Submit a photo

SouthernCrescent.org encourages submission of original photos about all aspects of the Southern Crescent area. Why?

First, we believe photos taken by people across the South will tell stories in ways that words just can’t.  Documenting the Crescent through photographs will help people understand more about why the region needs attention.

Second, sharing photos will make what’s happening have more of a personal impact.

And third, it’s important to document some of the vanishing traditions and buildings of the Crescent region.

Submit your photos today

Send one photo at a time to: brack@bettersouth.org.  Please send photos that are at least 1,000 pixels wide.  If you’d prefer to send via Dropbox (and not clog up our email), put them in a special folder and send us an invitation.

Please also provide information.  When you send photos, please include some information about the photo — what it shows, where it was taken, when it was taken, etc.

A few housekeeping notes

Your own work. Please only submit new photos taken by you. We cannot accept photos that are taken from newspaper or copyrighted sources.

Good resolution. Please submit photos that are at least 1,000 pixels wide.

One at a time. If you have multiple photos to send, please send them one at a time, each with its on descriptive information. This helps cut down on confusion on our end AND it helps us keep the photos filed properly.

Permission to publish. If you submit a photo, you are granting us with the permission to publish it. You still own your photography, but by submitting it to SouthernCrescent.org and the Center for a Better South, you are allowing us to have the limited-use rights to use the image.

Credits. We will give you a photo credit in the information that we post.

Privacy. SouthernCrescent.org and the Center for a Better South will not share your e-mail or other private information with anyone.

Questions. If you have questions, drop us an email at: brack@bettersouth.org

SouthernCrescent.org is a project of the Center for a Better South.