The competition theme this fortnight is Storytelling Photography.
What is storytelling photography? Storytelling Photography is all about using your camera to document a narrative, event or general atmosphere of a place.
By using a variety of wide angle and smaller detail shots, you can build up a story of what is happening in front of your camera. You can use different angles and perspective to help emphasise your point of view, or to help get across your message.
Entries for this theme will close on Thursday 31st January. Keep scrolling on down for details on how to enter...
For example you could use your camera to document a trip you are embarking on by capturing your transport, the people you encounter, details of the food you eat and so on. This doesn't even have to be a big trip - you could try using storytelling photography to show your route to work everyday.
Another way of using storytelling photography is having a more photojournalistic approach and show a story of something that is happening, whether in your personal life, or to the local area. Perhaps you're wanting to show an event or interesting person in your community?
There are so many stories happening around us all of the time, and they are all photo-worthy, no matter how big or small they may seem.
If you would like to post multiple photos as your entry, please ensure that they are saved as a collage in a single file as we cannot accept multiple files.
You could explore using different collage layout options to best present your story.
Competition entries opened on Friday 18th January 2019, and will close on Thursday 31st January 2019 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.