We welcome feature submissions and contributions from artists and photographers in Asia.
Submit a project or article you’d like us to consider featuring on our main Invisible Ph t grapher Asia Blog. Featured projects or articles must be coherent and be accompanied by approximately 10 (min) – 20(max) photographs, and be related to Asia by means of geography and/or artist/photographer.
Please submit pictures resized to 1500 pixels on the long side (width for landscape, height for portrait orientation), in JPG or JPEG format, with approximately 90% compression or under 2MB in file size. Include photo captions (if any) in IPTC data and in a separate text document corresponding with image file name. Please collate and ZIP your essay photographs to one file before submitting. Read Submission FAQs for answers to frequently asked questions.
Note: Due to the volume of submissions received, only featured submitters will be corresponded with. Thank you in advance for understanding and your support.
FEATURE SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
Send your Submissions with the following information and specifications:
1) Please enter Email Subject as per:
- IPA Feature Submission: [Your Project/Article Title]
2) Please include the following Submission Details in your email:
- Project Title:
- Artist/Photographer’s Name:
- Artist/Photographer’s Biography:
- 3) Attach a Zip file of your images (10 – 20) along with a text document with your captions (number accordingly).
4) Send your submissions to [email protected]
BLOG ARTICLES, CONTRIBUTORS & TIPS
If you’d like to be a contributor to our blog, or have a tip to share, or just want to drop us a message, send us an email at [email protected].
Read Submission FAQs for answers to frequently asked questions.
I am an photographer and living in Indonesia. I have enjoyed many of your posts. thank you
I am an artist and street photographer presently living and working in Shanghai, China. I have enjoyed many of your posts and thought that I might be a good fit for IPA to feature some of my work. If you visit my site, please look at New Work China 2015, China 2013 and The Shanghaied Portraits 2015. I also have a lot more work from 2016 as well that I have not put up on my site yet. If you know of anyone who might be interested in the kind of work that I am doing, please have them contact me or I would love to hear any input.
Thank you very much for you time and consideration,
Hello, I was wondering if you could be interested in featuring my work in Asia? You can see it at Instagram handle @piotrzaporowski. Many thanks in advance for your reply. Piotr
Enthusiast photographer.Wannabe Pro.Passionate about the art of imaging!
Would love to provide few of my photographs for your blogs/articles.Above is my Flickr link.Hope you all take a look.
Hi, it would be lovely if you could consider making a special feature or report on Taiwanese photographer Chang Chao-tang (張照堂), who is now having a major retrospective exhibition at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. Chang Chao-tang has been an importance influence on the development of post-war, modernist photography in Taiwan.
Thank you very much for the suggestion. We are definitely interested.
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