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The Fleeting Moments Magazine Open Call 2020

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As a community of Young Artists, we encourage young and aspiring photographers to submit their work although submissions are accepted from any and every person who has his own photographic voice.

Submissions are currently open for all kinds of visual essays for the Inaugural Edition of The Fleeting Moments Electronic Magazine.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES :

For a successful submission, we would need the following things from you :

1.)9-12 Images from a series dedicated to a common topic.
2.)A text file describing the story behind the project in the form of a stand-alone article or as extended captions to the images(the choice is up-to you).
3.)Ensure that you include your name and the location at which the story unfolds within the text.
4.)Please include all the images and the the text file in a single folder and upload the same to Google Drive.
5.)Please generate a shareable link and send it to thefleetingmoments.content@gmail.com

Fees:

Free

Prizes:

The shortlisted authors shall be notified and their works shall be integrated into the E-Mag to be published and be available for subscription Worldwide.

Best photo-stories shall be featured on the Magazine Website along with the Photographers' Details.

The photographer, whose image makes the cover of an Issue shall be contacted for an exclusive personal interview conducted by the Magazine, which shall be published in the next issue.

Eligibility:

As a community of Young Artists, we encourage young and aspiring photographers to submit their work although submissions are accepted from any and every person who has his own photographic voice. We do not discriminate based on race, cast, creed, gender, sexual orientation or religion. The strength of your visual essay is all that matters.

Copyrights & Usage Rights:

The individual photographer retains all copyrights to his creative property.

Theme:

Open Theme Documentary People Wildlife Nature Street Abstract