ISSUE #56: The Landscape - December 2012/January 2013
Issue #56 will explore landscape in photography. (open to interpretation).
Submit up to 12 images following the guidelines below. Images must be received by November 15. Issue #56 will have an expected publication date of December 1, 2013.
Only one submission per person for an issue.
ISSUE #57: Juxtaposition - February/March 2013
Issue #57 will explore juxtaposition in photography. Juxtaposition is "the extra emphasis given to a comparison when the contrasted objects are close together." (via the wikitionary) (open to interpretation).
Submit up to 12 images following the guidelines below. Images must be received by January 15. Issue #57 will have an expected publication date of February 1, 2013.
Only one submission per person for an issue.
* If the current call for entries dont fit your work, check back for future issue themes.
SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF THE GUIDELINES ARE NOT FOLLOWED
**PLEASE be careful not to resubmit images that have already been published in f-stop.**
**PLEASE do not write your information or file names in all capital letters.**
- Subject line of your email should indicate which issue you are submitting for.
- Please send your images in 1 email if at all possible
- Please try to attach the files NOT embed them - a zip file is fine. No .rar files please.
IMAGE FILE SPECIFICATIONS:
- Jpg files only, resolution: 72ppi, 700 pixels FOR THE LONGEST EDGE - For a horizontal picture = width, for a vertical picture = height
- Please "save for web" OR aim to make each file under 250kbs.
- Please do NOT incude borders or watermarks. Ask if you have questions about what is acceptable.
Please name the files with your FIRST name and LAST INITIAL and a number. No spaces, dashes or non-number or letters.
Example for "Susan Smith": SusanS1.jpg, SusanS2.jpg etc
PLEASE INCLUDE WITH YOUR ENTRY:
- Name - not in all capital letters please.
- Where you live
- Titles for your photographs in a numbered list (in the text of the email)
- Email address in the text of the email (if you don't want an email listed on the contributors page if included in the issue, say so and leave blank.)
- Url, if you have one, even if you have submitted before, in the text of the email.
Submissions Email: email@example.com
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