) 7 years ago
Challenge #14 Take a photo that captures three distinctive actions within the same frame. — Tomas Van Houtryve

Taken one week too early :)

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david_gillett 7 years ago
I love that photo , so full of humanity!
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Julia M Cameron PRO Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Julia M Cameron (admin) 7 years ago
Challenge 09
Take a natural scene and distill it down into its fundamental components to make the simplest and strongest statement.
— Fran Halsall
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/julia_m_cameron/5264469212/]
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Julia M Cameron PRO Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Julia M Cameron (admin) 7 years ago
Challenge 10
Get wet. Take a photograph in the rain using the elements of the situation to your visual advantage.
— Peter Dench
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/julia_m_cameron/4831319203/]
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Julia M Cameron PRO 7 years ago
Challenge 14
Take a photo that captures three distinctive actions within the same frame.
— Tomas Van Houtryve
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/julia_m_cameron/5783885232/]
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Julia M Cameron PRO 7 years ago
Challenge 13
Take a picture at night – however, added flash or long exposures are not allowed – use solely available light, whether artificial or natural.
— Mikko Takkunen
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/julia_m_cameron/5343307508/]
OJProctor 7 years ago
#17
Use light to isolate a subject and draw the viewer to the picture.
— David Ellis

#17 Climbing by OJProctor
Leripix Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Leripix (member) 7 years ago
Challenge #18
Ask someone if you can spend half an hour in their company whilst you try and capture their true essence / personality

This is my mum - she spends most of her time feeding and watching the birds in her garden. The water pistol is to scare away the squirrels (Bending the rules a bit as I've spent a lot more than half an hour with her!)

[watching the birds
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Julia M Cameron PRO Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Julia M Cameron (admin) 7 years ago
Challenge #17
Use light to isolate a subject and draw the viewer to the picture.
— David Ellis

Hung out to dry
Patrick_Sagnes Posted 7 years ago. Edited by Patrick_Sagnes (member) 7 years ago
Challenge #14
Take a photo that captures three distinctive actions within the same frame.
— Tomas Van Houtryve
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/patricksagnes/6127751501/]
Patrick_Sagnes 7 years ago
Challenge #2
The background is as important as the sitter (yourself).
— Sam Reynolds (Shoot the Living)
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/patricksagnes/5597440049/]
charming kettle [deleted] 6 years ago
#13
Take a picture at night – however, added flash or long exposures are not allowed – use solely available light, whether artificial or natural.
— Mikko Takkunen

Marienburg: LUX by charming kettle
TranceGender 6 years ago
#29
Make a portrait where the primary goal is to engineer intimacy from a situation that is fundamentally artificial.
— Chris Floyd

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TranceGender 6 years ago
#33
Create a portrait that expresses isolation in circumstances that are not isolated.
— Terry O’Neill

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