Back in December, I talked about the evolution of the Phoblographer and how we’re striving to become a better site that stands out from the rest of the pack. So far, it seems to be working. But with our continued progress, we’re reaching out to our community.
You’ve probably noticed that we’ve started to do a lot more interviews and that we’ve become very discerning about the photographers that we feature. We’re looking for submissions, and we’d love to feature your work. You obviously keep the rights to your image and we will always give you guys the credit like we do in every post.
Overall though, we want to work with photographers. Even though we’re a site that loves gear, we’ve never thought that it was paramount and we want to work with photographers that put their creative vision and business savvy first. That doesn’t mean that we won’t work with enthusiasts though.
So how do you pitch it us?
– Shoot us an email at editors[at]thephoblographer[dot]com. You’ll also probably notice the little call to feature you on the sidebar.
– Tell us about yourself as a photographer. We want to know the who, what, when, where, how and why.
– Show us websites
– Tell us why the readers want to see your work., or why your project is really cool.
Julius and I will review all of your submissions, talk it over, and get back to you based on the volume of emails. Don’t let this discourage you, we’re both very cool cats; just busy. And if you have a photo that makes great use of lighting, submit it for our Creating the Photograph series.
Editor in Chief
PS: We’re launching our podcast and second website next month. Stay tuned.