Made Italian vogue December print issue.....I was very happy when they contacted me for my image.... I've have other opportunities with them also... I am happy at the opportunities they have given photographers....
I am so happy for you Michael. Through Photovogue I got to see your more of your work. Amazing!!!! You get to show your arty side!
I have posted a few photos to Photo Vogue and have only had one chosen. This site is great because I get immediate professional criticism of my work and it challenges me to take more intriguing photos.
2011 one of work's was choosen from the top 100 which was exhibited by Vogue in Millan Moreno , gallery display for 2 weeks. Plus invited for the Catwalk but couldn't make it.
Also I have been close with the Italian Vogue. Actually this is my first time in forums posting my Vogue profile, I guess lots of my other publications include Taco Bell , to Subway etc. kepted with me. because dealing publicly with forums its has very neg results -gossips an inferiority
Is what happens most. MM is one of the best site but it can be better.
Still love you all:)
I hope MOP not missleading about forums. My apologies if any misunderstanding.
AJScalzitti wrote: Their style is hard to pin down, but the short answer is it needs to invoke a emotion in their photo editor. Not much help is it but she doesn't limit it much beyond that. There have been a few FAQ posted on the site about it, including a recent one showing some of what she didn't like.
Jorge Kreimer wrote: Yes, it's impossible to predict which photo they will accept.
I have been surprised by their selection of mine, since I believe they left out better photos than the ones chosen.
You are not alone in finding their choices hard to understand.
I find they they routinely take the 2nd best images and it is not just my opinion - when I show a set to other photographers and to the models involved, they are always surprised at the choices.
Huntington, West Virginia, US
Measured in pixels, height & width, what is a good size of image to submit?
I looked through the FAQ and a few other places. All the references I found was to file sizes and D.P.I. settings. I want to know how many pixels high and wide would be appropriate for a submission.
Most of the images on their site are limited to 440 pixels high and 660 pixels wide, but maybe they like getting larger images so they can inspect the quality more easily, and they don't mind to shrink them for web publication? I just don't know what they prefer.