We at Burn have decided to reopen our Submissions section. This gives all of you a chance once again to have your work viewed and in consideration for Burn online and Burn in print.
Please know that now Burn is seen by top editors and curators the world over as well as a young audience of photography students and well simply a lot of folks who love the photographic essay form.
You will published with the best and seen by the best.
Your work may fall into ANY CATEGORY of photography. From science to sports to fashion to art to photojournalism to natural history. Anything goes.
Yet you MUST follow the procedures outline below. If you do not follow the bit below, your work just cannot be considered. Well, it just will not even be seen. So take the time to do this right. If you care about your work, care enough always for a clean presentation to any editor.
Edit TIGHT. Make your work EASY FOR US TO SEE in an online gallery (you can make it private if you want). Include a SHORT EXPLANATORY TEXT.
-david alan harvey
Photographic essays are featured on the homepage of BURN magazine. An essay can be a slide show of images , or a multimedia piece, together with an artist statement and a short bio. Please fill out the form below and provide a URL to your images, so we can review your essay submission. We can not consider download links, your images must be viewable online (you can of course provide a password for a private gallery). All the images submitted must be 1080 px shortest side maximum.
If you are selected, we will contact you personally with details, and work closely with you to upload and prepare your essay for publication.
Please send a pdf with your work and description to:
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