Competition Archive

Life On The Streets

Life On The Streets “The photographer is an armed version of the solitary walker reconnoitering, stalking, cruising the urban inferno, the voyeuristic stroller who discovers the city as a landscape of voluptuous extremes. Adept of the… Read More

Pocket Photography

When Instagram first came onto the photography scene back in 2010 it was quickly hailed as the new Polaroid. Certainly, the dominant square format of Instagram, the filters that the app uses and the act of sharing are all reminiscent of what Polaroid was best known for.

Polaroid was used to document ephemeral moments in everyday … Read More


American photographer Minor White is quoted as having said “Photographs can be outward expressions of inward states. They’re not about what something is, but rather what else something is”.
Expression can be defined as the act of making one’s thoughts or feelings known. This can be through any verbal and non-verbal behaviour that communicates the … Read More


“Though folklore connects people to their past, it is a central part of life in the present, and is at the heart of all cultures”
American Folklore Society

The term ‘folklore’ is a very complex concept and it is not easy to find a single, undisputed definition. In broad terms, folklore can be described as the … Read More


When we think of repetition, it normally evokes associations of tedious, uninteresting, and monotonous activities. However, when it comes to photography, using repetition can enable us to capture a powerful image that has real impact.
Visual patterns can create rhythm, harmony and cohesion, which can provide a sense of comfort for the viewer. By repeating … Read More

Close Up

“In photography, the smallest thing can be a great subject” – Henri Cartier-Bresson
Macro photography is an extremely popular form of photography and one of the main reasons for this is the fact that it is a very broad genre that can encompass all manner of subjects. This form of extreme close-up photography, in which … Read More

Life in Colour

Esteemed French painter Edouard Manet once said: “There are no lines in nature, only areas of colour, one against another.”

The natural world is absolutely bursting with striking and vibrant colours and patterns. In the animal kingdom, colour has an essential role to play from attracting mates, warning against predators, camouflaging or mimicking, right through to … Read More


Humans have been fascinated with geometrical shapes since the first record of our existence; a fascination that translates into our everyday existence and artistic images make good use of graphic elements of design.

Within this theme we are looking for photos that showcase line, shape, pattern, form, texture and perspective, etc.

Entries can depict any subject matter … Read More


We are very excited to release the theme of Architecture for our latest competition!

Architecture as a concept is the designing and planning of both structure and space – the resistant material and the unused, or ‘negative’ space, to reflect functional, technical, social, environmental and especially, aesthetic considerations. It requires the creative manipulation and coordination of … Read More