Imagine having your work published on Feature Shoot and seen by thousands of photo editors, industry professionals, and potential buyers!

For only $15 you can submit your work and get the chance to be featured on Feature Shoot, one of the world's most reputable photography websites.

In addition, your work could also be featured in our email newsletter, which is sent out to 25,000+ photographers lovers around the world, and/or our Instagram, with 232,000+ followers.

The $15 fee to submit goes towards paying our curators and editors to carefully review your work. If your submission is accepted, we will be in touch within 1-2 weeks.

Portfolio Reviews

The following judges are also offering portfolio reviews for photographers at a cost of $150 for 30 minutes.

  • Anna Goldwater Alexander (Director of Photography of WIRED)
  • Sarah Gilbert (features picture editor for the Guardian)
  • Jason Baron (former Head of Photography at the BBC)
  • Lauri Lyons (author, photographer, and journalist)
  • Alison Zavos (Founder of Feature Shoot + The Print Swap)
  • Vaughn Wallace (Program Director at Blink, formally @natgeo)
  • Patricia Karallis (Founding Editor of Paper Journal)
  • Lieve Beumer (Director of Photography at Flowers Gallery)
  • Giangiacomo Cirla (Editor in Chief of PHROOM)
$50.00
$50.00


Indian Photo Festival 


Submitting to The Print Swap is easy and will take less than a minute. The cost is just US$50 for each approved image you submit. 

For that, you will give a print and receive a print beautiful archival print in the mail and your photo will be featured in a digital exhibition at the Indian Photo Festival. Your photo could also be exhibited on the streets of New York for a week or in a gallery show at the Indian Photo Festival.

  • Once you submit and pay for your image, you will receive an email telling you how to select the photo by a fellow Print Swap member that you'd like to have sent to you. 
  • Find out more about The Print Swap here

If you're ready to submit, please make sure you have the following ready: 

  • Your image as large as you have it as a JPEG or TIFF
  • If multiple images of yours were selected by our curators, you'll need to submit each image you want to pay for separately. You can't upload and pay for multiple images via this form.
  • For a small additional charge, you have an option to submit this image for consideration to The Global Billboard Project. Find out more here.

Congratulations on being selected and welcome to The Print Swap!

Portfolio Reviews

The following judges are also offering portfolio reviews for photographers at a cost of $150 for 30 minutes.

  • Anna Goldwater Alexander (Director of Photography of WIRED)
  • Sarah Gilbert (features picture editor for the Guardian)
  • Marcia L. Allert (Director of Visual Journalism at The Dallas Morning News)
  • Jason Baron (former Head of Photography at the BBC)
  • Karen Comer Lowe (curator and visual arts leader)
  • Lauri Lyons (author, photographer, and journalist)
  • Russell Frederick (photographer)
  • Diane Allford (photographer, multimedia artist, and visual content creator)
  • Patricia Karallis ((Founding editor of Paper Journal)
  • Alison Zavos (Founder of Feature Shoot + The Print Swap)
  • Vaughn Wallace (Program Director at Blink, formally of @natgeo)

The following photography professionals are offering Zoom portfolio reviews for photographers at a cost of $150 for 30 minutes. You can select one or more as an option at checkout:

  • Anna Goldwater Alexander (Director of Photography of WIRED)
  • Sarah Gilbert (features picture editor for the Guardian)
  • Giangiacomo Cirla (Editor in Chief of PHROOM)
  • Jason Baron (former Head of Photography at the BBC)
  • Lauri Lyons (author, photographer, and journalist
  • Patricia Karallis ((Founding editor of Paper Journal)
  • Lieve Beumer (Director of Photography at Flowers Gallery)
  • Vaughn Wallace (Program Director at Blink, formally of @natgeo)
  • Alison Zavos (Founder of Feature Shoot + The Print Swap)
Feature Shoot/The Print Swap/Global Billboard Project