A close friend or a stranger in the crowd, use your smartphone to photograph the unique identities of people around you.
Whether a creation of nature, a play of light or a function of human architecture, patterns and visual symmetry make the mundane more interesting.
Mirrors, puddles, or even large water bodies, use your cellphone to capture a world inverted.
Capture a world set forgotten by time, for this months theme on 'Urban Decay'.
Share your photographs that capture detail in an unseen world with the techniques that made them possible.
India is its people, the colours, cultures, its food, touching moments and vast landscapes. It is this diversity and so much more.
Amazon India and Better Photography present an Independence Day photography contest. Show us what India personifies, through your lens.
Use your cellphone to show off what makes your house a home — the people, the pets, the kitchen, drawings on the wall, your mother's bindi on the mirror...
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 months theme on 'Blurs'.
On 20th July 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took their first steps on the moon. We celebrate this occasion with a Moon photography contest. Send us your best lunar pictures.
Put your cellphone photography skills to the test with this landscape photography challenge.