View Camera Magazine - Submissions

Recent Classifieds

Forum statistics

Threads
179,575
Messages
2,472,728
Members
94,843
Latest member
ocieb
Recent bookmarks
0

steve simmons

Member
Joined
Sep 25, 2002
Messages
367
We are looking for large format photographers doing portrait and figure work for an upcoming issue.

Send submissions to

View Camera
Box 2328
Corrales, NM 87048

please include return packing and postge if you would like your material returned.


steve simmons
 
Last edited by a moderator:

Jim Moore

Member
Joined
Oct 24, 2003
Messages
952
Location
Iowa
Shooter
Large Format
Thomassauerwein said:
When is the due date?

Thomas,

You and Joe Symchyshyn are the first two people I thought of when I saw this post.

Good luck if you decide to make a submission.

Jim
 

BarrieB

Member
Joined
Apr 19, 2003
Messages
109
Location
Melbourne, A
Shooter
Multi Format
Great Magazine Steve, Keep up the good work. It must be difficult to keep such a publication interesting and the readers happy.

How many submissions do you have to ' knock back ' because they do not reach your high standards ?

Barrie B. Australia
 

roteague

Member
Joined
Jul 15, 2004
Messages
6,641
Location
Kaneohe, Haw
Shooter
4x5 Format
Steve,

I hope it is ok to ask here, but, when and how do you send out subscriber copies? I just returned from the local Borders and they still don't have the January issue of View Camera or B&W Magazine? This is very irritating. In the past I have avoided subscribing to magazines because generally I can buy them at the bookstore before they arrive in my mail (mail here is slooooooow).

[vent] When I complain to the bookstore, their general response is "well that is the price for living in paradise" to which I reply, "there are over 800,000 people living on this island - it is not some out of the way hick town". [/vent]
 
OP
OP

steve simmons

Member
Joined
Sep 25, 2002
Messages
367
The copies to the subscribers go out in the mail the same day the shipments go to the distributors. The copies to the subscribers go periodical rate which is the same as second class. We can not control the speed at which the USPS gets them to the suscribers - believe me every publisher in the country would like to have this control. If the copies are going out of the US this is another complication.

The store copies go to the distibutors and then to the bookstores. Sometimes this happens more quickly than what the USPS does for the subscribers.

As a subscriber you pay less per issue (approx 4 dollars or less if you live in the US as opposed to $7 dollars) and you have access to the Subscriber's Section of the web site.

The fact that copies sometimes get to the book stores quicker than to the subscribers happens with all magazines.

steve simmons
 

Ray Bidegain

Member
Joined
Oct 22, 2003
Messages
93
Location
Portland, Or
Shooter
8x10 Format
Steve:

Are you planning to feature individual photographers, or a collection of work on the subject?

Ray Bidegain
 

brimc76

Member
Joined
Feb 4, 2003
Messages
416
Location
Uxbridge On.
Shooter
Multi Format
steve simmons said:
As a subscriber you pay less per issue (approx 4 dollars or less if you live in the US as opposed to $7 dollars) and you have access to the Subscriber's Section of the web site.
steve simmons

Mine arrived yesterday steve, thanks. It was missing the subscriber's info needed to access the web site again though.

Brian McDowell
 

roteague

Member
Joined
Jul 15, 2004
Messages
6,641
Location
Kaneohe, Haw
Shooter
4x5 Format
Thanks Steve. I'm going to order a subscription. Your magazine will be only the second one I subscribe to - the first being Arizona Highways.

Just wondering, I know you have had David Muench in your magazine several times, as well as Jack Dykinga. Have you ever considered interviewing or spotlighting Joe Cornish? His work in the UK is truly outstanding.
 
Photrio.com contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.
To read our full affiliate disclosure statement please click Here.

PHOTRIO PARTNERS EQUALLY FUNDING OUR COMMUNITY:



Ilford ADOX Freestyle Photographic Stearman Press Weldon Color Lab
Top Bottom