Photo Submission

Step 1: Your Personal Information

Before you upload your photo, tell us a little bit about yourself! We will include your bio if your photo is chosen, so make sure to include at least a couple sentences. If you include a photography website, we will make sure to link to it if your photo is chosen.

Fields marked with an asterisk(*) are required.

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Step 2: Photo Upload

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Please keep in mind:

  • You can submit one photo at a time. Once you submit your first photo, you’ll be able to come back to this page to submit a second or third photo, and your information will auto-populate.
  • Photos must be at least 500 KB and at least 1024 pixels on the long edge.
  • Photos must be submitted in JPEG, PNG or TIFF format.
  • Photos must not include a border. A subtle watermark in the corner of the image is acceptable.
  • Digitally manipulating photos (i.e., cloning, compositing, etc.) should be kept to a minimum. Your photograph must authentically depict the setting as you saw it when you took the photograph. HDR and stitched photos are permitted.

Step 3: Image Details

Tell us a little bit about the photo you are submitting. The more details the better—viewers love learning the story behind a photo, and aspiring photographers appreciate seeing what type of equipment and camera settings were used, if you can remember it.

Step 4: Complete Submission

In addition to the usage rights outlined in the Terms and Conditions, I authorize use of my submitted photo for:

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