YourDailyPhotograph.com is constantly seeking new photographs to present for sale to its list of collectors. Anyone can submit.
I am a photographer, please explain how I can sell my work on your service.
To submit to the YourDailyPhotograph.com, create an artist account (at YourDailyPhotograph.com/in) and then submit your works. It's not difficult and the system will tell you what you need to send us.
How does this work?
Subscribe to our collector list (YourDailyPhotograph.com) to get a feel of pricing and materials we present. This email is sent every day to our collectors, and relies on good material from emerging artist/photographers.
What does it cost me to submit?
There are no fees or charges to submit.
How do I get notified of contests and submission calls?
Once you have created an artist account, you will be subscribed to our artist list that will send notifications of these opportunities. Again, there are no fees or charges to submit.
Where are all of the terms and conditions (the fine print)?
Our program is pretty straightforward, please see our Terms and Conditions.
How and when do I get paid for prints sold?
We pay in very standard gallery terms, please see our Terms and Conditions for details.
I had a photograph accepted and it ran in the Daily but didn't sell.
First, congratulations! Only a small percentage of what is submitted makes it into the Daily. Do not be disheartened, lots of very good photographs don't find buyers. We recommend you submit a few images every month or so. Remember that we rarely run the same artist again within 30 days.
One of my photographs was purchased. Do you have any recommendations how to ship it to you?
Excellent news. Shipping is a very important part of the process that is often overlooked. Many photographs get damaged on their way to us due to poor preparation and packing. Remember it is your responsibility to get us your print undamaged. It's always best to put your print in a clear plastic bag to keep it clean. It's best to ship prints flat (unless they are very large). Use LOTS of cardboard to make sure the package cannot bend. This means around 3 or 4 pieces of stiff cardboard on each side of the print. Cut the cardboard 3 inches or so larger that the print in each dimension, and tape the plastic bag with the print to one of the cardboard pieces. Stack the rest of the cardboard up and tape it all very securely together. The U.S. Postal service is brutal handling prints and increases the change of damage or loss. We recommend UPS or FedEx Ground, and ask for a signature at the delivery point.
When you are submitting your image to our system,
here are common mistakes to avoid:
- Having any random character in an image file name you want to upload (%#*&, etc)
- Forgetting to enter a code if you are submitting for a certain project or guest curator