What's the time? It's Gizmodo Australia Shooting Challenge voting time! And that means last week's Shooting Challenge is finally ready for your viewing pleasure. There are some amazing photos in this bunch, so start voting for your favourite photographer! They might just win a Seagate 1TB Backup Plus!
Note: In the interests of fairness, voting has been restricted to one per user, based on cookie and IP.
Voting closes at 10am on Tuesday, September 25.
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The 1TB Backup Plus Portable is a great prize worth $189 RRP and we're excited to give four of them away — one each week — to Gizmodo's Shooting Challenge faithful.
Who Won The Second Seagate Backup Plus Portable 1TB?
Last Week's Most Voted Photo — Winner 3 of 4
Beautiful work came out of last week's Elegance challenge, and it was a tight race. One photographer pulled away from the pack with a particularly beautiful shot, and that was Chrisdian Winata.
This week's Group images are below. Vote for your favourite!
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This Week's Entries
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Spring Trees It’s a nice spring day in Perth the sun is shining and the birds are singing, there’s a light breeze whistling between this group of paper bark and gum trees. Nikon d3100 f/10 1/200 sec ISO-400
Canon 600d, 50-250mm lens 1/1600 f/5.6 iso400 Post processing: Minimal curve & saturation manipulation Group of onlookers. They stood in a perfect row all waiting in anticipation. What I found appealing about this shot is the diversity of the onlookers, the gritty luna park wall as a back drop(with the word 'great'), the sound guy in the foreground and the unknown element (what are they looking at?).
Walking around the lake expect to find something interesting. When suddenly a flock of ducks jumped altogether from the side of the lake and in split seconds, my hands automatically took a shot and this is the outcome! Hope you guys enjoy it! :) Camera model: Sony NEX-7 F-stop: f/3.5 Exposure: 1/30 sec. ISO: 200 In-camera processing: High contrast B&W Post-processing: Cropping
One of the things I love most about street photography is people, large groups, small groups, individuals. I managed to capture this perfect moment between a family group on the weekend, right after the husband had got a picture of his wife and child by the flowers. The intimacy captured was such a nice surprise. Fujifilm X100 f/5.6 1/550 sec. ISO-800 23mm
Lake Illawarra,lovely place,beautiful bike track and a perfect opportunity for a cute Group Photo Challenge. Nikond 3100 F 6.2 1/1600 sec iso400 220mm
The alternative rock group! Lichen covered beach rocks grouped together at Bear Gully. Wilsons Promontory is in the background. This is 3 shots of differing exposures fused together. Taken with Canon 550D 1/400s f 5.6 iso 100