28 Photos Of Faces Where They Shouldn't Be

Everywhere I look, I see faces. The cabinet is looking at me. The lightswitch is looking at me. The cereal is looking at me. And it's all because of your submissions to this week's Anthropomorphism Shooting Challenge.

The winners:

Second Runner Up

Death Face on Muni Track in SF; Nikon D50; 55-200mm; Shot at 200mm; ISO: 200; f/5.6; 1/20 sec -Tyler Ball

First Runner Up

This image was taken with a Nikon D200 using a 18-200mm lens in aperture mode. ISO was 200, focal length was 80mm (35mm equiv = 120mm). Exposure time was six seconds. -Joe Hale

One Half Runner Up

"A robot is hiding behind the trees" I love walking the streets of Shanghai. This picture was taken with my Leica D3, f/2.8, 1/15 sec., at ISO 200. -Ariel Borremans

Winner

Camera: Nikon D60; Lens: 50mm F1/8; ISO: 100; "sad Robot" Guess he didn't like the New York Snow... -Jacob Santiago

Thanks to everyone for participating. There are so many fantastic shots in the mix, you'll never want to throw out anything again... lest you doom an innocent object to rot away, smiling in a dump.

Underside of a DVCPro Tape. I work in video. i look at these allllll day. Well, not specifically the underside, but still. anyway! taken with my iphone, so no larger size/specs... -Jillian Selsky

Shot with an iPhone. -Gary Cohen

This picture was taken with a HTC G1 of a Acer Aspire Tower. Microphone, headphone jacks & USB plug -Daryl Kreider

-Carter Marquis

I am a photography student at Point Park University in Pittsburgh and when I saw the shooting challenge for this week I ran down to our processing room and took a photo of this guy! I didn't really have any special techniques. I used my Nikon D40x on its auto setting. -Madeline McKain

I took this picture in the park, midday i think it was. My technique was simple, click and shabam. My equipment was my Lg Xenon 2.0 mega pixel camera on its basic settings. Due to the size of the image my phone resized it in order to send. Sorry. Since its not big enough for wallpaper you could always click "Tile". -Adriana D.

Location: At a restaurant in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas USVI. Camera: Sony DSC-TX1, No flash, no exposure compensation, exposed 1/30 second. This is a picture of a hat. -Keerthi Hiremath

1. tick. 2. Picture was taken like i dunno a month ago. i dunno if that expels me. 3. Canon 40d with a standard 18-85 lens. 4. tick. 5. tick (well kinda) -Rudi Lötter

Shot in nef format with nikon D60, with an old nikkor-s lens in my kitchen, incandescent and natural light This is my idea of coffee; loud, complex and Italian. This is the actual setup i have in my kitchen; the small tv on top is for watching news while I cook. -Gilbert Gosselin

Mouse needed a battery change. Opened it up and saw a big smiling face saying "change me!" Equipment used, mobile phone (dumbphone) set to macro mode at 50 ISO. -Roy Rubio

Taken with a Nikon Coolpix L18. This is the first time I send I picture for this kind of challenges. I really wasn't thinking of sending any sort of picture since I usually feel like this is more of a challenge for the people with better cameras, but after seeing the ''face'' on this aeroplane I realised that by reading about this new shooting challenge I became a little more aware of seeing things where there weren't meant to be. So thank you for awakening in me a more creative way of seeing things. -Arturo Bravo

Canon EOS 20D; f/10,1/250 sec., ISO-800; Canon 17-40mm f4 L @ 28mm; No flash; Handheld. Adjusted curves in Lightroom + Sharpening -Alexandre Dion

this is the most discussed "Conversation piece" I have on my desk at work. Canon T1i; Sigma lens; ISO-3200. no post work aside from resize -Eric C

A storm drain during the blizzard in DC. I swear I didn't make the holes for the eyes, that is exactly how I found it. Taken with my new Canon SD780 IS. -Doug Butterworth

Here we have cups that show a shadow of.....well you get the picture.....you do get it I hope right? I just set some cups on the counter and saw that it made a shadow of some boobs. I took a picture of them after getting a hard laugh of the discovery. Camera: Canon Rebel XT; F-Stop: F/3.2; Exposure Time: 1/80 sec; ISO speed: ISO-400; Focal length: 60 mm; Lens: Tameron Normal Zoom lens 28-80mm -Michael Phipps

This was taken with my Canon XS at F/8.0 with an exposure time of 0.8 seconds. The focal length was 47mm and the ISO was 100. His name is Herbert. -John Chapman

Taken with -Canon 7D -Canon 50mm f/1.8 Lens -Rocketfish Tripod -HDR with 14 Exposures -Converted to B&W in PSe7 -Mike Dunn

Curse you Gizmodo. I see faces every where I go! When I close my eyes I see faces. However it was fun. Here are my best examples. Except for the wrapping paper face with the frown, I just took what I saw and took a picture with little or no modification. Some photos were taken with Panasonic Lumix DMC TZ-5. I used the macro setting on what I think is the best which is the half wrapped present a (window thermometer for my dad). I used auto white balance on all these pictures. There are two from the iPhone 3Gs because the best camera is the one you have with you. One from Joe's Crab Shack (coconut shrimp). The other is me sitting in a waiting room and happen to rest my sun lenses on my jeans. -Harry Tajchman

Canon Powershot S1 IS; 1 / 25; f 3.1. Testing the new breadmaker, I appear to have made the wheat angry... -William Colwell

I was out using the snow thrower to clear off the 22" of white stuff from the driveway, I looked down at my traction cleats after I was done and noticed them frowning back at me. No fancy camera, just my point-and-shoot Casio. Camera: Casio EX-Z750; F Number: F/4; Exposure Time: 1/400 -Eric Papula

Stumbled across this while looking through a store with my fiancée. Shot handheld with a Canon Rebel XS with EF 28-105mm f3.5-4.5 lens. -Eric Kornblum

I completely forgot about this shooting challenge until I saw this old coaster holder on my kitchen counter. I thought it was adorable! Shot hand-held, under fluorescent lighting, with Canon 7D and EF 50 f/1.4. ISO1600, f/1.6, 1/125. Very little post processing was done in Aperture 2: WB correction, exposure, levels, contrast, saturation, definition and vignette. Then some noise reduction was applied. -Russ Khabal

Body: Canon Rebel XS; Lens: Canon EF-S 18-200mm IS; Sensitivity: ISO 400; Aperture: f/3.5; Shutter speed: 1/13 -Joseph Battaglia

-Trevor Friedman

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