Using your camera's long exposure settings photograph how the world around you transforms in the dark
What we, the human species call our own, begins and ends with the wild. These awards have been initiated with this in mind.
Whether it's looking out or looking in, we challenge you to show us something interesting. Whether its beautiful, abstract, weird, macabre, absurd, happy, make sure it's an interesting photograph of the world through a window.
Let's go back to the basics. The Rule of Thirds is a simple tool to make beautiful compositions. Apply this rule to your cellphone photographs as you shoot any subject... We're looking for the most beautifully composed photographs.
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.
Light has the transformative power to change anything that comes its way. Whether it's architecture, or nature, or even people, it can lend subjects a quality that can affect its perception. We would like to see how you use light to transform your subjects.
In this month's contest, we would like for you to look at the urban landscape around you and photograph its imposing buildings and structures.
Salvador Dali had once said, "The reason some portraits don't look true to life is that some people make no effort to resemble their pictures." Keeping this thought in mind, unleash your inner creativity in this month's black and white portrait contest.
India's streets are home to a variety of games—gilli danda, kabbadi, carom, cricket, football... In this month's contest, we want you to capture the energy and fun surrounding these games.
Give it your Best Shot. It's time for those behind the cameras to be in the spotlight.