Weddings, birthdays and other celebrations are often the time when the photo comes out. The challenge for this contest is to capture those moments with your camera.
The challenge of a macro contest is to shoot a photo of something very small - and show it in great detail. So get up close and personal to enter this photo contest.
Share your travel experiences from around the globe for this contest. Official categories include: Travel Portraits; Outdoor Scenes; Sense of Place; and Spontaneous Moments.
For this contest your goal is to share a black and white photo. The topic is open. So share a photo that captures any subject in black and white.
When you shoot a sunset you have about 20 minutes to get the shot. Once the sunset (or sunrise) is gone - your window has closed. Find perfect location, get ready, and shoot your sunrise or sunset for this photo contest. Cash prize to the winner.
An action shot can be a football player or a child playing outdoors. Action shots can be fun and offer many creative outlets. There is a cash prize to the winner of this photo contest.
Share a photo of any animal that that you take in the wild. What will you shoot? A squirrel on the roof or a lion on the prowl? Perhaps you can win this photo contest. Good time for that african safari!
Make use of light in this photography contest. Light, when used properly, can work in dazzling ways. The right shadow, the emphasis on a particular angle, all of these can play into photography.
The sea covers over 70% of the earth. So you should have plenty to shoot for this seascape contest. Turn your attention to the ocean and share a photo that uses the sea.
Get out into the wilderness and you will find an unlimited number of subjects to shoot. Flowers, trees, rivers, rocks are all waiting to be shot.
Recent advancements in DSLR cameras give photographers the ability to capture breathtaking images of the night sky. Participating gives you the option to enter this dark photo contest.
This is an abstract art contest. Abstract art can be loosely defined as not showing external, recognizable reality. Instead it looks to achieve its effect using colors, forms, shapes, and textures