ISSUE #41: Concerned Photography - GUEST EDITOR JASON HOUSTON - June/July 2010
From the beginning, photographers have used their craft to address issues they care about and to try and change the world. Issue #41 will explore those intentional, concerned relationships that photographers have with the world around us.
GUEST EDITOR JASON HOUSTON FROM ORION MAGAZINE
Jason Houston is Picture Editor at Orion magazine, a non-profit, non-commercial print periodical that looks at social and environmental issues through a broad range of cultural lenses. He has also worked for nearly 20 years as an independent documentary photographer doing personal projects and assignments for editorial and NGO clients across the U.S. and around the world. www.orionmagazine.org & www.jasonhouston.com.
For issue #41 you must submit a project statement along with 12-20 images following the guidelines below. Images must be received by May 15. Issue #41 will have an expected publication date of June 1, 2010.
ISSUE #42: Portfolio Issue - GUEST EDITOR AMBER TERRANOVA - August/September 2010
Issue #42 is a portfolio issue. Submit a complete body of work along with your artist statement.
GUEST EDITOR AMBER TERRANOVA, FROM PHOTO DISTRICT NEWS (PDN)
Amber Terranova is the photo editor for Photo District News. She worked previously for New York magazine and Outside. She holds a BFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts, Manhattan. Amber has assisted with programming at Center, a Santa Fe-based non-profit organization that supports photographers. Her taste in photography tends toward emerging and established artists with strong personal projects, surprising content and evidence of political or social engagement. She's most drawn to introspective, provocative work.
For issue #42 you must submit an artist statement along with 12-20 images following the guidelines below.
Images must be received by July 01. Issue #42 will have an expected publication date of August 1, 2010.
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW CAREFULLY THE GUIDELINES BELOW!! SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF THE GUIDELINES ARE NOT FOLLOWED
SUBJECT LINE SHOULD INDICATE WHICH ISSUE YOU ARE SUBMITTING FOR.
Please send your images in 1 email if at all possible and please try to attach the files NOT embed them.
IMAGE FILE SPECIFICATIONS:
JPGS at 72ppi and 700 pixels FOR THE LONGEST EDGE (for a horizontal picture=width, for a vertical picture=height)
Please name the files with your FIRST name and LAST INITIAL and a number with no spaces, dashes or non-number or letters!
Example: Susan1.jpg, Susan2.jpg OR SusanM1.jpg, SusanM2.jpg etc
If you send links to your images make sure the images are the proper size and have the proper file names as described above -however it is preferred that you send your images as attachments.
PLEASE INCLUDE WITH YOUR ENTRY:
1. your name
2. where you are from
3. the titles for your photographs (in the text of the email not in links or file names)
4. your email address in the text of the email (leave blank if you dont want your email listed on the contributors page if included in the issue)
5. a url if you have one, even if you have submitted before, in the text of the email.
Submissions Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
please include an artist statement/bio for your portfolio
If you have any questions or have difficulty sending your images please email.
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