We want to showcase more of your photographic work.
SEND US YOUR PICTURES
Send us your pictures and captions to:
MMS from the UK:
+44 7725 100100
07888 100 100
When taking photos or filming please do not endanger yourself or others, take unnecessary risks or infringe any laws.
Have you been to an unusual event? Do you want to shed light on a subject or place that you are interested in, or would you just like to show off your best pictures?
If so then we want you to send us between eight and 10 photographs with captions for presentation as a gallery on the In Pictures page.
How to submit a picture
If you think you have an interesting set of photographs, send it to the BBC News website
If you want to e-mail it to us, send it to email@example.com
Don't forget to include your name and some background information and please put "My Portfolio" in the subject heading as this will increase your chances of selection.
Guide to shooting a Photo Essay
Ideally, you should aim to take a variety of photographs - it's a good idea to plan the story before you start. A good first photo would be one that introduces the subject to the readers.
Make sure you take some close-up photos as well as some wider pictures to show the subject's environment, but remember to include something in the foreground to add impact.
When you take the picture, remember to look up or down to see what is around you. You might get a better shot if you kneel, or find a position to look down from.
The completed photo essay will have no more than 10 photographs, but you can send us more to choose from.
Make sure you have permission from anyone pictured before submitting the photographs.
Each picture will need a caption.
Who, what, why, where and when is a good place to start when gathering information for the caption, but where possible quotes from those pictured and a description of how you are feeling will help bring the essay to life.
We don't need many words - no more than 40 per picture.
Terms and conditions
If you submit an image, you do so in accordance with the BBC's Terms and Conditions.
In contributing to BBC News you agree to grant us a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to publish and otherwise use the material in any way that we want, and in any media worldwide. This may include the transmission of the material by our overseas partners; these are all reputable foreign news broadcasters who are prohibited from altering the material in any way or making it available to other UK broadcasters or to the print media. (See the Terms and Conditions for the full terms of our rights.)
It's important to note, however, that you still own the copyright to everything you contribute to BBC News and that if your image and/or video is accepted, we will endeavour to publish your name alongside it on the BBC News website. Please note that due to operational reasons this accreditation will probably not be possible with video. The BBC cannot guarantee that all pictures and/or video will be used and we reserve the right to edit your comments.
At no time should you endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe any laws.