How to submit a guest smartphone photography article
Email your idea to Mike (form below) – submit your technique and tutorial idea, if you want to write a guest post and promote your social media profiles and/or website.
Please include a headline idea, one or two sentence summary of the main outline of the article and 2 samples of similar, previous published articles.
Mike will be in touch promptly after your submission.
Let’s do this
Guest article writing – general requirements
The goal at Smartphone Photography Training is to provide jargon-free quality content, that can be applied to passionate photo enthusiasts and businesses. The language needs to be professional, yet casual and succinct.
Please do not spin articles. If the post has been published elsewhere, do not submit. Likewise, once published you are not permitted to re-publish the article on any other website.
Practical techniques and tutorials
In the spirit of education – all articles have to contain some practical, actionable value to empower our audience to improve their photography literacy.
Let’s aim for over 600 words and under 2500 words - TLDR (too long, did not read). Articles that are a deep dive into a technique or app review are preferred, without becoming repetitive.
Please submit your social profiles to be included in the author section at the bottom of the article. Once published, proudly let everyone in your network know about it. Please be available to answer any comments in the social shares and in our Facebook group.
Articles considered; include photography capture and mobile editing techniques, app tutorials and review articles for beginner, intermediate and advanced smartphone photographers. Articles currently needed; include travel, street and food photography, composition, lighting, story telling, camera replacement apps, mobile editing app processes and reviews.
Four images are required with the article. We have the right to choose the image, crop if required and use our own images to accompany the article. These images can be used elsewhere online (not the text)
At the bottom of the article, there will be a section for a brief bio, two social profiles and a link to your site.
The fine print
Before sending us any contributions or submissions you indemnify Smartphone Photography Training from any claim or impairment that may arise as a consequence of your ‘factual’ statements being fictitious or any infringement of a right of any third-party.
By submitting a contribution, you accept the terms and conditions in relation to each and every single piece within your submission, including but not limited to copy, photographs and illustrations sent to us.
All written content submitted to Smartphone Photography Training is for the exclusive sole use of Smartphone Photography Training and not to be re-purposed or reused in any other media or on the internet.
By sending us photographs you authorize the following:
> You are the sole owner and copyright holder of the photograph taken and that all the rights attached to the image belong to you;
> The photograph is not co-operative or a plagiaristic piece of work;
> The photograph is original.
No liability can be taken for the condition and precision of copy supplied and our editors may edit your copy where they deem necessary. The publishers protect the right to reject and amend any contribution/material supplied. We take no responsibility for typographical mistakes and omissions.
Smartphone Photography Training may ask for revised versions and alter the article to support anchor text links to other articles on the website.
All materials submitted may be used as future advertising or publicity for Smartphone Photography Training. The views and attitude printed in these publications are not necessarily those of the publisher.