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[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: SSL Certificates Back to top

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Apologies for the recent downtime on fotoLibra. All is explained on today's fotoLibra Pro Blog which we hope will interest you. Please comment if you like — we'd love your feedback.

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[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: A Picture Library Charging For Pictures? Whatever Next? Back to top

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There's a new posting on the fotoLibra Pro Blog today which we hope will interest you. Please comment if you like — we'd love your feedback.

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2018-01-01 PICTURE CALL Istanbul Photo Awards 2018 Back to top

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Istanbul Photo Awards 2018

Minimum pixel dimensions: 6000x4050
Landscape, Portrait, Square, Panorama; colour or B&W
Deadline: Monday, January 1, 2018; 12:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Istanbul Photo Awards 2018 picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.
 
The Istanbul Photo Awards may be the largest annual cash awards for a photographic competition currently running, with $149,000 to be shared between the winning photographers in eight categories.

If you want to submit any of your photographs please upload them to fotoLibra in the usual way by 20180101 and add 'ISTPHOTOAWARDS' to your keywords.

Photographs must have been taken in 2017 (between 20170101 and 20171231).

The categories are
  • news single (one shot)
  • news story (series of shots)
  • sports single
  • sports story
  • nature & environment single
  • nature & environment story
  • portrait single
  • portrait story
In each category, the first prize will be $8,000, second $5,000 and third $3,000, except for News Single, where the first prize is $10,000 and will be awarded Photo of the Year.

An additional $3,000 Young Photographer award will be given to a winner under the age of 28.

There is no entry fee.

Last year there were almost 25,000 submissions to the contest, and 22 photographers from 17 countries received awards.

The quality is outstanding — before deciding whether to enter please check out the competition. Here are the winners from previous years.

Come on, if you think you're hard enough!
 

All submissions must have the necessary IPTC metadata embedded into photographs such as: title, description, creation date, city and country.
No digital manipulation or any kind of Photoshop effects are allowed, only basic colour corrections.
Photographers must be the copyright owner of the submitted photographs.

Kind regards,

Jacqui Norman

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September, 30 Commercial Classics 2019 Submit View Submissions Read Full Brief
2017-09-30 PICTURE CALL Inns Of Distinction 2019 Back to top

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Inns of Distinction 2019

Minimum pixel dimensions: 3500 x 2500
Landscape; colour
Deadline: Saturday, September 30, 2017; 12:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Inns of Distinction 2019 picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

While you're enjoying your travels through glorious Britain this summer, keep an eye out for stunning pubs and inns. Each year a UK publisher comes looking for 12 beautiful images for this calendar.
 
Of course they won't just want summery photographs, so please upload images taken in spring, autumn and winter too. As always, blue skies and sun will be preferred! Please remember to include full location details in your keywords – town/village, county, country etc. – to help the researchers.
2017-09-30 PICTURE CALL Commercial Classics Calendar 2019 Back to top

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Commercial Classics 2019

Minimum pixel dimensions: 3500 x 2500 NB – print size is 340mm wide by 230mm high.
Landscape; colour
Deadline: Saturday, September 30, 2017; 12:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Commercial Classics 2019 picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

In the next two to three months the publisher of this ever-popular classic trucks calendar will be making their selection of 12 images for the 2019 edition.
 
Last year they chose the following vehicles to be featured in the 2018 calendar:
  • Routemaster Single Decker
  • International Model 330
  • 1933 ERF C16
  • Scammell Junior Constructor 6X4. UXC 611
  • 1952 Morris Z Type Van
  • 1956 Austin A.40 Devon Van TNK800
  • Thornycroft Steam Wagon
  • 1975 Bedford Showman's Special
  • Model T Dropside Truck
  • Foden 6-ton C-type Wagon
  • Scammell Gardner renovated Truck
  • 1935 AEC Mammoth Major BBP425

And for the 2017 calendar they picked:

  • Guy Otter Lorry
  • Morris Commercial Ice Cream Van
  • Jowett Van 1948
  • 1959 Bristol Lodekka at Crosby Garrett
  • 1927 Burrell Gold Medal Tractor
  • Foden Lorry
  • 1923 Aveling & Porter Steam Roller
  • 1971 AEC Mercury vintage artic, CHA637K
  • 1950 Austin K8 PSV coach, MRL765 on show
  • Overseas Removals Michael Gerson Morris Commercial Van
  • Scammell Explorer 6x6 Tractor
  • Morris Commercial R Type
While they don't want to see the same models, of course they won't mind the same makes. We would like to see new photography that the researcher will not have seen before on fotoLibra.

And a word of advice — top quality images showing the truck in isolation are much more likely to be selected for use than those showing bits of other vehicles parked alongside. This means taking extra care at shows or exhibitions, as does avoiding people who insist on creeping into the frame at just the wrong moment. Bright colours and a sunny day make images stand out.
 
Please make sure you include the words classic commercial vehicle in your keywords.
[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: BOO-HOO Back to top

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Do you think that photographers are undervalued and underpaid? So do we, and there's a new posting on the fotoLibra Pro Blog today which we hope will interest you. Please comment if you like — we'd love your feedback. And please respond on the blog site, as we won't see any replies to this email.

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2017-06-13 PICTURE CALL Land Girls Back to top

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Land Girls

Minimum pixel dimensions: 3000x4000
Portrait, Square; colour or B&W
Deadline: Tuesday, June 13, 2017; 10:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Land Girls picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

A book publisher is looking for photographs – both real archival images from the era and recreations – of a young woman in a field or farmyard. She can either be dressed in land girl clothes or in a tea dress of the time, perhaps in a pretty rural garden. It could be anything really, just a beautiful shot that says: woman, 1940s/WW2 England, maybe with a hint of mysteriousness.

This will be used on a fiction title cover.

[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: fotoLibra on Instagram Back to top

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There's a new posting on the fotoLibra Pro Blog today which we hope will interest you. Please comment if you like — we'd love your feedback.

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Gwyn Headley

[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: Account Number & Sort Code — An Awful Warning Back to top

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There's a new posting on the fotoLibra Pro Blog today which we hope will interest you. Please comment if you like — we'd love your feedback.

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[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: Tergiversation Back to top

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[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: Pricing and Human Nature Back to top

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Merry Christmas! from fotoLibra Back to top

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We can see two castles* from fotoLibra's head office: Harlech Castle, built by the English, and Criccieth Castle, built by the Welsh. For our Christmas greetings this year please accept this beautiful virtual reality creation of Criccieth Castle in the snow, by the very talented team at Vivid Virtual Reality.

Happy Christmas! Nadolig Llawen!

Vivid Virtual Reality's Criccieth Winter Wonderland

Criccieth Castle Winter Wonderland
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yP1S3wMeHiQ

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Gwyn, Yvonne and the fotoLibra Team


*Two more than most offices, we imagine.

[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: Possible outage next week Back to top

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2016-07-21 PICTURE CALL Living And Learning Back to top

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Living And Learning

Minimum pixel dimensions: 3000 x 2000
Landscape, Portrait, Square; colour or B&W
Deadline: Thursday, July 21, 2016; 12:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Living And Learning picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

An extensive range of images are needed by an educational publisher - there should be something for everyone here!

Unit 1
1.1    Emma Watson speaking at HeforShe conference
1.2    Garbine Muguruza, on the court but suitably clothed (i.e. no bare shoulders),  (alternatively Novak Djokavic/Nico Rosberg)
1.3    Leonardo Di Caprio clutching an Oscar
1.4    a photographer/artist/writer involved in their job/hobby
1.5    a voluntary worker/someone involved in a charity fundraising event
1.6    an athlete training, should not be obvious whether this is an elite or an amateur athlete, i.e. could be a keen amateur
1.7    a person giving a talk (ted talk looking)
1.8    people trying to learn a language in a classroom (a language that Western Europeans would find challenging, e.g. Japanese/Mandarin, Korean, Arabic)
1.9    someone trying to entertain/teach a group of young children, although they shouldn’t look too professional about it
1.10    Michael Jordan, with some background/context that helps students to work out who he might be
1.11    Akio Morita (founder of Sony), with some background/context that helps students to work out who he might be
1.12    Stephen King, with some background/context that helps students to work out who he might be

Unit 2  
2.1    Three or four photos illustrating relationships – e.g. ‘blended’ family, showing parents and children with step-children, single parent (male or female) with young child, group of young men/women in a social situation (avoid alcohol and other taboos), people on some kind of team-building event, e.g. dragon boating or similar – could be work colleagues, or they could be another group – it would be good to have some ambivalence so there is something for students to discuss in relation to question: What do you think is the relationship between the people in the pictures?
2.5    photo of a hearing dog with owner
2.6    photo of person whose job it is to work with animals e.g. someone working at wildlife reserve/safari
2.7    photo of an eagle vs a drone
2.8    a black vulture in flight
2.9    photo of an orangutan with its baby
2.10    photo of a sea lion (if we can find a NZ equivalent i.e. New Zealand sea lion, that would be good)

Unit 3  
3.1    Someone relaxing on holiday at the beach or in the countryside. Could be reading a book, listening to music or just enjoying the view.  Person should be in their twenties and dressed appropriately (no bare arms/legs/swimsuits).
3.2    Sightseeing in Barcelona (or similar but not London), tourists vying to take photo of same landmark. Please avoid churches and other religious buildings
3.5    Young backpackers aged around 18-25 arriving at a hostel or walking down a typical backpacker spot like Koh San / Khaosan road in Bangkok. The backpackers should be in an obviously non-European destination. Should look like they're having an adventure. Dressed appropriately no bare arms or legs.
3.8    Photo of Muara Kuin, Indonesia
3.11     image from the Tate Sensorium - ideally a visitor looking at a painting and eating chocolate supplied as part of the exhibit
3.14    Tourists in a souk in Muscat (or similar).
3.15    photo of people in audience at an outdoor theatre e.g. Siracusa/Syracuse in Sicily, Minack Theatre in Cornwall, opera in Verona, or at a cultural festival - country where it is taking place is not important. This will act as springboard to question: what might the people be learning about the country’s culture, and how they might be feeling?
3.16    Tourists at a street festival abroad (NOT RELIGIOUS). For example, the New Year's water festival in Southeast Asia (please avoid photos with scantily-dressed people), or the Fallas fiesta in Valencia. Photo to go with exercise 'Look at photographs 1, 2 and 3. They show people trying different cultural experiences abroad. What might these people be learning about the country's culture? How might they be feeling?'
3.17    Image of a tuk tuk
3.18    Photo of young person or people aged 18-25 travelling by boat in Venice. This will act as springboard to questions: What are the benefits of travelling in this way? How might the people be feeling?
3.19    People travelling by camel
3.20    Banksy's Dismaland or one of his more famous pieces such as the girl with the balloon. If photo of Dismaland, best if it's something that's not controversial, e.g. people queuing outside

Unit 4  
4.1    photo of Cesare Pavese
4.2    photo of Coco Chanel
4.3    photo of Kahlil Gibran
4.4    photo of Arsene Houssaye
4.5    photo of a child’s first day at school
4.6    photo of a child’s birthday party
4.7    photo of a child playing in the woods
4.8    photo of riding a bike
4.9    photo of new Star Wars characters
4.10    photo of model(s) in 90s style clothing
4.11    photo of a retro car
4.12    a photo of a very cluttered or ‘bohemian’ house interior
4.13    photo of a minimalist house interio
4.14    photo of a ‘whacky’ house interior
4.15    photo of a traditional house interior
4.16    photo of Hong Kong – a suitable view to illustrate the phrase ‘beautiful urban architecture’
4.17    photo of the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
4.18    an illustrative photo of a residential farmhouse (exterior), that could be used for a residential course, but which is on the outskirts of a town

Unit 5  
5.1    photo of a person getting into or out of a company car
5.2    photo of a group of students together on campus
5.3    photo of a young person who can be clearly identified as an intern
5.4    PHOTO OR CARTOON-STYLE AW of young adult taking a driving test looking very stressed, with a serious looking driving instructor in the passenger seat
5.5    photo of one or more members of a lifeboat rescue crew
5.6    photo of a power line worker or high-rise construction worker
5.7    photo of a celebrity’s bodyguard
5.8    photo of some people ice-skating as a leisure activity
5.9    photo of an extreme sport like skydiving, parkour or bungee jumping
5.10    photo of a team sport that involves physical contact (preferably showing a rougher moment in a game), like football, rugby, or American football – amateurs playing the game rather than a professional match
5.11    photo of someone walking on crutches
5.12    photo of someone with a headache
5.13    photo of Lizzy Hawker, ultra-marathon runner preparing for a race or mid-race or at the finishing line
5.14    photo of an outdoor gym (adult playground) with people using it

Unit 6  
6.1    a photo showing 3D printing, illustrating an area where changes have occurred in the last few decades (6.1-6.4 are a collective group of photos)
6.2    a photo of a young child using an iphone; illustrating an area where changes have occurred in the last few decades
6.3    a photo showing virtual reality; illustrating an area where changes have occurred in the last few decades
6.4    a photo representng GM foods illustrating an area where changes have occurred in the last few decades
6.5    two photos (6.5-6.6) showing different aspects of the gaming industry, e.g.
a photo showing a person (or more people) playing a game in their homes wearing headphones and communicating with each other as they play
6.6    a photo showing a game being designed/developed
6.7    one of two photos depicting citizen journalism either in different situations, or in different stages such as the filming and then the spreading of the news
6.8    As 6.7 - the different photo
6.9    photo of crowds queueing outside Madison Square Gardens, or of an audience, of teens/20s, waiting in anticipation of a show/presentation starting
6.10    photo illustrating topic of online news vs printed newspapers: a photo depicting the filming/photographin of an event
6.11    photo illustrating topic of online news vs printed newspapers: a photo, e.g. on a train, showing a discarded newspaper and people reading their smartphones/tablets

Unit 7   
7.1    photo/illustration of Kierkegaard
7.2    photo of author Zadie Smith
7.3    photo of Bob Marley
7.4    photof Albert Camus (French philosopher)
7.5    photo of an electric car plugged into a charging station
7.6    photo of an installation of an irrigation system on agricultural land
7.7    photo of a recycling centre with several different bins for the various types of waste
7.8    photo of large-scale tree planting to repopulate a forest
7.9    photo of solar panels on a housing estate-type block of flats (rather than on a middle-class house)
7.10    photo from the UN’s WASH programme e.g. showing a successful water supply project
7.11    a publicity shot from The Martian – preferably one of those showing Matt Damon as Watney standing on the surface of Mars (or doing something active) rather than a close-up

Unit 8 
8.1 to 8.4  Four photos of pairs of eyes portraying a range of different emotions – please crop so only area around eyes is presented:
8.1    a close-up of eyes of an angry person
8.2    a close-up of eyes of a nervous/worried person 
8.3    a close-up of eyes of a happy person
8.4    a close-up of eyes of a sad or pensive person
8.5    close up of a Maori face during Powhiri
8.6    expressionless face of a geisha
8.7    slumped, bored looking teens in a lecture
8.8    male in business suit with cheesy grin, extending hand to shake
8.9    a photo of biometric scan
8.10    photo of a person writing a letter or postcard
8.11    photo of Snapchat/WhatsApp, with or without someone using it
8.12    photo of someone Facetiming
8.13    photo of several people in a meeting
8.14    photo of a person delivering a lecture to an audience
8.15    photo of people having an argument
8.16    conceptual photo to show communication, or lack of it, e.g. person facing camera, wearing headphones, surrounded by a crowd who are blurred by exposure speed

Unit 9    
9.1    a photo of a group of neon billboards
9.2    a close up of a Manchester City football strip – if worn by player, crop face so image doesn’t age. Current sponsorship deal lasts until 2022
9.3    a photo of a celebrity endorsing a product
9.4    a logo on a product
9.5    a guerrilla marketing campaign – e.g. McDonald’s coffee pot lamppost
9.6    photo of Louboutin shoes on display in window
9.7    a photo of a graduation
9.8    a photo depicting luxury travel
9.9    photo of someone depositing money via mobile phone, preferably to show M-pesa system in Kenya
9.10    photo of someone paying cash in a taxi, the context is Vancouver so photo should not contradict that
9.11    a photo (if possible) from Kickstarter > ShakeYourPower

Unit 10    
10.1    photo of an electronic study of the brain, showing different areas in colours representing its functioning
10.2    photo of a person multi-tasking, related to study
10.3    photo of a young child doing some type of formative activity, e.g. putting something together
10.4    a photo of students in a lecture hall to denote university study
10.5    a photo of university students working in a lab
10.6    a photo of some students learning ‘on the job,’ e.g. hairdressing or car maintenance
10.7 to 10.9  Three photos depicting teaching skills:
10.7    photo of a person teaching children how to bake/draw, to illustrate ‘tactile’ learning style
10.8    photo of a person teaching children how to swim, or another activity for learning, to show kinaesthetic learning style
10.9    photo of young children sitting in a classroom listening to a story with picture book or a presentation of language or numbers to show visual learning style
10.13    a photo of a classroom of young children e.g. 4-5 yrs old. The classroom is cluttered with posters, equipment, colours, etc. The children can be doing different things, some are talking, etc. – it should give the impression of functional but slightly distracted/over-stimulated students
10.14    a photo of a classroom of young children e.g. 4-5 yrs old. The classroom is free from clutter, attractive but without a lot of stimulating additions. If possible, the children are sitting in groups and there is a computer/tablet per group. If not, just working around tables is fine. The children are working and there is a feeling of concentration
10.15    photo illustrating the boom in TV talent shows around the world, e.g. X-Factor, The Voice, ‘X’ Got Talent, MasterChef, Bake-off, Artist of the Year, etc.
[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: Real people Back to top

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There's a new posting on the fotoLibra Pro Blog today which we hope will interest you. Please comment if you like — we'd love your feedback.

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[fotoLibra Blog] A post of interest: How to transform your photographs into a book you will treasure forever Back to top

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Our first ever guest posting appears on the fotoLibra Pro Blog today. We hope it will interest you. Please comment if you like — we'd love your feedback.

It's a blog by our friends at Bob Books, with a very special offer to fotoLibra contributors.

All the best,

Gwyn Headley

 

2016-05-03 PICTURE CALL Brazil & Yunnan Back to top

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Brazil & Yunnan

Minimum pixel dimensions: 3000x4000
Landscape, Portrait, Square; colour
Deadline: Tuesday, May 3, 2016; 12:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Brazil & Yunnan picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

The travel section of a major national newspaper in the UK is looking for the following high-quality images:

1. Brazil and the Gold Trail
From Ouro Preto down through Ibitipoca to Paraty.
The picture must have some or all of the following: Gold, Green, Sun, Sea, Person, Boat

2. Yunnan Province, China
The picture must have some or all of the following: Mountains, Tea Horse Road, Person, Sun, Temples
2016-04-17 PICTURE CALL Unesco Natural Sites Back to top

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UNESCO Natural Sites

Minimum pixel dimensions: 5000 x 3500
Landscape; colour
Deadline: Sunday, April 17, 2016; 16:00 GMT
Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

These images are needed for use in a 2017 Calendar for a Japanese bank. They are looking for absolutely stunning photographs of beautiful natural locations around the globe which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They should also depict a range of the four different seasons - as you'd expect for a calendar!

Please note that they are not looking for cultural or built heritage at all.

They have stated specifically that they will use images from just one photographer so, like our recent Flower picture call (we're still awaiting a decision on that) we would like you to create a collection of suitable photographs of these UNESCO sites and then email a link to your collection to me. You can do this from your Manage Collections page where you'll find the email button next to the new collection.

Please title the collection using your name then 'UNESCO Nature 2017'. Do not submit individual images through the usual picture call system; we can only submit individual photographers' collections.

The printed image area for the calendar is big – circa 420 x 270mm, so please do not include image files with dimensions smaller than the 5000 x 3500 pixels shown above, and do not submit portrait format images.

Apologies for the short leadtime. We have remonstrated with the bank's agent over this to no avail, but the lucky photographer stands to earn £800 - £1000 / $1140 - $1420 / €1010  - €1260.

2016-04-14 PICTURE CALL Johan Cruyff Back to top

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Johan Cruyff

Minimum pixel dimensions: 3500 x 2500
Landscape, Portrait, Square; colour or B&W
Deadline: Thursday, April 14, 2016; 12:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Johan Cruyff picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

If you're mad about football, you may have a hidden archive of images of Cruyff. At least that's what a magazine editor is hoping. They are looking for any photographs from the great player's life - historic pictures from his young days, shots of him at home, with family and friends, match photos, anything at all.

Please trawl your portfolios and see what you can find.

2016-04-22 PICTURE CALL Dark, Moody and Atmospheric Back to top

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Dark, Moody and Atmospheric

Minimum pixel dimensions: 3000 x 4000
Landscape, Portrait, Square; colour. Portrait preferred.
Deadline: Friday, April 22, 2016; 12:00 GMT
To submit images to Picture Calls in fotoLibra, simply click on the Picture Call megaphone icon below a thumbnail in your Collections, and select the relevant Dark, Moody and Atmospheric picture call from the drop-down menu which appears. Pictures must be marked as Rights Managed, and should not be sent direct to me.

This request is the complete opposite of yesterday's call. A publisher needs a series of dark moody images to be used on the covers of five crime novels ... without people.

The images should be in colour and have a contemporary feel, or at least not obviously ‘period'. Here are some details of locations in each book which could feature on the cover:

Book 1 – Edinburgh; Scottish castles/hills; Arthur's seat. Perhaps with some jagged, locked, and interactive spires. (Sorry - not too sure what this means either.)

Book 2 – Cellar; snowy country path (touch of red/blood); reservoir or stream

Book 3 – Forth Bridge from afar; old Edinburgh streets

Book 4 – Big isolated house in country; woodland (suggestive of hidden, buried bones)

Book 5 – Church; graveyard; stone path; maybe slashing rain or snow

If you want to submit landscape (horizontal) images, please make sure the height is sufficient to crop for the portrait cover format.