Monthly Archives: September 2011

Daily Photo Contest – Pho2Circle Photo of the Day

Welcome to “Pho2Circle Best Photo of the Day Contest“.

Pho2Circle Best Photo of the Day Contest
Pho2Circle Best Photo of the Day Contest

We are glad to inform you that has introduced its new wing “Photo of the Day” daily contest. Today we have launched Photo of the Day wing website and will start receiving Photo submissions from beginners to professional photographers all over the world.

We will start publishing Pho2Circle Best Photo of the Day Award from 16th September, 2011, 12:00am and will continue to publishing one photo each day at 12.00am (as per Dhaka, Bangladesh Time) as we will not stop receiving submission from you . From the submitted photos of last 30 days, we will choose 1 best photo for 1day and 30 day old photos will be removed from our server.

Ensure your submission and grave the chance of showing your best work by wining Pho2Circle Best Photo of the Day award. Photo Submission for the daily contest is free and we accept one photo per day! Thats mean you can submit 7 photos in 1 week!

A short biography of winner, link of facebook, flickr, twitter, your website or blog will be published with the winning photo which will increase your internet traffic.

To know the Entry criteria and Rules and regulations of the contest, visit Submit page.

To submit photo visit Submit HERE.

If you have any query, use our contact form to contact us!



How to use elements in Photography?

Rule of photography is the systematic way of subject and object placement in the frame. Elements of photography are the subject or object that helps the subject by taking part in composition.

How to use Elements of Photography

Photo By Tambako the Jaguar

Examples of elements are

  • Pattern
  • Reflection
  • Lines & Shapes (Geometry)
  • Depth of Field (DOF)
  • Background & Foreground
  • Texture
  • Color

In blog, I described about the elements and how to use them in composition. In the first part 3 Basic Elements for Photo Composition i discussed about Pattern, Reflection and Lines & Shapes. In 2nd part of the blog 4 More Elements for Photo Composition .