Here at Street Photography Magazine, part of our mission is to give photographers worldwide an opportunity to share and exhibit their work. By doing this we’ll all learn by observing how others create.
This magazine is designed to showcase how street photographers think, what they see, how they create, how they work and how they post process.
What does this all mean? It means that at SPM we give all street photographers, whether you are a professional or just starting out, the opportunity to have your work, your thoughts and of course, your photographs, published. It is our firm belief that the best way to learn, grow and improve our art, whatever level we might be at right now, is to collaborate with each other, to share our experiences, both good and bad, and what we have learned as individuals.
So help us learn and grow as a community by submitting your work to the magazine.
Photo Story, Project and Essay Submissions
If you have a story to tell or a photo essay or project that revolves around street photography, the first thing you need to do is see the page “Tips for Creating a Photo Project Article.” Here you will find the practical information you need to submit your work (i.e. photo sizing information, ideas to help you with the written content). After review, if we decide to share your article in an upcoming issue of SPM, we’ll contact you and set you up with a free one-year subscription to the magazine to show our appreciation for your contribution.
One important point to consider while we’re talking about article submissions: If you would like to see your article published in SPM, make sure your photographs are accompanied by enough written content. We are most likely to publish articles that have a minimum of 1200 words.
To submit an article or a photo story, project or essay, make sure you read the “Tips for Creating a Photo Project Article” page and then submit your completed article to our editor by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org