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Submit To Fotografia

by Elena on April 12, 2010

Fotografia MagIt has always been a desire of mine to start an online publication.  As far back as middle school, I met with some other leotard wearing, grade schoolers and we planned the possibility of starting a zine (the first inclinations of a nerdy future).  Zines are small scale print publications usually with an eccentric and unique edge, reflected directly from its contributors and editors.  Blogs are similar to zines because most are self-published, personal, and done on a small scale with limited readership (I’m not talking about the Huffington Posts of the web).

Online media has grown dramatically the past couple of years and I have toyed around with starting an online project for some time now.  The past couple of weeks I finally put together my project, Fotografia Magazine, an online magazine/ zine/ project that features the work of photographers, giving them a chance to promote themselves and their photography.

Seeing as Gringa Española is focused on travel, photography, and new media, I figured some readers with similar interests would be interested in submitting some of their compelling, travel photography.  It is a great way to promote your website and your work.  On Fotografia there is always a link back to the photographer’s portfolio or website, driving traffic back to you.  Fotografia is a new site, but I hope it will grow quickly!

Anyone who would like to submit their photography are more than welcome to do so.  In your submission you must include the following:

  • Title of work
  • Place of capture (if applicable)
  • Link to your website or online portfolio
  • Year picture was taken

One of the reasons I wanted to start an online magazine is because of the opportunity you get to discover new artists and photographers.  One of these photographers is Stephanie Mackenzie whose work you can see at Deka Photography.

Stephanie Mackenzie - Deauville

Image via: Deka Photography


{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Miss Footloose April 14, 2010 at 9:08 am

I’m a beginning amateur photographer and love to look at the photos taken by the real artists to learn and for inspiration. Keep showing them!

Elena April 14, 2010 at 12:42 pm

I completely agree. I love looking at other people’s point of view. Your pictures are fantastic. Please feel free to submit!

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