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Submissions

Have you climbed to the top of the mountain?  Do you have images that you wish to share with fellow photographers and lovers of fine-art landscape photography? Does your work match that of the top landscape and nature photographers? 

Why not exhibit them here?

Steve & Guide.JPG (6837 bytes)Photographer & Navaho Guide. Monument Valley, 1999

We Welcome Your Submissions

This site is not solely for the display of a single photographer’s efforts.  It is intended to be a gallery for the exhibition of work by a range of landscape photographers who have a particular and strong vision.

If you would like to have your portfolio considered for display please submit an initial3images for consideration.  These should be representative of your work and should be constrained by the following technical considerations:

  1. Images must be attached to your email.  Maximum of 3 images please.
  2. Images must be sent at 72 dpi.
  3. Images must be in .JPG format.
  4. Images must benot morethan 10" in their longest dimension.
  5. The e-mail accompanying your images must provide your full contact information including evening telephone number as well as abriefbio, and can include any other information that your would like to provide.

Please note that there is no charge made for exhibition and neither is there any payment provided.

Naturally, there is a limited amount of space available, and therefore not all submissions can be honoured.  Submissions conforming to the above restrictionswillreceive a reply.  Depending on the volume of work submitted displayed portfolios will remain on-line for at least 60 days.

I look forward to hearing from you and to seeing your work.

Please send your submissionshere.

Articles

In addition to your landscape photographs for exhibition I welcome any articles you have written on the art or techniques of landscape photography. Articles on specific aspects of digital image processing are also welcome. While the discussion forum is a valuable resource, more permanent articles can provide photographers with accessible information that they can use to improve their knowledge and technique.

I look forward to your submissions via email.