Would you like to see your photographs in print as part of the first Dartmoor Collective photozine?
It’s difficult to think of Dartmoor without also thinking about water. Most of Devon’s major river systems rise within a few grid squares of each other here on the high moor and water in one form or another has shaped the landscape over countless millennia through the combined actions of weather, erosion and human industry,
As many have found to their peril, the moor can often seem more liquid than solid ground, but water is also the source of many of the most captivating experiences of Dartmoor, whether it’s the Dart waterfalls in full spate, cloud reflections in a peat pool or the strange clarity of light which we see only after a heavy rain shower.
For the first Dartmoor Collective quarterly photozine we are inviting submissions for images of water on Dartmoor. We are looking to include original and creative colour photos which go beyond the traditional chocolate box views of Dartmoor and provide a fresh and engaging perspective on the subject.
A selection of the best images will be included in the zine with a caption and photo credit. All photographers included in the zine will receive a free copy of the photozine and the opportunity to buy additional copies at a reduced price.
Copies will be available to order from the Dartmoor Collective website and also available to buy during our exhibition in 2020.
Terms and Conditions:
- Photographs must be of sufficient quality for print reproduction and we reserve the right to reject any submissions which do not meet this criteria. If you post your submissions on social media and they are subsequently selected for publication, we will contact you to obtain hi-res versions.
- By submitting your image you agree to us using it in print, social media, on our website, and for promotional purposes. We will always credit you and you will retain full copyright.
- Closing date for entries is midnight on Boxing Day with the first zine due to be published in late January.
Good luck – we very much look forward to seeing your submissions.
Header photo by Simon Blackbourn @simonblackbourn