Do You Think Your Funny Photography Project Can Make Us Laugh?

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Calling all comedians out there: we’d love to feature your funny photography project. We know that some of you are motivated by humor, and lots of you have a funny bone in you. So why not show us? Below are the details on how to apply.

PLEASE CAREFULLY FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS. SUBMISSIONS MAY NOT BE CONSIDERED OTHERWISE AND MAY HEAD STRAIGHT TO THE SPAM FOLDER.

  • The subject line of your email should be: Photography Submission: (Your name here)
  • Shoot an email at arts[at]thephoblographer[dot]com. You’ll also probably notice the little call to feature you on the sidebar.
  • Describe yourself as a photographer. Think about the who, what, when, where, how, and why. Tell me about who you are as a photographer, list what cameras, lenses, lights, films (or plates, or papers), and other gear you use. Tell us about your creative vision when you create and take photos.

Then answer these questions:

  • Why did you get into photography?
  • What photographers are your biggest influences? How did they affect who you are and how you create?
  • How long have you been shooting? How do you feel you’ve evolved since you started?
  • Tell us about your photographic identity. You know, you as a person have an identity that fundamentally makes you who you are. Tell us about that as a photographer.
  • Tell us about the gear that you’re using. Please give us a list of reasons why you choose it. Please be descriptive. We want to know how it helps you translate your creative vision.
  • Natural light or artificial light? Why?
  • Why are photography and shooting so important to you?
  • Do you feel that you’re more of a creator or a documenter? Why? How does the gear help you do this?
  • What’s typically going through your mind when you create images? Tell us about your processes both mentally and mechanically? PLEASE BE DESCRIPTIVE
  • Please walk us through your processing techniques?
  • Tell us about the project that you’re pitching, or the portfolio that you’re pitching to us. Be descriptive with the who, what, when, where, how, and why.
  • What made you want to get into your genre?
  • What motivates you to shoot?
  •  List a number of your websites
  • Explain why the readers want to see your work., or why your project is really cool.
  • Show 10 photos at 3000 pixels on the long side that demonstrate some of your best work.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.