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Submit your shots for the May 2021 issue [closed]

Time FLIES right? It’s almost next month so it’s 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 🙂

Getting errors?: There’s 3 main reasons:

– The file is too big (Make sure it’s 600px, 72 ppi)

– The image name has non accepted symbols (like – * (), etc), keep it numbers & letters

– You are overloading the text area with links and being flagged, please keep it to one

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6 thoughts on “Submit your shots for the May 2021 issue [closed]”

    1. This photograph is of a woman in one of the wealthiest places in the world – New York City. It was taken in front of Madison Square Garden. The Empire State building is behind her 2 blocks away. I assume she is homeless. This photograph represents the “ancient” struggle of poverty and addiction. It is striking because she is not the portrait of poverty and addiction one would expect to see.

    2. This woman was interacting with anyone walking 7th Avenue this day in New York City. She was homeless and living a shelter. She spoke of going to many different schools always in search of her passion academically and career wise. As she stood on this busy street she seemed very statuesque.

      1. This photograph is of a woman in one of the wealthiest places in the world – New York City. It was taken in front of Madison Square Garden. The Empire State building is behind her 2 blocks away. I assume she is homeless. This photograph represents the “ancient” struggle of poverty and addiction. It is striking because she is not the portrait of poverty and addiction one would expect to see.

    3. This man was sitting on a busy street on a beautiful, sunny Saturday morning in New York City. He said he is out on this street every Saturday and Sunday selling shoes and spreading love.

  1. It’s interesting to see the faces of people you don’t normally see in glossy magazines and popular tv show adaptations. I can’t wait to see what others submit for their photos.

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