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The DSLR Skills Challenge No4 Capture Something OLD

This challenge closed about 7 years ago.

The Challenge

In this latest DSLR Skills Challenge, your task, should you choose to accept it, is to find something old, capture it in low-light, turn it B&W, sepia or monotone {No full colour works} and submit it into the Challenge.
You’ll need all your skills as a photographer here; remember framing, composition, angle, you could even use higher than normal ISOs to introduce character into the shot.
Ideas of things to capture Old; Bridges, Trains, Vehicles, People, Tins, Clocks, watches, chairs, thrones, houses, cobled streets, Tables, Legs, palaces, castles, farms, posters, antiques, shoes, etc,,,
Remember Include your camera model and make, lense used and as much about the settings as you care to let us in on…

Judging / Voting Criteria

The Group Members vote and choose the winner of the Skills Challenge.

Rewards & Prizes

You’ll be our newest featured Group Member and receive a personally signed prize from the Host’s own gallery.

Additional Information

You have One Week from now to get the shot. One Week to Submit your work and then Voting for One Week only.
And in Three Weeks time we’ll have the New DSLR Skills Challenge Winner.
Will it be YOU? Go on give it a try and don’t be afraid to tell your friends about this latest challenge and get them involved too.
DSLRs at the ready…
ready, steady, Gooooooooo.

Cover Image: The Keys by AliciaYoungken

Completed

The Top Ten

Abandoned rusted old truck in field by Jim Cumming

Abandoned rusted old truck in field by Jim Cumming was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 7 votes.

  • A Journey Back In Time by Puggs
  • Alleyway by Neal Petts
  • time lapsed by Brock Hunter
  • My Old Boy by Josie Eldred
  • Knowlton Henge by Jonathan Stacey
  • Antique by Stephen Ruane
  • Old  Aussie Dunny by Elaine Teague
  • Big Bellows by Simon Duckworth
  • Untitled.  by John Marx

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