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June's Assignment: Fill the Frame

June | Street Assignment 15

We want to see busy street photographs, images where the viewer's eye travels across the frame, taking time to enjoy all the little details. Think about the flow of people in the image, keeping it visually stimulating but not too busy

For more info and to submit an image, simply join our FRAMELINES Community and follow the instructions on the pinned post.

Submissions close30th June '24

Previous Assignments

Street Assignments

This month we wanted to see the community's best Abstract street photographs. Check out the full gallery here.
We wanted to see wider scenes, showing people interacting and existing within their space, it could be in both urban or suburban scenes. Using people to punctuate a wider frame, and creating an image that balances both subject and background.
We wanted to see the street photographs that best represent your work as a street photographer! We really wanted to get a sense of everyone's take on street photography and how where you are in the world influences your style of shooting.

We wanted to see your street photographs taken at night.Thinking about how you use artificial light, what focal length you want to use. Maybe a longer exposure... or you might want to creatively experiment with white balance..?

In December, we asked to see your best PORTRAITS.
We wanted to see you take a candid portrait-style shot of a stranger, or maybe approach someone to ask for a portrait. Or perhaps pose a portrait of a friend or family member. Thinking about whether you wanted to use a shallow depth of field or maybe you want to use a wider lens and capture more of your subject's environment.
We wanted to see how you interpret colour harmonies in street photography, it could be a colour match/ coincidence, a series of primary colours in a scene, or a street photo featuring a harmonious colour palette. Check out the gallery from the Framelines community.
We wanted to see how the community use and interpret "layers" in street photography, whether you prefer wide-angle scenes with a lot going on, or you like to shoot with a long lens and add foreground elements!
We did black and white - now lets shoot some colour! Discover how the community tackled this assignment at the tail end of the Summer!
Contrast, deep shadows and bold colours. Check out how the community interpreted Shadows in our July Street AssignmentSpecial mention to Karlynne Wintels
Summertime! Swimmers, Ice Cream, Sunbathers and more in our 5th Street Assignment. These are some of the best submissions we've seen so far for one of our street assignments. Special mentions to Lloyd Hunt and Luke Merril!
Our 4th Street Assignment and we have to say we're both so impressed with the quality of submissions we've been getting. This one in particular has some great work by Alex Greenway, Lloyd Hunt, Aditya Yadav and more.

This month we wanted to see your best street photographs on the theme of public transport.

Capturing the mood of the city and its people in transit. Check out these excellent submissions from the Framelines Community.

Have a question?

Simply join our framelines patreon community and follow the instructions in the latest street assignments post.

Street assignments run once a month. We launch them on the first of the month and submissions close at the end of the month.

Only members of the framelines community can enter

All submissions are featured in a gallery on our website at the end of the month. We shout out our favourites on social media and youtube. 10 of our favourite street assignment submissions are then included in our print & digital magazine.

We think great street photography can be found anywhere, and sometimes brilliant photos can be easily overlooked thanks to social media algorithms. So we wanted to provide space for anyone to submit a photo and get seen. Already, we've been very impressed with the quality of submissions and can't wait to see more.