Fstoppers Is Hiring Staff Writers

Fstoppers Is Hiring Staff Writers

Are you a photographer or videographer who loves to write? Fstoppers.com is looking to hire several creative professionals to write for us. If you enjoy reading Fstoppers, and think you may have something to offer, we want to hear from you! 

To apply, you must be a member of the community with an Fstoppers portfolio. One of our requirements is that you are at least a part-time professional photographer or videographer. If you’re interested in writing for us, send an email with a link to your portfolio and sample writing (blog posts are great) to chelsey@fstoppers.comand write “Fstoppers Job Opening” in the subject line. Send a brief message about you, your work, and what you would want to write about. Your ability to write is very important. Please do not send us a résumé. 

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21 Comments

Brian Rodgers Jr.'s picture

Excellent!

Joan Boira's picture

You are interested in practical photographic and technical articles in Spanish?
I can make post about tricks and techniques in the study and retouching.

Thanks!

Simon Patterson's picture

Hope you get some good applications, as I enjoy FStoppers and more good authors means more good content!

Shouldn't you hire an editor first? ;)

Chris Adval's picture

I'm pretty sure its Lee and Hall.

Pretty sure no one bothers to proof articles before they're published. That's all I'm saying. Hire someone to do that.

Chelsey Rogers's picture

hahahahaha, you're funny Prefers Film!

This is the first line from Lee's article, published two hours ago:

"DJI recently announced the new Mavic drone which appeared to be the greatest aerial product every created."

I wouldn't say this sort of thing is uncommon on the site, either.

George Popescu's picture

I'm in Tokyo, would that work out for you guys?

Rasheed Philips's picture

Would love to be part of the team

Ken Fisico's picture

How about some Canadian Content? You know, that place at the top of the US weathermap that just appears grey all the time? I hear there is people LIVING there!

Chelsey Rogers's picture

We have quite a few Canadian writers!

Emma Grigoryan's picture

Hi, this sound very challenging and interesting. I am from Armenia, not too much to cover on editorial part, but I used to write personal shoot stories sometime ago. If stories from this part of the world would be a nice addition I might consider applying. I would like to know how often you need something to be written/posted?

thanks in advance

Adam Lyon's picture

I want in! I realize there's probably some sense of urgency, but is there a deadline to apply? I'm not sure if I've snapped all the way out of my vacation mode that I've been on for the last week and a half. I'm very interested in being part of the Fstoppers team!

Alex Cooke's picture

Send us an email!

Adam Lyon's picture

Done, done, and done. Thank you!

Verginiya Yancheva's picture

Only writers?
I have a podcast called The Fashion Photography Podcast, do you think It can be also suitable?
:)

Chris Adval's picture

I've been reading less and less these days in anything. And I'm assuming more people are too, especially millennial generations. Why not instead of having "writers" have visual content creators? Like photo or even purely audio. I know the writing is a pure SEO move, but these days transcribing video/audio shouldn't be too hard with software to allow SEO to still exist for the content, other than the obvious tagging. I honestly think more attention will lean over towards visual (video) as technology moves forward in my opinion. The less "work" the people consuming the content the easier and faster to consume that content. The easier it is for the people wanting to consume that content the easier and more viewers/readers you'd have which makes the ad. value to that content more valuable.... just my 2 cents I've been thinking about for fstoppers.