PHOTOGRAPHER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
We strive for creativity! we aspire for every shot seen to be a ‘thumb-print’ of the photographers personal style and being.
From aztec prints to pastel and pearls, we run editorials that range from the quirkiest of styles to the most simplistic views. All fashion is acceptable! from high-fashion to thrift-wear, from the desert to the busy cities, we welcome all talent to share their passions with the team of Ivy and our readers.
So how do you submit? please see our below guidelines
WHAT WE LOVE
We seek stories that make us feel as if we were there when the photo was taken.
Model wise- we love to incorporate a mix of all different backgrounds + ethnicities ranging between the ages of 2-16 years old, girls and boys welcome!
Photographers must submit a minimum of 15-20 strong shots via dropbox.com to firstname.lastname@example.org including the editorial credits such as crew and clothing credits.
Terms, Conditions & Compensation
Ivy Magazine does not currently pay for submissions submitted by photographers at their own free will solely for consideration basis only. Responsibility in regards to clothing, styling, team, etc. remain at the expense of the photographer unless arranged with the Ivy Magazine team prior.
We also cannot guarantee that the submitted content will be used via Social Media, print, on the blog etc. all submitted content is under consideration basis only.
All photoshoots submitted will often be responded to ( if successful ) within 7 working days.
Photos submitted to Ivy Magazine if successful must not have been previously submitted or published by any other publication and must not have been shared via social media platforms
If found that the editorial accepted has been published in other publications or shared on any social media platforms, we reserve the right to pull the story from any/all of our resources without notice.
Why wasn’t my shoot accepted?
The quality of the photoshoot is not reflective of our publication
The quality of the photoshoot is our style but, there are not enough strong images.
The styling is not reflective of the season (example; it is highly unlikely that we would accept a pool swimsuit editorial in December.)
The photoshoot is too similar to a photoshoot we have previously published
The main model in the photoshoot has recently worked with us (Ivy strives for unique faces and likes to give everyone a chance)
The content is not original and is plagiarised from another artists work.