Sunny Day

Contest Info

  • Started: 1/9/2009 17:00
  • Ended: 1/13/2009 18:00
  • Level: apprentice
  • Entries: 24
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Apprentice 1st Place $1.5
  • FN Apprentice 2nd Place $0.9
  • FN Apprentice 3rd Place $0.6
  • FN Apprentice 4th Place $0.3
Sunny Day
Contest Directions: Photoshop this sunny day image (click to download) any way you wish. Some examples are: changing the weather in this sunny day image, showing creative ways to use this sunny day image in advertisements, art, putting the people from this sunny day image in into some unusual environment. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Jonathan Liedtke and Stock Exchange for providing the source image.

Contest Info

    • Started: 1/9/2009 17:00
    • Ended: 1/13/2009 18:00
    • Level: apprentice
    • Entries: 24
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Apprentice 1st Place $1.5
    • FN Apprentice 2nd Place $0.9
    • FN Apprentice 3rd Place $0.6
    • FN Apprentice 4th Place $0.3
24 pictures
  • Where did that come from?

    Where did that come from?
  • Golf's Game !

    Golf's Game !
  • Dragon in the Mist

    Dragon in the Mist
  • Look, flying pigs !

    Look, flying pigs !
  • Can I Get A Ruling

    Can I Get A Ruling
  • Destruction

    Destruction
  • Drakul's castle

    Drakul's castle
  • SUNNY DAY ABOUT TO END

    SUNNY DAY ABOUT TO END
  • Farewell my love

    Farewell my love
  • Explosion

    Explosion
24 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Solar activity is connected with the number of spots on the Sun. The average number of spots changes with the period of approximately 11 years. The average degree of ionization of an ionosphere and the quantity of perturbations also subsequently change with the solar cycle. Since the existing theories of the processes of the Sun cannot satisfy specified observations, ionosphere models essentially depend on a set of full and reliable information about the spectral radiation intensity of the Sun. Now, however, the reduction of given solar observations in turn are restricted by the absence of theoretical interpretations. Obviously, progress in ionosphere theories depends on the progress in the theory of solar activity. These two areas of knowledge are inseparable and the physicists studying the ionosphere are eagerly anticipating new information about the Sun.