Submit your shots for the October 2019 issue

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

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39 thoughts on “Submit your shots for the October 2019 issue”

  1. This young girl was part of a demonstration on University Ave. , about policies regarding Israel and Palestine. I couldn’t help but wonder what she was thinking.

  2. This photo was taken during a Urban Photo Race in Paris. The photo is 1 of a series of 18 photo’s. Urban Photo Race is een photo marathon with 6 themes, 4 checkpoints and a time constrained. The theme for this photo was “So chic”.

    There was a techno Parade in Paris and I so a girl walking to a bus stop. She “dressed herself up” with lipstick. While she was busy, I walked to the bus stop and took a photo while she puts lipstick on her lips.

    I feel a certain connection with the girl, the way she is herself, she enjoys freedom and take care of herself no matter what other people think of it. This the way I try to live my life, with values independence and freedom.

  3. TOMMASO FRASSINI
    My instagram: xfotommy93x
    This picture was taken during my last trip in the Philippines.
    I took the shot with my old Nikon D3000. I have to be honest: sometimes a bit of luck helps, but this is probably one of my favorite picture as far as spontaneity is concerned.

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