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Tips On Submitting Your Photography To Publications

Getting your images featured in publications adds a ton of value to your portfolio. A lot of people find it very difficult to get their pictures published. However, it is not a very challenging task. We have made a list of tips that can help increase your chances of having your photos viewed and published. So, take a note of all the points to feature your photos in publications.

1. Polish the images – If you want to get your pictures published and share it with the world, it is essential that you make the pictures look impressive. Often you cannot submit the pictures raw, and as they were taken because the photos need polishing. Editing can add a lot of value to your photos while also maintaining the integrity of the photos.


2. Know the publication – A lot of photographers simply submit their work to publications without even finding out what the publication is all about. When photographers do this, it becomes apparent to publications that you the submissions are not based on proper research. This definitely becomes an issue for the publications as no publications house would want to publish a work that has not been worked on with full commitment.

3. Identify the style of photography being published – One good way to know about a publications house is by going through their earlier releases and learn about the form of photographs that they work with. This will help you know if your style of photography and subjects match the needs and interests of a publication house. For instance, you can look for common themes such as fashion photography, monochromes, animal photography etc. This saves you your valuable time as well as effort.

4. Know the submission specifications – All publication houses that accept submissions have a section devoted to telling you the specifications. Before you go ahead and send in your work, make sure to go through the list and adhere to all the guidelines mentioned. Specifications can be in terms of the number of photos you can submit, the dimension of the photos, the resolution etc. Each publication house has different guidelines, so make sure you check the preferences of each publication.


5. Address the correct person – Usually, the guidelines also tell you who the submissions should be addressed to. However, if nothing is mentioned, you can add a ‘Respected team’, and it will do the trick. When the name is mentioned, on the other hand, ensure that you address your submission to them. Failing to do so shows that you have not taken any effort to know about the publication house or even read the submission specifications.

Ten examples of powerful documentary photography

Photography is one of the most powerful forms of art as it has the ability to permanently frame a moment in time, whether it is an emotion, an object or an event. Documentary photography generally alludes to a mainstream type of photography used to account for occasions or conditions both critical and pertinent to history and recorded occasions just as regular day to day existence. Being the act of making a photo which is an exact portrayal of its subject, documentary photography is a lot more powerful than it’s definition would make one believe. The beauty of documentary photography is that there is no staging an event, direction or editing involved in the process.

1. Stars behind bars

Captured by Robert W.Kelly, this beautiful photograph is a portrayal of the life of the prisoners and the nature of their daily routine from an insiders perspective.

2. Tuberculosis in the former Soviet Union

A photo story gently captured by Misha Friedman, this is a strong word about tuberculosis which was a deadly disease in the former Soviet union. It was heartbreaking, the number of patients that had forms of tuberculosis that was close to being lethal.

3. Wanawake

The caption to this image is ‘to be a woman in Congo’ and is a striking photograph of a woman top-naked, shedding a tear. This photograph aims to talk about the agony of woman that die of childbirth, Statistics say that a woman dies while giving birth almost every minute.


4. Gordon Parks’s Harlem Family Revisited

A haunting photo story that comprises untold stories of poverty and hunger that drove the Harlem family to a complete disaster and eventual death

5. Struggle to Live

Another photo journal about the struggle against tuberculosis, this one was captured by James Nachtwey. The different variants of the disease spread across almost seven countries including XDR and MDR was bringing many lives to their ends.

6. Gypsies

You could say that this picture is quite deceiving with its quirky and happy vibe as it is a picture that aimed at voicing the search of hope and survival instincts of people. Taken by Josek Koudelka, the picture features three skinny boys flexing their ribs depicting the starvation for food.

7. Agent Orange Vietnam

The Vietnam war and the post calamity had severe effects on the inhabitants of the place. Agent orange which was sprayed on agricultural lands during the war had an adverse effect on the human gene. This picture depicts the disabilities that Agent orange caused for newborns.

8. Acid Violence

In the year of 2008 there were close to 180 acid attacks and close to sixty per cent of the victims of these attacks were women or children. Photographed by Stijn Peter this is a soulful picture displaying the pain of an acid attack victim.

9. Srebrenica 2011

A heartbreaking picture of a woman crying out loud and being helped up by her fellow sufferers. This was shot during the critical condition in the country when there was a genocide in the dangerous war zone

10. Bhopal Gas Tragedy

The most disastrous industrial even that happened to India in 1984 caused so much devastating destruction. Even years after the occurrence there the aftermaths could be seen through deconstructed DNA causing deadly mutations. This powerful picture was shot by Raghu Rai and is one of the most powerful photos that depict the effects of the gas tragedy.

10 Things to Know Before Getting Into Photojournalism

Photojournalism can be fascinating for aspiring people looking to choose it as a career. Well, we believe that it truly is fascinating. You get paid to travel, witness history take place, and change other people’s perspective through your lenses. Isn’t it a fantastic way to live? However, it isn’t easy getting there. Therefore, before choosing photojournalism as a profession, we would like you to know ten essential things. They are:

1. The perspective is more important than the camera – Being a photojournalist does not require the most expensive camera. It is more about the eyes behind the camera and the perspective through which you look at things. We suggest you start learning with what you have and train the eye.

2. Stand out – Photojournalism is not about being a good photographer anymore. In today’s world, everyone carries a camera in their pockets, and the line between professional and amateur photography is getting blur. Therefore, you need to develop a sense of personal style that will make you stand out.

3. The stories you know the best are the strongest – Many photojournalists tend to chase after stories that everyone else is doing. However, in an oversaturated market, you cannot stand out that way. Instead, work on your perspectives and stories and how those stories can be told in a way that others cannot.

4. Diversity crisis – Often, cultural and hiring practices leave jobs to Western men. Despite of this, there has been a gradual shift from this as efforts are put in to bring new perspectives to light.

5. Business sense is an important skill – You must have a little bit of business sense too when it comes to charging, negotiating and reading contracts.

6. You will have to face rejection – You need to understand that it will not always be sunshine and that rejections are a part of the journey. What is important is that you learn from every rejection.

7. You won’t spend much time photographing – Photojournalism is much more than just clicking pictures. It encompasses researching, getting access, building contacts, payments, editing, marketing etc.

8. Safety is crucial – Safety of your health, as well as your work, is essential. Photojournalism comes with the responsibility of presenting yourself as a professional. You need to protect yourself and your work during conflicts.

9. Know the ethics in photojournalism – The ethics in photojournalism is not the same as photography ethics. There are several cases every now and then that show issues such as staging, photoshop or misrepresentation of pictures. Make sure you know the ethics thoroughly.

10. Photojournalism does not earn you a lot of money – At least during the initial years, you won’t be able to earn a lot, so you need to have another source of income. Moreover, often, you might need to budget and are likely to have a cash crunch.

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