Photo by: Lucas Foglia
A couple of day ago I ran across One, One Thousand which is a bi-monthly publication focusing on photography produced in the Southeastern United States by emerging and established photographers. Founded in 2010 by photographers Daniel A. Echevarria and Natalie Minik, One, One Thousand features new photographic works both from and about the South.
The site features some intelligent and interesting photography, and I was extremely pleased to see that they had a straight forward submission policy and did not ask for money to look at photos. So, I am going to give it a shot and send in a selection of my pinhole photos for their consideration. If you do Southeastern photography, here are some of the the submission guidelines, you might want to contact them:
“One, One Thousand accepts both film and digital photography submissions. All work must have been created in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, or West Virginia. Your current place of residence is not taken into account. There are no age requirements. We prefer selections from unified bodies of work but are willing to make exceptions.”