Images and Ideas Challenge, Hive to be won and this round's winners

in Stock Images5 months ago

This round we added in a call for feedback and it's been great to have some great feedback and conversations! Thank you to everyone who responded with feedback, you've given us a lot to think about and a lot of ideas.

@metzli gave us some feedback on her experience using images and gave us a suggestion for images she would like to use in posts. So this round her suggestion will be our prompt and I think it will give our contributors quite a bit too work with. Thank you, you will be added as a beneficiary of this post.

@katerinaramm gave us LOTS of feedback and ideas and I think it will take us a while to process them all and see what we can implement.

We also had two entries for the topic prompts. @deeanndmathews brought us some stylised fireworks backgrounds for the celebrations prompt and @leeart brought some nature dividers.

10 Hive goes to @katerinaramm and 4 Hive each goes to @metzli, @deeanndmathews and @leeart.


How it works

The challenges will run every two weeks. Each round we will have a topic or two for our contributors to try their hand at. We invite everyone to give their feedback on any entries and the best one will win Hive. Meanwhile, we ask anyone who has been looking to use images to tell us what they are looking for in the comments on this post and these suggestions will be put forward as the challenge topics for future competitions, with the suggesting account added as a beneficiary of that challenge post. They will also be invited to judge any entries and pick their favourite submission. If they also choose to use a submission, then all the better. You don't have to be currently looking for images to suggest them, you can suggest anything you may have used or wanted to use in the past or that you think might be in demand.

We invite people to add an upvote to their favourite suggestions and this will play a part in which ones will be selected first for the next challenge.

This week's challenge topic will be:

Office work and business, in particular people talking on the phone or images of phones.


We have Hive for the winning entries. All quality entries will be nominated for curation if they aren't already well rewarded. Votes will be given on all good suggestions for images, with the chosen suggestion/s added as a beneficiary on the next challenge post.

Are you looking for specific stock images to use? Please view the Stock Images Main index where you can search by alphabetical order genre. This will be updated periodically as more images are added. We also now have a search feature, which is being improved as we go, so please feel free to give feedback on it.

Camera image by @bantamuda.


Some great feedback last round. We're happy to accept more this round if you want to make suggestions or share your own experiences with using Hive Stock Images.

@tipu curate 3

Congratulations to @katerinaramm, @metzli, and @leeart!

I wonder if I can make a fractal phone for next week...

Thanks a lot! Congrats to all!

This next topic is really challenging. I hope I can come up with an entry for this. Cheers!

Thank you for trying!

Are you in an area where old phones like pay phones or rotary phones are available?

I believe the last payphones that I know of were removed. I have to search if there are still some available here.

Hey thank you!

Money and a call for a bunch of useful pictures. What a gift.

And thank you for the ideas and feedback. 🙂

The theme this week is great. Hopefully, I can find something for this from my gallery :) Good luck everyone and sharing this on ListNerds for more exposure.

Cool idea. Will see what I have in my stock.

Congratulations to the winners of the previous challenge! The new one is very interesting too :)

Dear @hive-118554, we need your help!

The Hivebuzz proposal already got important support from the community. However, it lost its funding a few days ago when the HBD stabilizer proposal rose above it.

May we ask you to support it so our team can continue its work?
You can do it on Peakd, Ecency, /
or using HiveSigner.

All votes are helpful and yours will be much appreciated.
Thank you!