Call for Submissions: In-depth Travel Photo Essays



Discussion

  1. 01. Micah Albert

    March 15, 2012

    How about work from the Middle East?

  2. 02. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Micah, please do send me some links. We just published a big feature on the Pamir Highway and don’t have any other Middle East stories planned right now, but that can always change. thanks!

  3. 03. jonathan beller

    March 15, 2012

    for assignment iPad multimedia please check out my website . lots of photos , video and multimedia. the links page has links to work i did with better homes and gardens iPad editions.

    thank you for your time

    jonathan

    jonathanbeller.com
    617 548 2737

  4. 04. Amanda Roraback

    March 15, 2012

    Hi. I’ve got a great selection of photos (with stories) from Sri Lanka. Does that interest you.

  5. 05. Layne Kennedy

    March 15, 2012

    Could easily put together a wonderful article/photo essay on Iceland.

    cheers,
    layne

  6. 06. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    @amanda and @layne, please do post links to stories. That way they can easily be shared with the editorial team. Thank you and looking forward to seeing your work.

  7. 07. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    @jonathan, I’ll keep you in mind for assignments, but at this time we are mostly interested in licensing bodies of work on destinations. Thank you for writing and keep in touch!

  8. 08. Moya McAllister

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine, I have a beautiful Guanacaste, Costa Rica story for submission with all contact info for venues & writer – I’ll send you a link Monday.
    Beaches, food , surfing, native arts, luxury hotels – I hope it fits! Moya

  9. 09. Dave Jackson

    March 15, 2012

    Hi,
    Well I wish you would have posted this two weeks ago. I spent all of last week in Charleston, SC.

    I’m am a working photojournalist and my personal vacation took me to Charleston. I did however make a bunch of travel poster type images of the city. If you are interested I can post them on a Photoshelter site for you to have a look.

    Cheers,

    Dave

  10. 10. Javier Etcheverry

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I’m able to provide many essays related to South America, Argentina and Patagonia. Please let me know if you have a preconcieved idea or if may I assist you.
    Best Regards
    Javier

  11. 11. Steven Donley

    March 15, 2012

    I just started a 6 week Artist in Residence at Badlands National Park. I know the area wasn’t on your list, but if you do have any interest let me know and I’ll keep you informed after I post pictures. I will be here until Apr 27th but won’t be getting home until closer to May 20th as I’m making some additional stops.

  12. 12. Tod Grubbs

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine, I will be doing a 2 week trip to northern Arizona at the end of April to photograph the Grand Canyon, the Slot Canyon’s and Monument Valley. We are planning to put together a guide of places to stay, eat and things to do along with the pictures of the grand landscapes of Northern AZ.

  13. 13. Alessandra Gerevini

    March 15, 2012

    In my site, you can find a work about shanghai, postproducted in a particular way. If you’re interested in it, I’ve got more pictures about that place. Here the link to my work: http://www.alessandragerevini.com/index.php?/projects/minishanghai/

  14. 14. Niki Marusich

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine
    I understand that you are looking for completed photo essays, however, I am in South Africa and would love to work on and submit items in due time. Also close to Mozambique if you do not find anyone with a completed essay. Please feel free to contact me if you do need any assistance with this in the future, although I can’t be of much assistance at present. I am currently a full time photographer and have a passion for exploring our country and also for writing, so it would be a great fit.
    Niki

  15. 15. Jess Gibbs

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I’m sorry, like most people here I don’t have photos of the destinations you need. However, my website is filled with travel photo essays. Some particular recent favourites are New York in August, Innsbruck in late summer, and a recent road trip across the middle of the USA where I only took photos from inside the moving car with some pretty stunning results. The links for all three are posted below.

    I have a lot of work on my website, an absolute passion for travel photo essays and would love the opportunity to work with you. Your magazine is a great idea.

    Cheers,
    Jess

    http://jessgibbsphotography.com/2011/cities/innsbruck-austria/
    http://jessgibbsphotography.com/2011/cities/new-york-ny/
    http://jessgibbsphotography.com/2011/inland/middle-america-road-trip-nv-ut-wy-ne-ia-2/

  16. 16. Neil Buchan Grant

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine

    I don’t have any of the required areas at the moment but could put an essay together for the following areas:

    Costa de la Luz, Andalucia
    New York
    Jakarta
    Sicily
    Northern Italy

    Please keep me in mind for future requirements
    Regards
    Neil

  17. 17. sylvia trifonova

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I can offer travel photo stories from:
    Austria
    Bulgaria
    UAE – Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Hatta,
    Italy – Rome, Florence, Tuscany
    Oman
    Nepal

    some stories you can find on my blog
    http://www.sylviphotography.wordpress.com

    thanks

    Greetings
    sylvi

  18. 18. Sheila Sim

    March 15, 2012

    I’d be delighted to let you have photo essays about Russia or Portugal. I know they’re not on your list – but shout if you’re interested!
    Sheila

  19. 19. Daniel Kramer

    March 15, 2012

    Hi,

    I retraced Mark Twain’s route around the world on the 100th anniversary of his trip. We left North America from Vancouver, then hit Molokai, New Zealand, Australia, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Mauritius, Madagascar, South Africa and England.

    Here’s the link to my Blurb book:

    http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2027588

    Thanks.

    Daniel Kramer

  20. 20. Marc-André Pauzé

    March 15, 2012

    Hi

    I have stories from Madagascar, Sahara, a whole summer in Morroco backcountry with my 12 years old son, Québec’s arctic and First nations.

    You can see my website for some stories and portfolio.

    http://marcpauze.photoshelter.com/

    You can also have a look at my writing (english is my 2nd language) with this story:

    http://blog.marcpauze.net/2011/03/16/a-blue-angel-at-the-hassan-ii-mosque/

    Best

  21. 21. Noelle Swan Gilbert

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I have a few photo essays from Beijing, not Singapore, two of which are currently on my website. They are in the portfolio section. The first is called “Shopping for Food in Beijing” and the second is “Portraits from China”. I’d love you to take a look.

    http://www.noelleswangilbert.com/

    Thanks,
    Noelle Gilbert

  22. 22. Geoff Spanner

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,
    I have extensive coverage of Central and South America – mostly rural and natural environment, but with many tourism icons as well. Countries covered are from Nicaragua to Chile including Colombia and the Andes.
    Please see http://www.agpix.com/GeoffSpanner for a larger selection of travel images as my website is principally a nature photography site.
    cheers
    Geoff Spanner

  23. 23. Nancy Pinson

    March 15, 2012

    I have provided a link to my book with my photos and thoughts from Patagonia in South America. I will be going to Columbia and Bolivia later this year and can provide more photos then if I know more about what you are seeking. I am currently working on a book of photos from Turkey.

    Thanks,

    Nancy Pinson

  24. 24. Nancy Pinson

    March 15, 2012

    Here’s the link to the book which did not show in the comment I left above:

    http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/654470

    Thanks,

    Nancy Pinson

  25. 25. Jennifer Barrios

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,
    My husband and I have photos from South America (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia). You can reference our travel blog and/or photography website for an idea of what we have. The travel blog is our personal story but we could put together a tighter/more focused photo essay on a specified location.

    http://travel-learn-live.blogspot.com
    South Amercia photos are found in the June-Sept 2010 archives.

    http://www.romerobarriosphotographs.com
    Out galleries are arranged by continent.

    Thanks very much for your time.
    Jennifer Barrios

  26. 26. Nayan

    March 15, 2012

    Jasmine

    Glad to see all is well, if you need stuff from North Korea, south Korea, India, have a look at the site and drop me a note.

    Publication looks gang busters excited to see it on the retina iPad.

    Nayan

  27. 27. Wendy Cain

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine, we are not on the list but I can help out with New Zealand should you ever need one :) Regards, Wendy

  28. 28. Marc-André Pauzé

    March 15, 2012

    Hi

    I have photo stories from Madagascar, the Sahara, a whole summer with my 12 years old son in Morroco backcountry, Quebec’s Nunavik and First nations.

    You can have

  29. 29. Marc-André Pauzé

    March 15, 2012

    Hi

    I have photo stories from Madagascar, the Sahara, a whole summer with my 12 years old son in Morroco backcountry, Quebec’s Nunavik and First nations.

    You can have a look at my website and portfolio:
    http://marcpauze.photoshelter.com/

    Also you can see a short story from my book (the short story is in english but the book is actually in french only)

    http://blog.marcpauze.net/2011/03/16/a-blue-angel-at-the-hassan-ii-mosque/

    Best regards

    Marc-André Pauzé
    Photojournalist and storyteller of humanity

  30. 30. Phil Hill

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I see from your list you mention Perth, Australia. I am based in the city and would be happy to produce some work for you, and will. In the mean time to see the kind of thing I do, here is a recent set I shot in Bali (also worth consideration?):

    http://philhillphotography.photoshelter.com/gallery/Bali-Indonesia/G0000BHNBLzm_vRw/

    Please feel free to contact me to discuss your requirements in more detail:

    philhill philhillphotography com

    +61 488 792 560

    Kindest Regards,

    Phil Hill

  31. 31. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    hi everyone! thank you for all of the submissions. It is very helpful to have links to the work along with your comments. :) please keep them coming!

  32. 32. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    @javier, could you post some links for me? We don’t have specific story ideas yet for those locations, but your photo essays could help shape that. So put an edit together and post the link here, that would be great. Thank you!

  33. 33. Udit Kulshrestha

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    If you are looking for culture based travel work from India, drop in a line.

    wishes’

  34. 34. Drew

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I have a number of series taken in Argentina, Bolivia and Uruguay. Not sure if they’d be exactly what you’re after but please have a look: http://www.drewechberg.com

    Cheers,

    Drew

  35. 35. Milli

    March 15, 2012

    HI Jasmine!
    Not on the list but here are selections I have from:

    Prague-
    http://mapelgren.blogspot.com/2006/03/prague-2005.html

    New Orleans-
    http://mapelgren.blogspot.com/2007/06/new-orleans.html

    Puerto Vallarta-
    http://mapelgren.blogspot.com/2009/07/blog-post.html
    http://mapelgren.blogspot.com/2009/08/blog-post.html
    http://mapelgren.blogspot.com/2009/06/blog-post.html

    But if you want to send me on assignment to Stockholm I will gladly check it out for you:)

    Thanks for the opportunity and all the helpful updates.
    Hope you are doing great and all’s well,
    Milli

  36. 36. Viviana

    March 15, 2012
  37. 37. Johnny Panessa

    March 15, 2012

    Take a look at my website. I got photoessay-worthy images from Northern Vietnam, Peru, The Western Balkans, Bali and Mexico. Please take a look if you are interested. http://johnnypanessaphoto.com/

    Thanks,
    Johnny

  38. 38. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    thanks @johnny and @drew!

  39. 39. Danny Ghitis

    March 15, 2012

    I have a piece from Krakow you might like.

    http://dannyghitis.photoshelter.com/gallery/G0000OwRcWCvjQv4

    Best,
    Danny

  40. 40. Bob Krist

    March 15, 2012

    Hi: Is there any payment involved for the selected essays?

  41. 41. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    @danny, thanks! (and good to hear from you!)

    @bob, yes these images will be licensed for a fee. We have not established a set space rate policy yet but we are competitive with other online magazines and industry standards.

  42. 42. Jasmine

    March 15, 2012

    @marc, @udit, please post links. thanks!

  43. 43. Putu Sayoga

    March 15, 2012

    Hi

    I have a piece from Singapore you might like
    http://eyesonindonesia.photoshelter.com/gallery/Strolling-Around-Singapore/G0000Jb_fT4ufAAU/

    Best,
    Putu Sayoga

  44. 44. Clay Lipsky

    March 15, 2012

    Hey Jasmine,
    I have traveled extensively around the Salton Sea, the largest lake in California, which is a man-made toxic mess and home to some “unique” surroundings.

    http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2243876

    http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1375401

  45. 45. Madhvee Deb

    March 15, 2012

    Hello Jasmine,

    I have some collection of images, capturing the urban story of Singapore. Kindly have a look at the link below:

    http://lenstrail.photoshelter.com/gallery/Singapore/G0000n6JbELCdW1w/

    I am based in Singapore, so I can even get specific images depending your story. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Warmest Regards,
    Madhvee Deb

  46. 46. Aujin

    March 15, 2012

    Hi

    I have images from Cuba, Bolivia, Peru, etc. You can see some of them on my website:

    http://aujin.com

    Best,
    Aujin

  47. 47. Tom White

    March 15, 2012

    Hi,

    I am currently based in Singapore. Are you looking for already completed stories or are you looking to commission work?

    You can view a commission I did for an initiative by the Singapore Tourist Board here:

    http://tomwhitephotography.blogspot.com/2011/10/singapore-international-culinary.html

    A recent travel article for TIME magazine included a couple of my photographs:

    http://tomwhitephotography.blogspot.com/2012/03/time-magazine-singapore-travel.html

    And on my blog are some of my personal shots, street photography etc.

    http://tomwhitephotography.blogspot.com/search/label/Singapore?max-results=20

    Please feel free to get in touch if you are interested in collaborating.

    Thanks,

    Tom.

  48. 48. Luke Duggleby

    March 15, 2012

    Hi,

    Here is a body of work I have recently completed from a province in Northern Ethiopia called Tigray. I know its not on your current list but you seem interested to see other stories as well. Its currently unpublished and available for use.

    You can view it here on my website: http://www.lukeduggleby.com/#/ethiopia/sacred-tigray/_MG_1239

    Or on Vimeo as a 3 minute slideshow with music I put together: http://vimeo.com/37926267

    Please let me know if it is the type of thing you are looking for.

    Luke

  49. 49. Melinda Wright

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine!

    Please have a look at my Shanghai essay.

    Shanghai Diary

    Warmly,
    Melinda

  50. 50. Paul KrungThep

    March 15, 2012

    what are you offering for those stories you are looking for?

  51. 51. AC Dimatatac

    March 15, 2012

    How about work from Southeast Asia specifically Philippines

  52. 52. Tatiana Boyle

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    did you mean Vancouver B.C., Canada? There’s also Vancouver, WA (U.S.A.) just down south from B.C.

    I have a portfolio from Perth, Western Australia.

    Thanks!

  53. 53. Sandip

    March 15, 2012

    If you ever consider Northern Arizona, here is a body of work, i did last winter … https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150494953654414.427938.538634413&type=3

  54. 54. Jessica Sample

    March 15, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I have a lot of photos from St Lucia and St Barts. See here plus I have lots more I can send:

    http://www.jessicasample.com/index.php?/ongoing/caribbean/

    Thanks,
    Jessica

  55. 55. Marc-André Pauzé

    March 15, 2012

    Hello Jasmine

    The comment that is online is not complete as I stumble on my iPhone. I did complete it and send it with links but it says that it waits for moderation. Just in case here’s a few links:

    http://marcpauze.photoshelter.com/gallery/On-the-Northern-Edge-of-the-Climatic-Changes/G0000n9j2s6VrklQ/

    http://marcpauze.photoshelter.com/gallery/Humani-Afrika-Le-livre-eBook/G00009d0Dqa0T9rA/

    http://marcpauze.photoshelter.com/gallery/My-Summer-With-Ali/G0000sOjySLvvtoM/

    http://marcpauze.photoshelter.com/gallery/Anishnabe-Life-on-occupied-territories/G0000pPUTNHzsx7Y/

    http://blog.marcpauze.net/2011/03/16/a-blue-angel-at-the-hassan-ii-mosque/

    Many others galleries are on the website or in preparation. The book Humani Afrika (short stories from my wandering trough Africa) is currently in french but I am working on an english version.

    Thank you

    Marc-André Pauzé
    Photojournalist and storyteller of humanity

  56. 56. Andrew

    March 15, 2012

    A few concerns:
    I just downloaded Travel by Handstand app on my ipad, and it is very difficult to figure out. I tried to find the Pamir in Pictures that you referenced and I can’t find it. The app is so weird to use, its not intuitive at all. It shuts down a lot when trying to look at pictures. The swiping of photos from left to right lacks in response time, its just not very fluid at all.

  57. 57. luka

    March 16, 2012

    hi,
    perhaps you’d be interested in my norway, austria/romania, or bosnia essay – found at
    http://www.lukaknezevicstrika.com/gallery.html (under the names listed)
    or even some of the work of belgrade raw collective i am a member of:
    http://www.belgraderaw.com

  58. 58. Teo

    March 16, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I’m a photographer based in Central Asia. I recently finished a feature on Xinjiang, China’s far western region. The feature was shot entirely on an iPhone, allowing for some wonderfully candid moments. Here’s the link: http://www.theodorekaye.com/xinjiang

  59. 59. Carlos Sanchez Pereyra

    March 16, 2012

    Hello!, I am a photographer based in Barcelona. My work is published in National Geographic Latin America and Travel and Leisure Latin America. Also my work is represented by Getty Images -USA- and Axiom Photo Library -UK-. I have a several European series of photo-stories. Please visit my website http://www.fotouropa.com
    Thanks and adios!… Carlos.

  60. 60. Patrick Laverdant

    March 16, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I am a Mauritian photographer based in Switzerland.
    If needed, you will find on my website intensive pictures of people, landscape, traditional fishing, salt pans activities in Mauritius and Rodrigues island (indian ocean).

    Best Regards

    http://www.patricklaverdant.com

  61. 61. Teo

    March 16, 2012

    I recently completed a feature on Xinjiang, China’s colorful western border region. Inhabited largely by a Turkic, Muslim minority, this desert region is an exotic midpoint for the famed ‘Silk Road’ trade route. I shot the piece on an iphone, which allowed for some wonderfully candid moments. Here is a link: http://www.theodorekaye.com/xinjiang

    If you interested in exotic sports, I have a feature on Buzkashi, the quintessential Central Asian winter sport, a sort of proto-polo played on horseback with a goat carcass: http://www.theodorekaye.com/buzkashi

    Much thanks,

    Teo

  62. 62. Jasmine

    March 16, 2012

    @Andrew, thanks for letting me know about the app crashing, I’ll inform the team. The pamir story is in the ‘exclusives’ tab. Thanks for the feedback, please do keep it coming.

    @Jessica, so great to hear from you! I love your work and hope to use more of it in the future.

    @Paul, we do not have a set space rate policy yet but our licensing fees are in line with industry standards (granted, they are evolving) for iPad and digital publishing. But I think we have paid very fair licensing fees thus far.

  63. 63. Jasmine

    March 16, 2012

    @Tatiana, can you please include a link to your Perth story? And Vancouver, BC. Thanks for asking for a clarification.

  64. 64. Jasmine

    March 16, 2012

    @Melissa, @Sandip, thank you for posting links to your work. I’m looking forward to reviewing it with Handstand’s editorial team.

  65. 65. Gray Quetti

    March 16, 2012

    I have Panama images from Panama City and surrounding areas including the Panama Canal. http://gray.photoshelter.com/gallery/Panama-Travel-2009/G0000k1v5VozPrQc

  66. 66. Jasmine

    March 16, 2012

    @Tom, thanks for all of the links. We are primarily looking for completed essays. Thanks again for commenting!

  67. 67. Jasmine

    March 16, 2012

    @AC, please post links. thanks

  68. 68. Luke Duggleby

    March 16, 2012

    Hi there,

    I have a body of work I recently completed from Northern Ethiopia. The feature documents a beautiful and fascinating province called Tigray. I know you didn’t ask for this country but you seem to want to see other work also.

    To view a selection of images you can view my website: http://www.lukeduggleby.com/#/ethiopia/sacred-tigray/_MG_1239

    Or view a slideshow of images I put together on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/37926267

    It is currently unpublished and available for usage. Let me know if you are interested.

    Thanks

    Luke

  69. 69. Luke Duggleby

    March 16, 2012

    Sorry my previous post appears twice. Was a glitch at this end with disappearing and re-appearing posts. Anyway, alls well now.

  70. 70. Boris Heger

    March 16, 2012
  71. 71. Boris Heger

    March 16, 2012

    Sorry, forgot to say two things for the story – so you get what is on my website :

    PJ leaves by his grandmother because the family house where are his two sisters and brother is too small.
    His mother sometimes give a hand in a nearby hotel and works as a cleaner and cook.

  72. 72. Boris Heger

    March 16, 2012

    Dear Jasmine,
    Kindly passing you a nice story I shot end of last year on the Pacific coast of Colombia. The lead is about a young surfer champion with great capacities who can’t be recognized due to lack of money to travel, but it could be used to show the absolute beauty of this part of the world still very mysterious and unknown, but with a fantastic touristic potential.
    Here below are the main points of the story, which may guide you watching the pics at

    http://boris.viewbook.com/album/colombiapacificcoaststory#1

    Of course I got more context images to submit in case you’d be interested.

    Main points :

    Location : Wonderful and magical Pacific coast of Colombia. A place famous for watching humpback whales during 4 months of the year, with a great natural beauty that results in a enormous touristic potential for the future.

    PJ is a 15 years old surfer. According to local surfers he has the ability to come out first and country’s best if he had the chance to participate to a national contest.

    But he can’t travel, the place he lives is very remote without roads. Any kind of trip is very expensive for his family, who live out of fishing.

    He started surfing aged 7 on a wooden board he made by himself. Since then, he spends his time in the water as much as he can.

    Two years ago, Nemo, the owner of a local hostel and surfer himself, organized a surf competition. First prize was a real board, which PJ won.

    His brother aged 8 also wants to be a surfer. PJ teaches him and made him a wooden board, explaining him how to do it.

    The mother is keen about her children to surf, but the father, a poor fisherman that PJ often helps in his work, would like him to be more serious at school.

    School is more than one hour to go, same to come back. PJ must cross three rivers throwing into the sea. If the tide is high, the rivers get deep and with a lots of current. PJ must have two sets of clothes when he gets to school – one for walking and swimming across the rivers while holding his school bag above his head, and another to attend.

    The Pacific coast is the place from where cocaine shipments leave to close central america, Mexico, or the US on fast boat. Colombian army is present in the area – that maintains security locally, but the traffic goes on. Many of the young friends of PJ are into trafficking. Recently, two of them accepted an offer to drive a loaded boat to Costa Rica, and disappeared. Traffickers often execute people working as mules for them, so they don’t have to pay them and they keep their mouth shut. PJ also had the same offer but refused, he just wants to surf and keep living with his dream – to become a real surf champion and have the opportunity to travel so he can show its strength.

  73. 73. Jasmine

    March 16, 2012

    If you’re not seeing your post right away, it’s because some are being flagged as possible spam. I am unflagging them and then they are appearing.

  74. 74. Matt Nager

    March 16, 2012
  75. 75. Rafael

    March 16, 2012

    Hi. I have put together images of the Andes area abd its culture (Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina).

    http://rafaeldabul.com/clientes/andes/

    Thanks

  76. 76. Barry Walton

    March 16, 2012

    Hello,

    I have a considerable body of work from my trips to Tanzania looking at the people, the landscape, the animals, and birds. Regarding the people shots…these can only be “sold” if the proceeds are returned to the foundation with work with (www.gpfd.org)as our photo release has that condition. I also have travelog style photos from many other locations as well.

    I hope you will consider my work.

    Best regards… Barry

  77. 77. Eric Kruszewski

    March 17, 2012

    Hello Jasmine,

    I kindly wish to share a photo essay on travels throughout Cuba, specifically Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad and the Bay of Pigs. You will see the imagery here:

    http://erickruszewski.com/?linkLocation=Photo%20Other&i=101&Album=cuba&img=1&i=101

    Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

    Best regards,

    Eric Kruszewski

  78. 78. Veronica Hansen

    March 17, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    On my website, there are in-depth travel series on: ‘Eastern Europe’, ‘Peru’, and ‘Spain/Morocco’.
    They can be found, in that respective order, here: http://www.veronicahansen.net/projects

    I’m currently working on a project in the Cambodian province of Kampong Thom. That work may been seen here: http://www.strohlhansen.com/kampong_thom_cambodia/

    Thank you!

    -Veronica Hansen

  79. 79. Ingetje Tadros

    March 18, 2012

    Hi, pls have a look at my Australia (Western Australia) images, hoping you have a change to have a look, thanks in advance.
    http://ingetjetadros.photoshelter.com/gallery-collection/Australia/P0000iaHZm1prPQw
    example: http://ingetjetadros.photoshelter.com/gallery/Aboriginal-Festival-2011/G0000_wnSNB0EjpI/P0000iaHZm1prPQw

    love to do some Aboriginal indigenous work for you, like on Cattle Stations etc etc, loads of ideas!

    let me know, Thanks
    Ingetje Tadros

  80. 80. philipp scholz rittermann

    March 18, 2012

    Dear Jasmine,

    The link I have posted above does not take you to directly to Shanghai, but close. Perhaps it will be of interest.

    I photographed along the course of the Grand Canal which links Beijing to Hangzhou (which is close to Shanghai). It is over 1000 miles long and has been an economic, and cultural engine for millennia. The first stretch was built in 460 B.C.

    Thanks for having a look.

    Philipp

  81. 81. Tom White

    March 18, 2012

    An extract of a larger body work on Shanghai of mine can be seen here:

    http://sombraprojects.com/archive/%E4%B8%8A%E6%B5%B7-shanghai

    The direct download link for the PDF is here:

    http://sombraprojects.com/wp-content/uploads/PDF/Sombra_Projects_004_Shanghai.pdf

    Thanks!

  82. 82. Ashok Sinha

    March 19, 2012

    Hi Jasmine, here’s a link to a feature about the Ecuadorian Andes – http://bit.ly/ecuadorian_andes

    If you need addtl caption info, pls. let me know.

    Thanks!
    Ashok.

  83. 83. Lincoln Phillips

    March 19, 2012

    Well, nothing on your current ‘want’ list, but I do have two bodies of work you may find interesting (I do!)
    Syria 2007 – images made during a Fulbright journey visiting many of the locations now in question ,

    And an ongoing project in southern Italy: Termini – a working class town which overlooks Naples, Capri and the Amalfi caost. Think contrasts: Truly local-locals living in sight of the historic icon of wealth and power-Capri, a symbol of life’s fragility-Vesuvius and the daily trials of a reliance on the tourist trade-Amalfi. I’ll be returning there this May for more..

  84. 84. Ashok Sinha

    March 19, 2012

    Another travel story on the revival of Quito’s centuries-old town center that’s brimming with new life – http://bit.ly/quito_revival. Let me know if you need to see a more extensive edit.

    Thanks!
    Ashok.

  85. 85. Michael

    March 19, 2012

    A look at an Aymara family’s attempt to build a tourism business on the floating islands of Uros in Lake Titicaca, Peru.

    http://www.michaelslewis.com/galleries/perus-uros-islands/

  86. 86. Kathryn Friedman

    March 19, 2012

    Hi Jasmine-

    here are some photos from a recent trip to Colombia. We traveled over 2,000 miles by car.

    http://flic.kr/s/aHsjyDvKgE

    If you’d like further info, photos, please let me know.

    Kathryn
    info kathrynfriedman com

  87. 87. Chris Usher

    March 20, 2012

    Greetings Jasmine,
    Not really sure if it fits your demographic, but I just posted images of Fly Fishing on Christmas Island in the Pacific.
    Great looking magazine! :-)
    Cheers, Chris

  88. 88. Chris Usher

    March 20, 2012

    It appears that the link didn’t post– it is on my facebook page though– one more try

    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150634513034023.396047.639369022&type=3

  89. 89. David Degner

    March 20, 2012

    If you are open to something a little different try my bird photos from Egypt:
    http://www.incendiaryimage.com/projects/portrait-egypt-fancy-pigeon/

    I have a lot more traditional travel work though.

  90. 90. chris

    March 20, 2012

    some photos from my time spent in Mozambique riding in the back of a pickup truck…

    http://www.chrisdavisphoto.com/blog/

  91. 91. Arantxa Cedillo

    March 20, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I hope you are well. I see that you are now looking for in depth travel stories and wanted to let you know that I am currently based in Nepal and have some stories to offer you from Cambodia and Nepal.

    I have send you invitations via Photoshelter:

    The Other Tibet, Nepal
    Uprooted, Cambodia (ongoing project)

    Let me know if any of those are interesting for you.

    Thanks.

    All the best.

    Arantxa Cedillo

    http://www.arantxacedillo.com
    http://pa.photoshelter.com/user/arantxacedillo
    e: arantxa arantxacedillo com
    c: +61(0)405982380 (Australia)

  92. 92. Vincent Demers

    March 21, 2012
  93. 93. Justin

    March 22, 2012

    Here’s a link to a photo essay I shot in October. Tanzania, Africa. http://www.justincarrasquillo.com/10135/393353/gallery/tanzania-botswana-africa

  94. 94. Ahikam Seri

    March 26, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    Please look at http://www.ahikamseri.com
    at ‘Beijing | Shanghai’ in the portfolio section.

    If the work from Shanghai interests you, please drop me a line and I’ll send over a larger edit.

    Cheers

  95. 95. Philipp Engelhorn

    March 27, 2012

    Hey Jasmine,
    thanks for the reminder, i have a couple of stories i could pitch to them, Burma, Micronesia, Hong Kong, and such. Please let me know and i can send you low res.

    Best
    Philipp

  96. 96. Kevin Kerr

    March 29, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,
    Below is a link to a recent story in Ladakh with a brief story outline.
    Best, Kevin

    http://www.kerrphoto.com/Land_of_High_Passes/index.html.

    Ladakh is one of the most remote regions in the world. Located in the northern most state in India, Jammu & Kashmir, high in the Himalayas. With its magnificent mountain scenery and smiling people its clear of snow for only several months a year. The landscape is dotted with Buddhist Monasteries and prayer flags.

  97. 97. Karston Tannis

    March 29, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    Please see the link below for photos from the island of Bequia, located in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The photographs are from a personal project where I wanted to capture the essence of my roots which i had not been to for 19 years.

    http://karstontannis.com/vincy.html

  98. 98. Sandra Jasinoski

    March 29, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    Here is my gallery documenting life in downtown Vancouver:
    http://www.cameralucid.com/vancouver-gallery

    I look forward to your feedback.

    Thanks,
    Sandra

  99. 99. Kevin Kerr

    April 4, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,
    Below is a link from the recent summer story in Finland. All images are from Helsinki, Turku or Aland. Let me know your thoughts. Stay well & talk soon.
    Kevin

    http://www.kerrphoto.com/Finland_Gallery/index.html

  100. 100. Chris Sorensen

    April 11, 2012

    If you’re interested in images from Penang, Malaysia, here’s a gallery from a recent trip there.

    http://www.chris-sorensen.com/penang2

    I also did an extensive street portrait project in Penang documenting the multicultural and religious diversity of the city.

    http://www.chris-sorensen.com/penang

    Regarding cities on your request list, I’ve just returned from Singapore and will have a gallery up shortly. And I’ll be in Shanghai April 21st – 27th.

    Thanks for your consideration.

    Chris

  101. 101. Jasmine

    April 12, 2012

    Thank you everyone for your comments. I wanted to add a bit more information about what we are looking for:

    I’m not just looking for a collection of images from a place. I need something with a story behind it. Perhaps it’s a community of fisherman in a beautiful setting off the coast of spain, or a place in Finland where they weave textiles in an abandoned 100 year old school house (I’m making stuff up).

    Point is, it’s not enough for it to be just a collection of images from one place. Rather, the images need to be tied together with some theme or story.

    Or, they need to be conceptually so unique that the concept or photographic method (wet plate, iphone, etc) is what ties it together.

    I hope this helps

    Jasmine

  102. 102. Hi Jasmine -

    April 12, 2012

    My travel essay is called Summer in the South of France.

    The South of France, pastel colored buildings, medieval historic centers, chateaus, and beautiful and dramatic cliffs overlooking the aqua blue of the Mediterranean Sea. The soft light has been a favorite of artists for years. The French Riviera, from the golden sands of St. Tropez to the markets of Nice, is a playground for the rich and famous, with beautiful weather and great food. Michelle’s story, shot over 2 weeks, captures the essence of the South of France.

    http://www.michellekawka.com/photography/editorial/summer-in-the-south-of-france/

    Thanks !

  103. 103. jayms ramirez

    April 12, 2012

    Hello Jasmine,

    I am a travel/adventure photographer. I have a travel narrative about adventures in Ecuadorian Amazon, while I was doing some work for travel channel.

    my work site is attached.

    best,

  104. 104. Jessica Lowry

    April 12, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    Please find thru this link a story I worked on about Sled Dogging in Northwest Montana. It’s a fun story that I’ve enjoyed shooting in the winter:

    http://jessicalowry.4ormat.com/dogs

  105. 105. Al Argueta

    April 12, 2012

    Note: The current edit is 50 images, which will of course need to be edited down. But that’s where I hope you come in. :-)

    The Road to Ruins

    The Central American countries of Belize and Guatemala share a porous border along one of the largest protected rainforests in the Americas. Nestled in the thick rainforests of Belize’s Chiquibul National Park and Guatemala’s Maya Biosphere Reserve are the remains of some of the grandest cities ever built by the Mayan civilization. Visiting these remote Maya ruins is an adventure, given their remote location and access by rough dirt roads traversing the jungle. Here, a collection of images from a recent expedition into the heart of the jungle. Sometimes it’s more about the journey than the destination, especially when rougher-than-expected roads prevent you from seeing everything you had planned.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/116596847196751118771/OffRoadBelizeAndGuatemala?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCMKjvLe6uLG1mAE&feat=directlink

  106. 106. Emily Shur

    April 12, 2012

    Hi Jasmine!

    I have 2 stores that may work – one is an 8+ yr long project Ive been working on in Japan…king of non-linear, but all from same POV. The other is mainly in Southern California on disguised cell phone towers. Here are the links:

    http://www.emilyshur.com/untitled-japan/view-all/

    http://www.emilyshur.com/nature-calls/view-all/

  107. 107. Stephen Fabes

    April 17, 2012

    Hi Jasmine,

    I am a freelance features writer, photographer, doctor and adventure cyclist. My work has appeared in Bicycle Traveler magazine, 20 Something Travel and Positive News. I have pieces pending in Travelati, Sidetracked and Vagabundo.

    I have a photo essay for your consideration. I have recently been riding through the Andes and have cycled across the Chile – Argentine border ten times on my journey north through South America, choosing the highest and most remote mountain passes on offer. Most of the following photos were taken above 4000 metres altitude –

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyclingthe6/sets/72157629475655674/

    Best regards

    Steve Fabes

  108. 108. RIchard Beaven

    May 7, 2012

    Jasmine,

    Traditional fishing village amidst sprawl of Mumbai, India suburbia – a threatened community.. examples of images here…

    http://richardbeaven.com/#/my-work/bandra-fishing-village-mumbai/P1060783

  109. 109. Kevin Knight

    May 9, 2012

    I’m going to be in Singapore from May 25 through June 7, followed by four days in Bangkok.

    The street food in Singapore is legendary. The photo essay I’m proposing is a day in the life of a street food vendor, also known as a hawker. The story will start at the crack of dawn as the hawker prepares for his busy day–buying fresh ingredients from the wet market, prepping his mise en place, followed by the lunch rush, and finally the cleaning up. Most of these hawkers have been cooking behind a hot stove in a cramped kitchen for decades, often earning $1 to $2 per dish served. It’ll provide a fascinating look into this time-honored, yet back-breaking craft.

    Below are links to Singapore photos I shot for Bon Appetit magazine:

    http://theshutterclick.tumblr.com/post/1401422403/singapore-trip-day-1

    http://theshutterclick.tumblr.com/post/1419917648/singapore-trip-day-3

    http://theshutterclick.tumblr.com/post/1425199448/singapore-trip-day-4

     

  110. 110. Sara Rubinstein

    July 10, 2012

    Series on child Muay Thai (Thai Boxers) in Thailand. http://rubinsteinphoto.com/#/Thai%20Boxing/Thai%20Boxing/1/

  111. 111. Juan Luis Garcia

    July 10, 2012

    Hello Jasmine!

    I visited Cuba as a still photographer on a documentary about a family who left during the revolution and were persuaded by their daughters to return and show them their family roots. During that time I got an intimate view of life in Cuba and self-published a book titled “CUBA Y CUBANS”. It’s been featured on blogs like LENSCRATCH, was awarded “BLURB’s Book of the Month” and have exhibited in gallery shows in the US. Several images from the book were also recently featured in Australian fine art photography magazine “TAKE”.

    You can get a complete preview of the book at:
    http://www.blurb.com/books/2003121

    & on my website:
    http://juanluisgarcia.com/#/Cuba%20Book/Cuba%20y%20Cubans/1/thumbs

    I’d love to hear your thoughts!

    Thank you,
    Juan Luis Garcia

    Direct/ 562.250.7090
    Email/ mail juanluisgarcia com
    Portfolio/ http://www.juanluisgarcia.com
    FB/ http://www.facebook.com/juanluisgarciaphoto

  112. 112. Chris Sorensen

    July 13, 2012

    I just got back from Sri Lanka and have two photo essays for your consideration. One is on the stilt fisherman of Weligama.

    http://www.chris-sorensen.com/stilt-fishing

    And the other is on the tea country up in the mountains near Nuwara Eliya.

    http://www.chris-sorensen.com/tea-country

    Thanks.

  113. 113. Ankur

    August 5, 2012
  114. 114. Lucy Munday

    July 4, 2013

    I have a couple of photo essays in which you may be interested.
    The first is a collection of beautiful images of the coast of the south western tip of Western Australia- Augusta, Busselton etc.
    Another is a photo essay about the Sierra Leone Marathon, hosted by Street Child of Sierra Leone. The images comprise the build up, the event, projects the charity works on, a slum visit and some beautiful landscape scenery.

    I have work available to view at http://www.matadornetwork.com/lucymunday and facebook.com/lucymundayjourneys
    My website is currently under construction.

  115. 115. Dia Holly Hemlock

    September 23, 2013

    Hi, I have a photo essay that covers the Giant Sequoias, including the areas affected by forest fire, the mountains of Eastern california, and the deserts of Nevada. The story is spiritual, personal, and metaphysical.


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