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We’re making a photo book about Madisonville, and anyone can participate!

 
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Upload photos

Ready to share your photos for the Madisonville Edition? You can submit as many as you like online!

The deadline is
November 1, 2017

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The Printed Edition

We’ll take everyone's submissions throughout the year and gather them together for a printed edition. A jury will choose the best and if one of your photos are selected, you'll receive the edition free!

Take a look at our first edition to get the idea.


 

Frequent Questions

Who can participate?
Anyone! This project is for folks living in Madisonville or for those that always wanted to explore the neighborhood.

Can I use my phone’s camera?
Yes ! If you have a dedicated camera that works too. (You can also use film, however images must be submitted digitally.)

Do I need to go on a photowalk to submit photos?
Nope. You can explore Madisonville at your own pace and still participate.

How do I submit?
Upload your photos with this form. 

How many photos may I submit?
As many as you like!

When is the deadline?
The deadline for submitting photos is November 1, 2017

Do I need to get release forms?
All portraits submitted will only be used for artistic and editorial use, you will not need release forms.

What about copyright?
Rights remain with photographer. By submitting photos, we have permission for publication in the printed edition and social media.

What will happen to these photos?
A jury will review submissions and select photos to fill the pages of The Madisonville Edition to be released December 1, 2017.

Who is behind this?
PhotoCorps is made possible by a Haile Fellowship from People's Liberty, which provided a year-long civic sabbatical to research, plan and implement the idea. In this case? The idea was all about getting better at photography and getting to know the neighborhoods and people of Greater Cincinnati. Learn more about PhotoCorps.

The Madisonville Edition would not be possible without help from folks at MCURC and the Madisonville Community Council