Submission Guidelines

Image from Doca 13 by Luis Aniceto


To promote photography and search for new talents and foster the awareness of photography, both in Portugal and abroad we are currently accepting photography projects proposals for online publication on, with potential for inclusion in forthcoming printed editions of scopio Editorial Line, most possibily in scopio Magazine.

We’re interested in imaginative and impactful visual narratives belonging to the Documentary and Artistic photography universe.
The visual narratives submitted should make use of the photography image in an exploratory way, as a medium capable of communicating spaces and people through diverse imaginaries, cultures, architectures and modes of spatial appropriation.

If we accept your series, your photos will be displayed in scopio editorial layout created specifically for your photography project. A short bio with links to your portfolio/site and social outlets will be included in the feature.

The Fine Print

Using the form on our page, upload 5-10 low-resolution images that are editorial in nature and representative of your series’ theme. These are not the final images and should be provided as either JPGs / PNGs, compiled into a PDF, or compressed into a single ZIP archive.
Images should not have been previously published in any other print or online media (this includes Tumblr or your portfolio).
If accepted, we will require high-resolution versions of all files for publishing at various screen resolutions (exact specifications and usage details will be provided upon acceptance of submissions).

To submit projects (REGISTERED users only), click here. To register, click here

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