By submitting your work, you get the chance to be showcased in our online exhibitions and on our special Featured Submissions page. In addition, you get the opportunity to be featured in our magazine issues or receive an invitation for a portfolio interview. If you'd like to be featured, you can submit your work by filling in our member-only submission form.
Bi-monthly we organize exhibitions from our open-call submissions. Submit your art photography to get the opportunity to be a part of our online exhibitions.
On our Featured Submissions page, we feature work from the world's very best established and emerging talents. By submitting your work, you get the chance to be showcased on our special Featured Submissions page. In addition, you get the opportunity to be featured in our digital magazine issues.
We're always on the lookout for successful creative photographers for our portfolio section. Artdoc Magazine is looking for authentic photo series with strong concepts, themes and aesthetics. By submitting your work, you get the opportunity to receive an invitation for a portfolio interview.
Our submissions are free of charge for members. To submit your work, we kindly invite you to sign up to Artdoc Photography Magazine to show your support and interest in our magazine. With your subscription, you have access to all our digital issues, articles, and member-only submission forms. You can sign up via our membership page. After you sign up, you will see the submission form on this page.
By submitting your work through this submission form, you always keep the copyrights. With this submission form, you give us permission to publish your images in our online exhibitions, features, issues, social media pages, and in our promotional material such as slideshow videos.
Artdoc is by any means entitled to refuse publication of entries that do not fit within the ethical and aesthetic parameters of the magazine. Offensive images in terms of politics, race, gender and or women’s issues can meet refusal by the board. Explicit nudity and images of overtly submissive postures have the risk of being rejected.