01 jan, 2022 - 31 dec, 2022

Splitsek Visions vs. Versions

As a photographer you often have a VISION with your image.
But what VERSION do other photographers see?

We'll explore that through 52 VISIONS and 260 VERSIONS in 2022.

Week 48

Week 47

Week 46

Week 45

Week 44

Week 43

Week 42

Week 41

Week 40

Week 39

Week 38

Week 37

Week 36

Week 35

Week 34

Week 33

Week 32

Week 31

Week 30

Week 29

Week 28

Week 27

Week 26

Week 25

Week 24

Week 23

Week 22

Week 21

Week 20

Week 19

Week 18

Week 17

Week 16

Week 15

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Week 13

Week 12

Week 11

Week 10

Week 9

Week 8

Week 7

Week 6

Week 5

Week 4

Week 3

Week 2

Week 1


  • Show your version of someone else's vision
  • Spark your retouch skills
  • Be creative
  • Be bold
  • Be you
  • Take it wild
  • Take it mild
  • Take it in


  1. Each week one member uploads an original RAW file – a Vision
    1. Uploading a Vision rotates, so each member uploads a Vision every 5th week.
    2. Order of Vision uploads (runs in circles):
      1. Niels
      2. Tue
      3. Sebastian

  2. The other members have one week to complete their Version of the image
    1. A Version is another member's edit of any given week's Vision.
    2. There are no restrictions to a Version – but some kind of call-back to the Vision is welcome :D

  3. There is one weekly deadline that must be respected to complete the challenge.
    1. Deadline is always Sundays at 23:59 – by then your Version must be uploaded
    2. Deadline for uploading the next Vision is Mondays at 23:59

  4. Before or at each deadline you must submit exactly one image to splitsek.dk including:
    1. Name your original edited version (your vision): Vision+[week] - [initials], ie. Vision1 – NS.jpg 
    2. Full EXIF data
    3. At least 2048 pixels on the short edge
    4. Watermarked to reflect the author on Versions

  5. Only one failure to submit throughout the entire challenge is accepted – otherwise you failed. If you fail a deadline you are required to give notice to splitsek.dk, and you are expected to submit two images at the next deadline.

  6. There are no rules, boundaries or restrictions on content of images you submit barring 2 exceptions:
    1. Each image must respect national Danish law
    2. Each participant is bestowed 1 individual deadline, where you can “set a creative boundary” for all participants submitting to that deadline. A participant can invoke his or hers privilege one deadline at a time until all four are spent. The “creative boundary” a participant chooses to set for all is completely free and the only requirement is one weeks notice to all participants. A creative boundary could be things like: Add an element to the image, Only Black'n'White Versions, Square crops, Replace the sky and so on ... use your imagination.

  7. The challenge is completed by a participant exactly 52 weeks later – respecting the deadlines and image requirements.