Submit your shots for the January 2020 issue [closed]

Yep you've guessed it The next issue of now Open for reader images!!!!

Please read before posting:

Simply hit the reply button (at the bottom) of this post and attach your image, one image per comment. You can resubmit past images. One image will also be featured as an image for reader's gallery call, like you see above. Here's what you need to know:

  1. 600px on the widest end
  2. 3 images per person (so 3 replies)
  3. Leave your Full Name
  4. Leave one link
  5. Leave a comment on how you got the shot or what it means to you
  6. Image can be in BW or color

The reader's gallery is about YOUR photography, what you do, so show what you do 🙂

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27 thoughts on “Submit your shots for the January 2020 issue [closed]”

  1. Paul Skinner

    I was riding a motor bike through this town in India and saw this amazing scene on the side of the road. I could picture the photo in black and white in my head.
    I like that it seems timeless. An old bike and a bunch of bananas on the side of the road. A simple scene can produce amazing results.
    Shot on 35mm in black and white film.

  2. One early evening in a restaurant with a friend. I had my trusty Holga with me. I loved the ambiance of the place with the lights, and how the Holga film rendered it.

  3. City reflections. Taken with a Pentax Q and the 01 lens. The red dresses caught my eye but then so did all of the wonderful reflections in the glass with so much to say and see about the shop and its surroundings.

  4. “Waiting” is a stereoscopic photography in anaglyph (3D view with red and cyan filter glasses) taken in Lisbon, Portugal.
    The old woman is looking sad, as if waiting for someone who never arrives …

    I work in stereoscopic photography / images. You can see my work at
    http://www.carlagaspar.com

  5. “Return” is a stereoscopic photography in colorful anaglyph (3D view with red and cyan filter glasses) taken in S. Bento Station in Porto, Portugal.
    The traveler looks like a beautiful cowboy.

    I work in stereoscopic photography / images. You can see my work at
    http://www.carlagaspar.com

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