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Before submitting to Oitzarisme Magazine you should take a look at the projects already published. We aim to bring you only the best and most interesting projects we can find, by photographers who have powerful statements and are dedicated in showing their best work. If you think your material is similar with our editorial direction and you have a solid body of work/portfolio, read the submission rules and guidelines below and get published in our magazine!

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– maximum of 10 photos from the project you want to show us – long side 1000px, no watermark
– link to your personal portfolio website where we can see the whole project
– project statement in English
– a short bio in English
– your contact – website or email address

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– you are not expecting any financial gain from Oitzarisme. We are non-profit non-funded magazine and unfortunately at this time we cannot offer any financial benefits for our contributors. None of the photographs on the site may be altered or used in any form without prior written permission from the copyright holder. Works published on this website are protected under domestic and international copyright laws and are not considered to be public domain.
– all the additional information you have provided alongside with submission is correct.
– you accept the fact not all the submitted projects and photos will be published. This is an editorial choice. But we will try to browse through the submitted portfolio on your website. Sometimes we will request a different project or series for inclusion in our magazine.

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  1. Mrs Ruth E Coalson
    Mrs Ruth E Coalson at ·

    Like many, we are missing the inspiration and education provided by our regular ‘in-person’ photography events. In response, we’re producing an online photography conference to be held this April.

    The Art of Photography Conference
    Saturday 17 April 2021
    10 am – 10 pm British Summer Time

    I’m writing to find out if Oitarisme would be interested in supporting the conference through one of the Sponsorship opportunities. (I can send you a PDF) We are expecting over 1,000 attendees from camera clubs alone!

    Based on the general theme of “photography as fine art”, the conference will focus on photography as personal expression at the highest levels of the craft.

    This will be a virtual conference, hosted entirely online. The seminar programme will run all day, timed for audiences mainly internationally, and will consist of one-hour slots for each speaker.

    Speakers
    We have commitments from the following award-winning, renowned photographers. They will each present a one-hour session covering their respective areas of expertise: A real Powerhouse of speakers!

    Nevada Wier
    David Noton
    Tony Sweet
    Dan Burkholder
    Martin Evening
    Paul Mitchell
    Brenda Tharp
    Richard Curtis
    Ray Spence
    James Bourret
    Maarten Rots
    Ron Cooper
    Nat Coalson
    Michael E. Gordon
    Julieanne Kos
    Guy Talt

    Audience
    Conference participants must buy a ticket to attend. The conference will be marketed through our extensive and well-established networks, including the camera clubs, the Royal Photographic Society, and the wider community, as well as being promoted by the presenters themselves. Our marketing strategy includes targeted Facebook campaigns, paid advertising and search engine marketing to reach new audiences. We are expecting over 1,000 registrations.

    The event website, with content currently in development, has already received many dozens of registrations from people interested in attending already:

    https://www.artphotoconference.com/

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