Get your work featured as a photographer 

As a photographer, there’s nothing better than having your work published, raise your profile and attract clients, there are of places online other than social media to get your work featured.

From inspiration sites and online magazines to popular Tumblr feeds with hundreds of thousands of followers, here are some the best blogs to showcase your creative work and get noticed.

Here’s the list of some great websites that I’ve come across

Feature Shoot

This site showcases the work of international emerging as well as established photographers who are transforming the medium through unique and compelling projects. With contributing writers from all over the world and a wide range of interests, they feature contemporary work in all genres of photography: fine art, documentary, portrait, still life, landscape and more.

For general submissions, you need to email four or five images at 620 pixels wide, saved for web with no borders or watermarks, and don’t send any zip files. You should also include a short bio and a description of your work. Put ‘Submissions’ in the subject line.

Link: Submission Guidelines | Email:

Staged Photography

This website celebrates photography as photographic art and in turn celebrate the image makers who tell compelling stories through their work. The instructions to be featured, are via the link below

Link: Submit your work

A Secret

According to Diane Arbus: “A photograph is a secret about a secret. Here lies A Secret, a photography blog where you can submit your own work for consideration. Simply click on the link below, fill out the form and include your full name and link to your online portfolio or website.

Link: Submit your work

Ain’t Bad Magazine

Ain’t-Bad is an independent publisher of new photographic art founded by five emerging photographers. To submit, resize your images to 1,000 pixels wide accompanied by a detailed artist statement and biography, both in the third person, along with a link to your website. Then put all the items into a zip file and upload via the online contact form.

Link: Submission Guidelines


An online magazine that features the finest art, design, architecture and photography. It is really simple to submit your work. Just click on their ‘submit your work’ link and a pop-up will provide a submission form for you to fill in. The site will request up to six images at least 670 pixels wide, along with a description of your work.

Link: Submit your work


Minimalissimo is a magazine that celebrates the best of minimalism in design from the past and present, curating work from both established names and talented newcomers. Various fields are covered here with photography being one of them. If you want to put yourself forward, they welcome suggestions. You just have to provide a link to your work via the link below.

Link: Submit your work

Visual News

Visual News that celebrate great work to give visual content makers insight and inspiration.  They cover many creative fields including painting, sculpture, collage, illustration an photography. To submit your own work, fill out the form via the following link.

Link: Submit your work

Original Photographers

Original Photographers has been created to promote and draw more focus towards the hard working creators of original photography by promoting their work. There are actually three ways to get featured on this gorgeous blog. All styles and experience levels welcome. Use the online form below to fill out your details, providing your full name, a link to your work and a short bio and description. The great thing about this site is that you can post up to three submissions per day.

Link: Submit your work


Lensblr is an advocate for the original photographers on Tumblr — the creators in the Tumblr world. Their goal is two-fold: first, to bring more attention to the creative works of these content creators on Tumblr. And second, to build a community among fellow photographers on Tumblr, and the people who enjoy their work. To submit, follow the link below.

Link: Submission Guidelines

Where Cool Things Happen

This site is your daily resource for ‘cool things’, apparently. Sharing everything from travel and art to the best photography in the world. Get yourself on there by submitting your own work for consideration. Just fill in their contact form via the link below.

Link: Submit your work

The Phoblographer

This website that explores the psychology of photographers as they do their work. It is basically your on stop shop for everything photography. From gear review to features on artists of various levels as well as tutorials from great photographer.

Submissions require 10 images of 1000 pixels on the longest side. Click on the link below for further instructions.

Link: Submit your work



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