We believe that there are frames to be discovered in every nook and cranny. So, go ahead and photograph that odd little picture that makes no sense to anyone but you. The house is your oyster.
Sometimes, it serves us well to turn the lens around for some inspiration. Think beyond the traditional idea of a self-portrait and experiment to your heart's content.
Open to interpretation, participants are encouraged to submit photographs of pets, objects, people, activities, or sights that make their days under lockdown a little brighter.
Arranged or candid photographs depicting the people who are family to you, and how you all spend time with (or among) each other, when at home during the lockdown.
One's house is a surprising place to discover a fantastic unseen world, from patterns in ice to the intricacies of various fruits, leaves, spices, and textiles.
Clouds are ethereal and dreamy. It doesn't matter if you're looking at them from an aeroplane or if you're laying on the grass staring up at the sky, they are simply breathtaking. We want you to capture this quality in your cloudscape photographs.
Flash photography may not be for everyone, but in the hands of a few, it is a medium for some fantastic works of art. This month, we would like you to capture unique scenes using artificial lights.
For this month's contest, we would like you to show us your best images of silhouettes.
There are a tonne of things you can create with double exposures. Combine a portrait and a street view or the same scene twice for an illusory image. Explore this option in your camera, and show us the best double exposures you can make!
Out of Focus. Camera Shake. Slow Shutter Speed. They may not result in the sharpest images, but these techniques can result in some stunning images. Use them to show off your creativity for this month's contest.