Seeing your photos you've worked hard on on a screen is great, but opening a magazine to see them in print provides a very different, tangible sense of pride and satisfaction. This great video will walk you through the process of getting your photos published.
Coming to you from Craig Roberts of e6 Vlogs, this helpful video will show you what to do to increase your chances of getting your photo work published. Of all the tips, my favorite was expanding where you submit beyond just photography magazines. Of course, almost every photographer who wants to be published is going to submit to photography magazines, but if you specialize in photographing something like motorcycles or you've done a set of environmental portraits of a carpenter, submit to hobbyist and trade magazines in their respective industries as well. And as Roberts mentioned, make sure you're helping to minimize the work of the editor; by providing a complete story and set of photos, they don't have to try to put together an article drawing from multiple sources, as the complete thing is already sitting on their desk, increasing the likelihood of your submission being selected.
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