There are a tonne of things you can create with double exposures. Combine a portrait and a street view or a same scene twice for an illusory image. Explore this option in your camera, and show us the best double exposures you can make!
Beaches are nature's own playground. They hold a sense of nostalgia for everyone. Be it a game of volleyball or horse riding, beaches do not have an age limit for entertainment. Send in your cellphone photographs that depict the joys of playing games and reliving your childhood on the beach.
A wedding is a celebration of two people who unite for life. Show us the magic in your photographs by capturing the precious moments between the couple.
Strike the perfect balance between colour and street photography. Send in your cellphone photographs that capture the magical vivid hues of the streets.
Lee Friedlander, Diwan Manna, Vivien Maier, CIndy Sherman, Helmut Newton, Umrao Sher-Gill... Take your inspiration where it may lie and show us your self-expression in the most creative way possible
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'.
Pay your tribute to the women around you. Go beyond the stereotype and send in your cellphone photographs that exemplify women making their mark in this world.
How are you planning to kickstart 2016? Show us with your photographs!
The colour red is the symbol of power, passion, love and energy. This time in our Your Pictures contest, show us how you interpret the colour Red. You are free to use any medium and play with the theme, as long as you represent the colour.
We as photo enthusiasts love to make photographs, even if it's 35,000 feet above ground level. Even a slight drama in the hues of the limitless sky makes our travel totally worth it. Capturing that one perfect shot is the only thing we try to do once our cellphones are on airplane mode. Put your creative skills to the test and show us your best photos of what you see through that tiny airplane window.