Don’t Take Pictures exists to showcase the work of emerging photographers. In addition to publishing photographers in print, and online in our monthly columns, we also publish online quarterly exhibitions.
We look to trees as symbols of places and ideas; be it a Japanese bonsai tree, the redwoods of California, or tropical palms. We plant trees in memorial for those who have passed for their strength and longevity. Trees embody the fortitude of nature as well as the forest primeval. From twisted roots that push through concrete sidewalks, to manicured branches in yards and city parks, to overgrown woodlands, Don’t Take Pictures seeks photographs of trees both wild and tame, and our interactions with them.
The exhibition will be published online from November 25 – February 23
Deadline: November 22
- 72 dpi
- No less than 1024 pixels and no more than 1500 pixels on the longest side.
Email up to three photographs to:
firstname.lastname@example.org with "Roots and Branches" in the subject line
Include your name, title of photograph, and a link to your website (if applicable). Ex: Kat Kiernan, Untitled, www.katkiernan.com