Blog Submission Guidelines

There are multiple ways to submit.  We would like to keep submissions to two images per person per week. Those images that best illustrate the week’s message will be chosen for the feature.  Please submit your image(s), along with your personal or business social media link(s), using one of the following methods:

  • Send a link to your publicly posted image from a social media account that permits direct shares, like Facebook or Flickr.  You can send the link to our Facebook page or e-mail address photography@watermancenter.org

  • Share to our Waterman Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/WatermanCenter/

  • E-mail the photo directly to photography@watermancenter.org

  • Submit your photos to the WatermanBlog Flickr Group

  • Share via DropBox to our e-mail address, photography@watermancenter.org

  • Please send questions about any other submission methods, or any other questions about the blog, to our photography@watermancenter.org e-mail address.

  • Be sure to tag your public posts on our Facebook page with #watermanblog.

  • If an image was captured at a Waterman site, please note the location.

  • Photos can be captured using any type of equipment but must be submitted in digital format.

  • Image resolution should be at least 1080 pixels on the long edge.

  • Sharing your own story behind the image is optional.  If your image is included we may quote you in the blog with appropriate credit.

  • Please don't forget to include a link to your social media account so that our readers can view more of your photography.

Image Copyrights

You retain the copyright to your images.  All images will only be used as indicated herein and will not be used by Waterman or anyone else for any other purpose.  Images with unobtrusive, corner copyrights are absolutely fine but no watermarks please.  By submitting your images you are confirming that own the copyright for the image.

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