Frame Zero aims to see world differently with our audience. We are considering Online Submissions from around the world regardless of genre and theme, but we will prioritize bodies of works – or photo projects with narratives – as opposed to stand-alone images. If you want us to feature your work, send an email to with the following:


  • Online Submission – Artist Name


  • Project Title:
  • Artist Name:
  • Country of Residence:
  • Project Description:
    – 100 to 150 words, first person POV
  • Artist Bio/Statement:
    – 100 to 150 words, third person POV
  • Artist’s Links:
    – Website, Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter


  • 8 to 10 images, strictly complying with the following:
    – Each file resized to 2,000 px in width and in JPG format.
    – Each file renamed to [Frame Zero – Artist Name – Project Title 01.jpg],[Frame Zero – Artist Name – Project Title 02.jpg], [Frame Zero – Artist Name – Project Title 03.jpg], and so on.
    – Do not put watermarks.
    – Do not zip the files.

Frame Zero also accepts physical copies of photobooks, photozines, and other tangible materials related to photography – either upcoming or already released, either for review or free promotion – via airmail or courier. Send us a brief overview of your work to with [Online Submission – Photobook/Photozine] as the subject and, if accepted, we will reply with the address for shipping.

You will be contacted if your work is going to be featured on our website. However, submissions that do not follow the guidelines above will not be accepted or will be returned to sender.

Disclaimer: By submitting your work to us, you’re agreeing to grant Frame Zero the rights to publish your work through our website and social media channels, with corresponding credit(s). You, as the Artist, will always hold the copyright to your photographs.

For inquiries related to submissions, send an email to with [Inquiry – Online Submissions] as the subject.

Also, visit our Careers and Contribute pages for more creative and insightful opportunities at Frame Zero.