February 15, 2018

Submission Call: Carbon Copy #26

By admin In Blog, Carbon Copy

Carbon Copy plans to publish 3 digital editions per year and one special printed edition – 4 editions in total per annum. We will be accepting submissions for all editions and are currently putting out a submission call for Issue #26, which will be released in digital editions only on the Apple App Store as well as a downloadable PDF. Feel free to sign up for our Newsletter for latest info on releases, submission calls and special offers/discounts etc.

Submission deadline for Issue #23: March 12th, 2018
Release date: March 30th, 2018
Moodboard: See our last issue HERE for the general aesthetic of the magazine

Please read the requirements below before submitting:

Please submit all stories in either low-res JPG or PDF formats via email and include full team credits and a summary of any fashion used (ie. Fashion includes Tommy Hilfiger, Loewe, Calvin Klein, Vintage etc). We are open to fashion editorials (both menswear & womenswear), portrait series, music features, designer/label features and model profiles providing they fit the aesthetic of Carbon Copy. We are committed to diverse content and contributors from all over the world are welcome.

Our typical response time will be within 48 hours for stories that fit our aesthetic but due to the sheer volume of submissions we receive daily, we may only respond if we’re interested in your work.

Terms
1. When you submit you agree to our layout design and cropping if accepted into the issue.
2. You agree that no images are to be shared before the official preview or release of the issue without discussing with us first.
3. You will credit the magazine and all involved in all social media posts.

Reasons for rejections
Poor title, theme, or concept
Poor lighting, image quality, or composition
Model(s) do not fit our aesthetic
Lack of proper credits

Please send all submissions to nathan@ccmag.eu and CC in info@ccmag.eu

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Our last cover (CC#25) with Benji Staker at Vision LA photographed by Chad Pickard

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