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Your work is good. What about them doing that for themselves? I guess make sure that they understand that they have to make sure that they content is flawless. Who wants to get their work out to an audience like ours? I was on the show and the whole experience was kind of weird, in the big picture.
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Is there something I missed? I mean, this is something I love. I have a different audience. You can make your magazine and do all this stuff. And bam! I actually did. I made it all happen within three weeks. Woah, this is crazy. I love things that are amazing and dark and interesting.
That one idea blossomed into this. How did that happen? What about those people who are also photographers, fashion designers, makeup artists, all of these creative people who want to get their work out there, who want their work to be seen in online magazines or offline magazines, how can they create a great series of photos to submit to magazines?
For me as an editor, I tend to… Look, everybody has their own point of view. We all do. Art is very subjective. But what is Dark Beauty? When I started Dark Beauty, it had to come from somewhere. I had to spark an idea based off my own rejections and feelings about something. So, of course I had my own expectations of what Dark Beauty is and when you start a publication that then becomes kind of owned by the public because they really are the controllers now of content.
I really felt like that stuff needed to become somewhat mainstream but also accepted. But as we grew, we understood more and more about what content really becomes more accepted. You can still share dark content but you have to find a certain kind of balance, the yin and the yang.
Is it Dark Beauty? See you later. I want to look at all the pictures in the spread. Try this, and if you can do it, send me something back. No, but that means a lot. What makes me any more special? The only thing that makes me a little bit more knowledgeable is that I own and started this magazine. I have to maintain my ethics behind the magazine, my essentials behind the magazine, and my purpose for Dark Beauty.
I get to decide that. I need to know why. My work is good. Your work is good. Try again. I hope you did. And for those who do that, who submit their photos, can you help us to understand what is the editorial photo. Are they any specific points?
People often get confused what is the editorial and what is only a simple nice photo. For us, we accept submissions and spreads. But I can understand why most photographers out there who are commercial photographers want to get that because of the name. When people do a photo shoot, how can they choose photos for submission? Because they cannot send you the whole photo shoot, what should they pay attention to?
We do reviews. Somebody can come to us with some money. We look for consistency. Are you submitting something to me that is a consistent body of work? For people who are submitting content, consider your storyline. Are the clothes consistent?
What do they do?
How do they do it? What are their qualifications?
I want consistency. What are you submitting, editorial, a spread, fashion, or beauty? What are you submitting? The second thing you have to consider is, is it consistent?
Is the color story the same? Is the quality of editing the same? What do you think? Who can submit photos to magazines?
We have a big audience but the common thing is usually that the photographers submit pictures and the photographer creates the series. But what about those like fashion designers, hairstylists, makeup artists or other members of the creative team if they want to get exposure of their work? It takes thousands of people. Anybody can submit to us. We take anything from music, art, photography, fashion, and makeup tutorials.
We even take written content. We take videos. Who wants to get their work out to an audience like ours? Anybody can submit, just know what your audience is first. Anybody can submit as long as they feel like it is Dark Beauty. Your magazine is very big already and popular. There are also a lot of other online and offline fashion magazines.
How can people choose the magazine that would give exposure or will be a good credit to their portfolios? If you want to know who we are, date us for a little bit. Scout the magazine online, find out what it is we share.
You have to understand what your audience is.