Just a short note to extend an offer to submit a tip/tutorial or article to the Digital Photography School Blog.
I’m heading away later in the week for a few days on business and would love to feature some of the wisdom of the wider DPS community while I’m gone.
What I’m looking for:
You guest posts here on the blog need not be long or particularly in depth. What I’m mainly looking for is helpful and practical tips on any aspect of digital photography. It could cover anything including on composition, post production/photoshopping, photography gear (buying or using it), landscapes, portraits, sports photography, beginner tips etc
You could also submit a ‘case study’ where you walk us through how you took or processed a shot.
The main thing I do like to always include is at least one image to give the post a visual point of interest – but apart from that it could be long, short or almost any form that you’d want to do it in.
Of course I’d like it to be well written and as helpful as possible – but really it could be something quite simple.
In return you’ll get a link to your photoblog, blog, flickr account, business (we have a readership of around 50,000 visitors a day at the moment – including RSS subscribers) and the satisfaction of knowing you’ve helped thousands of people improve their digital photography.
Interested? Simply shoot me an email via our Contact Form. Include your name, website/flickr account (if you have one) and the subject you want to write on and I’ll get back to you whether I think it’s something we can use.
Update – I should have mentioned that I can only use new tips/tutorials. If you’ve already published one elsewhere then I’ll need to pass as I don’t want to get into ‘duplicate content’ problems with Google (who can penalize for publishing the same thing in multiple places).