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Discover Trinidad & Tobago open photo call 2017

Discover Trinidad & Tobago open photo call 2017

It’s that time of year again! As always, we at Discover Trinidad & Tobago invite all advanced and professional photographers – both our regular contributors and those we’ve never worked with – to submit their portfolios and/or latest photos to be considered for publication in our 2018 issue (#29).

The details

We’re looking for fresh, dynamic photographs of both Trinidad and Tobago (people, places, culture, and experiences).

  • Info sheet: view or download all the details of the photo call in our info sheet here
  • Deadline: submissions must be made by 31st May
  • Get in touch: if you have any other questions, give us a shout via our contact form found here.

Two other things to note

  1. even if your photo isn’t chosen for this year’s publication, we’ll at least have your information and your photos on file for future issues of both Discover T&T and Caribbean Beat magazine, as well as for our other publications
  2. this is not a photo competition, nor is any special invitation required to submit! It’s an opportunity for established and emerging photographers to be have their work published, and to be compensated for that work.

So spread the word. We look forward to hearing from you!

Discover Trinidad & Tobago Photo Call 2017

Caroline is an editor and staff writer at MEP. She is also on MEP’s board of directors, and moonlights as an actor, singer, and director. She’s passionate about telling stories – on the page, on the stage, on screen – and in particular about documenting Caribbean lives and events. She’s currently trying to master unplugging from her iLife… For more: http://www.carolinetaylor.info.