The competition theme this fortnight is Worms Eye View Photography.
This theme is all about changing up your perspective and camera angle to produce interesting creative effects.
When you go out with your camera, how often do you just shoot from your own eye level? Quite a lot maybe? Use this challenge to explore other viewpoints, such as worms eye view, which is when you use a super low angle.
This is great for photographing a familiar scene in a completely new and unusual way. Think about how a tiny insect would see things around you in a different way - for example small things for us would be gigantic to a bug.
Entries can be a single image, or a series that has been put together as a one image collage file.
We're looking for photos that have a creative use of a worms eye view and camera angle. Think about what subject/scene you choose and how you place it in the frame.
Honey I Shrunk the Kids set by Loren Javier
We've put together some Worms Eye View photography inspiration on the blog here.
Competition entries opened on Friday 30th November, and will close on Thursday 13th December 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.