The Photoblog Alliance is a collaboration of international photographers with images posted in a blog format. We are a collective, some with photo blogs and some without. If you have a website already, the Alliance is a great venue for you to submit your images and drive traffic to your portfolio or blog. If you don’t have the time, energy, or technical skills to run your own blog or website, this is one way for you to consistently display your work in a professional way.
All serious photographers are invited to submit images and photo articles to the blog. We have an open policy for submissions, and each image is seen and prepared by the blog editor. You can use our easy submission form to upload a photograph with the appropriate information. If you would like to find out more about submitting images, please see our submission guidelines.
The Photoblog Alliance is, first and foremost, a community of photographers. We work together to help one another out with our photography. By utilizing everyone’s social networks, we can reach more audiences with our photography and blogs. We believe that this type of viral marketing will be more useful in the end than any paid efforts. It will garner more visits, pageviews, and (hopefully) interest in your prints or services. Thanks for visiting the Photoblog Alliance. We hope that you join us and follow the blog. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please contact us.
Meet the Editor
The editor of the Photoblog Alliance is J Brian Haferkamp, an American photographer. Brian has enjoyed photography for nearly 15 years. He’s taken pictures all over the world–from tiny mountainside villages of Asia to the grand skylines of New York. He has a passion for photography and travel and understands how difficult it can be to gain exposure. He created the Photoblog Alliance to provide a place where photographers can help one another gain the exposure needed to establish and maintain a career in photography. He lives in Seoul but calls Chicago home.
The opinions and images displayed at the Photoblog Alliance do not necessarily reflect the opinions and values of the editor or other contributors. Controversial images and topics will be decided upon on an individual basis. All posts will be judged on their merit to the Photoblog Alliance community and the greater community of photographers and site visitors.