List of Photography Blogs that Accept Guest Posts
Do you have love for photography or you are a photography blogger? Have you been finding ways to spread your thought about photography to the world? If yes! Guest posting is your best bet.
In this post, I will be sharing top 10 photography blogs that will accept your guest post if you can gather the courage to pitch them about your thought.
Top Ranked Photography Blogs that Accept Guest Posts
iHeartFaces is a photography blog owned by photographer, Angie Arthur, and graphic designer, Amy Locurto. The blog is about creativity, learning, inspiration and support, and also about providing opportunity, useful advice, and helping people grow their business and learn more about their hobby (photography).
To submit a guest post at I Heart Faces, visit http://www.iheartfaces.com/how-it-works/submit-a-tutorial/ to find out what the site is looking for, and the requirements for guest posts.
Digital Photography School was founded by Darren Rowse to help digital camera owners maximize the use of their cameras. Digital Photography School hosts basic tips and lessons that are designed for new and fairly experienced users of digital cameras.
Digital Photography School accepts tips and tutorials for various levels digital photographers. Article length should be between 650-2500 words and contain at least 4 original photos related to the subject written on. Other details and requirements can be found on the write-for-digital-photography-school page.
Planet5D is a news channel for photography, filmmaking and video production created by Mitch Aunger. The site covers DSLR video, traditional big-boy video cameras also known as digital cinema cameras, smart phones, GoPro cameras, Filmmaking, behind-the-scenes of filmmaking, and photography.
For guest posts, Planet5D put the source at the beginning of the post and also gives proper credit and a link to the author’s site. To write to Planet5D, fill out the form on the page at http://www.blog.planet5d.com/about/contact/ and you will be contacted by the founder within 24 hours.
Steve Sanders created this blog to share his love for photography and over 29 years of experience in photography.
Steve’s Digicams seeks to introduce readers to the world of digital photography and inspire others to do the same. It conducts reviews that cater for everyone, ranging from first time digital camera users to seasoned photographers. The site boasts of over 130,000 registered users in its discussion forums with a wealth of information contained in over a million posts.
Guest posts to Steve’s Digicams are credited to the author at the end of each article, and get seen by over 800,000 unique visitors every month. The site accepts articles, tutorials, inspiration, and round ups. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
Photo Tips Online is run by a small group of photography enthusiasts from California. It is an independent website dedicated to giving unbiased and comprehensive reviews of photography equipment of various kinds, with focus is on hot shoe flashes and their accessories.
Although the current focus of the site is on lighting, Photo Tips Online accepts content on anything related to the world of photography. Content is required to be original and exclusive to Photo Tips Online, should contain at least one original photo for a tip, and 4 product images (minimum) for a review.
Other criteria are outlined in the write-for-us page of the site. If interested, send an email of your article’s idea to email@example.com
Photo Poly was created with the mission to help photographers at all levels (both amateurs and professionals) to get the most of their cameras with tips and tutorials. To write a guest post, send your pitch via the contact page of the site.
Fashion Photography Blog has grown to become one of the topmost educational resource media for fashion in the world! The site provides coveted information about the often secretive and highly guarded fashion photography world to young photographers.
Fashion Photography Blog prides itself in revealing privileged information and insider secrets about the technical and business aspects of fashion photography. The blog accepts tips and tutorials for beginner, intermediate and advanced fashion photographers-anything related to fashion photography (including post production). More guidelines are available on the contribute page of the blog.
Photo Doto was originally founded by John Watson in March 2006. The philosophy of the site is to build a strong community of people who are willing to learn and improve their skills and passion in photography.
There are four main areas that is covered on Photodoto, and you should ensure that the topic you have in mind for a guest post fits one of them. They are; Inspiration, Photography Tips and Techniques, Gear, and Post Production. Get in touch with the Photo Doto team with your guest post via firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn My Shot is an online photography community that is devoted to providing its visitors with the means with which to learn, share and discuss matters relating to photgraphy.
Members of the site are granted access to a vast lesson library, have the ability to ask questions, share their thought, provide help if possible and get photography advice. Interested in putting up a guest post on Learn My Shot? Visit http://learnmyshot.com/partner-with-us/submit-photography-guest-post/
Photo Aspects was started with the goal of discussing the ups and downs of the photography profession, how to avoid common mistakes people make while starting out, and the trends in photography.
The site also talks about photography economics, cameras, about backup systems for images, night photography, and any other topic of interest. Visit the write-for-us page on the site at http://www.photoaspects.com/write-for-us/ for the guidelines on how to submit a guest post.