If you’re a photographer with a new body of work to show or if you’re a photography fan who has a new photo crush, you’re always welcome to submit it for posting on Aphotostudent. The majority of the posts on here for the past two years have showcased the work of world-renowned photographers. I’d like to devote more time to showcasing new work from emerging artists, but I need your help to do it.
Ways to reach me:
1: Feel free to email me at [email protected] but please write “aphotostudent submission” or something similar in the subject line so I don’t confuse it with the many requests for help I receive from Nigerian Royalty with millions of dollars stuck in limbo.
Please include a little bit about yourself and the body of work in the email. A bit of context always helps.
2: Head over to my Facebook page and post a comment on the most recent call for work.
Thank you in advance for any submissions you send. And, my apologies if I don’t reply to your submission right away. Sometimes emails stack up. It’s nothing personal.
“One of the aspects of photography that is really beautiful is that it transports you – you look at an image and you’re somewhere else. kitchenaid repair atlanta . And I like to play with that a little bit and remind viewers that, especially when you think about a photopgraph as an object, it travels, it moves, its context shifts, whether it’s in a book or on a gallery wall, or hidden in a stack somewhere.”
– Leslie Hewitt, nominee for The Grange Prize 2010
Who will you choose? Vote for your favourite online at thegrangeprize.com or inside the exhibition at the AGO beginning September 22!