Robert Frank had once said, "Black and white are the colours of photography. To me, they symbolise the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected." Keeping this thought in mind, we would like you to show us your most creative B&W photography.
Winters have a way of transforming the space around us... like the presence of fog, or people huddled together over a roadside fire, or an evening spent over a warm cup of tea. We want you to show us this transformation through your photographs.
A flash can be used when it's dark, to brighten up the subject, or during the day as a fill light. It can be used for freezing the subject, or creative enchanting motion blurs. When used with some colour gels, your photographs may even look eerie or mysterious. For this week's theme, we would like you to show us your best photographs captured using a flash.
Making a portrait of someone is one of the most challenging, yet rewarding experience. As Philippe Halsman had once said, "A true portrait should, today and a hundred years from today, the testimony of how this person looked and what kind of human being he was." Keeping this thought in mind, capture a compelling portrait of a person.
Capture the most compelling minimalistic photographs around you.
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 with this week's theme.
Reflections enable you to perceive your surroundings rather differently, often adding a unique layer to your narrative. They portray our world in an unusual, dreamy manner, often evoking a sense of wonder. This week, show us your most creative photographs of a world inverted.
Show us the various patterns, forms and shapes that make up the concrete jungle we call home.
Show us your stunning long exposures of the most everyday scenes around you.
Henri Cartier-Bresson's 'Decisive Moment' has inspired countless photographers over time... Has it played a part in your photography? Show us the image that you would say was your 'decisive moment'