The competition this fortnight is Street Photography at Night.
So last fortnight we had sunset photography, and now we're taking it later into the night after the last beam of daylight has disappeared for the evening. This theme is all about exploring photo opportunities using the available light in our towns and cities.
It can be tempting to put the camera away once it gets dark, but there are so many ways to get creative with the lights and buzz of the city. Think neon lights, street signs, the gentle glow from street lamps and ways you can emphasise light with long exposures.
Is there a street in the city that comes alive at night? Or what about a bustling street that goes eerily quiet once the commuters are all in bed? Try to find a story that you can tell.
Pack your tripod and favourite lens and see what you can capture. Photography is simply playing with light, so think of the city as a camera playground.
Long exposure can emphasise the movement of people, and show how busy a place is
Experiment with the available light and colours to produce interesting effects for portraits
Slow your shutter speed down to create light trails from passing cars
Competition entries opened on Friday 21st September, and will close on Thursday 4th October at 23.59 AEST.
To enter (it's free!) you can do one of the following:
Post your photo (one per person unless it's a collage saved as a single image) on the Photoh Facebook wall stating your city. Once on the Facebook page, you'll just need to scroll down to the 'Visitor Posts' tab on the right, and add your own.