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A place for students and alumni of the New York Institute of Photography to share ideas, offer critique, and share experiences and successes with other students.

Pure nature (USD20.00 voucher challenge, April 2011)

This challenge closed about 4 years ago.

The Challenge

Show us your best photograph featuring anything created by nature, with no visible human touch or presence.

Don’t forget the guidelines:

  1. Know your theme.
  2. Attract attention.
  3. Simplify!

Judging / Voting Criteria

Vote on great photographs featuring anything purely natural, without visible human touch or presence.

Don’t forget the guidelines:

  1. Know your theme.
  2. Attract attention.
  3. Simplify!

As many votes as you like :)

Rewards & Prizes

If there will be more than 10 valid submissions, and at least three votes for the winning entry, then the winner gets a USD 20 voucher from RB.
Top three entries (if they have more than 1 vote) will be featured in the group.

Additional Information

Please enter and vote!

Only photographs featuring something purely natural, no human touch/presence.

Submissions have to follow the group rules (among others: no text, no frame, no heavy post-processing = stick with the techniques that would be possible in a classical dark room).

Moderation may be done before and during the voting time.

Cover Image: Coneflower and Black-eyed Susans by mklue

Completed

The Top Ten

My Weeping Willow Tree ©  by Dawn M. Becker

My Weeping Willow Tree © by Dawn M. Becker was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 6 votes.

  • Into the sunset by trwphotography
  • Lumiere Du Matin by artisandelimage
  • Approach by ggpalms
  • caught in a trance by gompo
  • Sand and Sea by Dannyboy2247
  •  New York's Taughannock falls IX by PJS15204
  • Lost in Paradise by Cleber Photography Design
  • One Last Kiss by Laurie Search
  • Untitled by JaredManeggio

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