Today, we're continuing our Sonic Slideshow series, creating another beautiful collection of images from our talented readers. We'll ask you to submit one of your photos on a particular theme, and will pick the best entries to include in a fantastic video slideshow next week (accompanied by an awesome soundtrack from AudioJungle).
It's a great way to showcase your work on the site, and be part of a fun project! This month's theme is Spring, as the weather around (much of) the world slowly starts to warm up! Read on for more information, and details on how to submit your photo!
Put a Spring in Your Step
Spring is definitely my favourite time of year. The weather slowly starts to get warmer, trees and plants show signs of life again, and the dark nights of winter fade away. Although this isn't the case for all our readers at the moment, it is for many of you.
We'd love to see one of your photos from this time of year - either a recent one, or from a few years ago. Get creative, and show us what spring means to you!
How To Enter
To have your photo considered for use in our slideshow, you just need to add it to the Sonic Slideshow Flickr Group! Your photo should be available full-size, with a minimum width or height of 2000px.
We'll pick around thirty of the best images in one week, and use those in the slideshow (we'll credit you with a link to your Flickr account as well).
The best three images, selected by Phototuts+ and AudioJungle, will also receive a special prize of $20 marketplace credit!
As well as the Tuts+ network, Envato™ also run a series of marketplaces for buying and selling digital goods. One such marketplace is AudioJungle, crammed with all manner of audio and music files for you to purchase. These could make the perfect compliment to your photo slideshow, and are definitely worth checking out!
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