It’s been 6 great years, but our weekly Shooting Challenge is coming to an end. Here are the final submissions from all of you.
After 6 years of readers submitting photos to our weekly Shooting Challenge, Gizmodo is retiring the series. So for the final challenge, I want you to take your best shot.
When the lights go out, everything we don’t see gets all that much more beautiful. Here are your photos of night.
The world has ended. It’s already dark by the time we emerge from our caves at work. So let’s do the only thing we can short of buying daylight bulbs and partaking in carefully calibrated substance abuse: Celebrate the dark by photographing it.
Halloween is the greatest holiday of the year. You get to dress up. It’s secular. And the candy’s free. Here are photos you shared from your Halloween experience.
It’s happened. At last. Halloween is on a Saturday. So once you’re done with the 12-hour trick-or-treating marathon, take a photo!
It’s the most beautiful time of the year: Fall. And luckily for us, all of you pulled out your cameras to give us a look at the beautiful leaves ranging from Calgary to Croatia.
It’s become an annual tradition. Every year in autumn, we ask you to send us your best photo of the foliage. It can be taken this week, or any time in 2015.
The wheel. It’s the greatest invention ever made. Especially when four of ‘em are popped on a Porsche. Here are your tributes to 360 degrees of roundness.
It’s one of the six simple machines, and quite definitely the most important invention of all time (because c’mon, fire so doesn’t count). It’s the wheel. And for this week’s Shooting Challenge, let’s pay it a worthy tribute.
There is no mindless pleasure better than snacking. And there is no better tribute to the crunchy, sweet, and cheesy creations that make it possible than these saliva-inducing photos.
Football, baseball, and hockey seasons are all in full swing. Which means one thing: Snacks. Crunchy. Gooey. Homemade. Machineborn. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, we want to see them all.
As parallel lines extend into the Z-space of a painting of photograph, they gradually converge toward a vanishing point. And for this week’s Shooting Challenge, you captured the phenomenon right as it disappeared in front of your eyes.
Two parallel lines slowly intersect, then seem to vanish into the distance. No wonder it’s called a vanishing point. And for this week’s Shooting Challenge, we want you to photograph it.
Sunday night’s sky was a rare treat, wasn’t it? We won’t even see another lunar eclipse until 2018. But in the meantime, we have a lot of fantastic photos, taken by you, of the blood super moon.
This Sunday, for the first time since 1982, the super moon will combine with the lunar eclipse. And for this week’s Shooting Challenge, we want you to photograph it.
A bunch of engineers who programmed our cameras and phones tell us that there’s only one right way to expose a photo. But for this week’s Shooting Challenge, you took matters into your own hands, and flooded these frames with “too much” light.
We’ve all seen dark, noir photography. But what’s the opposite? Celebrate the light. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, I actually want you to overexpose your photos.
We’re about to say goodbye to everything green, sweet, and sunny. But not yet! So for this week’s Shooting Challenge, you took beautiful photos of the fruits and veggies of summer.
It’s that time of year, where everything is on the cusp of death again, and we’re about to dig deep into our root cellars and grocer’s freezers to eat. But not YET! So for this week’s Shooting Challenge, let’s photograph some fresh produce.