This past weekend, I went through over 400 submissions for the upcoming analog photography zine and chose only the very best. Some photographers will be featured on our website, and only the absolute best are getting into the zine. But with that said, I’d love more submissions–especially from women who shoot film.
Plus, I’m looking to feature more photographers overall. Details are after the jump.
Analog Zine Submission
Email Subject: Analog Zine Submission: Your Name Here
Tell me about who you are as a photographer, list what cameras, films (or plates, or papers) you use. Tell me about your creative vision when you create and take photos. Tell me about why you like shooting film.
Then answer these questions:
- Why did you get into photography?
- What photographers are your biggest influences?
- How long have you been shooting?
- Why is photography and shooting so important to you?
- Do you feel that you’re more of a creator or a documenter? Why?
- What’s typically going through your mind when you create images? Tell us about your processes both mentally and mechanically?
- Want to walk us through your processing techniques?
- What makes you want to shoot film over digital at any given time?
Attach 12 images directly to the email at 1000 pixels on the long side.
Photographers Who Shoot Tri-X: A Feature on La Noir Image
Contact us: chrisgampat[at]thephoblographer[dot]com
To Submit images: Imagine a millionaire offered you $1,000,000 for a black and white image of yours. What 10 images would you show that person? Think very carefully, this is a once in a lifetime deal.
Then answer these three questions:
- What makes black and white photography so important to you?
- What inspires you to create photographs?
- Why is black and white photography so important to our future in the art world?
- Tell us about your images and why you love Kodak Tri-X
Make the email subject: La Noir Image Submission: (Your name here)