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We, http://www.Spadout.com, are placing a large ad in Climbing Magazine (we have a small ad in the current issue). We are looking for a unique photograph for our next ad. The photograph does not have to show somebody climbing. Any photograph that would catch people’s attention and shows the outdoors (sorry gyms shots are not going to cut it). I will pay $75 for each photograph. I need two.

One last catch. The ad is 1/3 the width of the page but the height of the page. Your photograph would obviously have to be cropped. So keep this in mind. 300 dpi+ required.

Thanks!
Mark - http://www.spadout.com
You can pm me here or go to:
http://www.spadout.com/contact_spadout.htm
you can also email pictures to NOSPAMspadout@NOSPAMspadout.com (remove NOSPAMs).


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It is a tuff industry. There are thousands of photographers and only a few buyers. Climbing Magazine pays 150 USD if your picture is selected for the front cover (no kidding)!

We obtained over 70 images so far though (thanks everyone!) and have selected a few already. If you are still interested in submitting your work please send it before the 15th.


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I have several photos with absolute stock and there prices are reasonable.

I think they would meet your budget needs.

Within my galery, there is a rock climbing folder with nothing but rock climbing shots and there's a sport section with some adventure racing stuff. The adventure racing stuff had a camera malfunction, but shots came out alright. I learned some valuable imforamtion about heat, humidity, sweat ad dirt when they are all combined.

http://www.absolutestockphoto.com/...hp?album=1259&page=2

The agentcy is currently redoing there data base, but I have a ton of new Asian Destination climbing shots ready to upload. All shot have model releases unless otherwise noted.

Eman


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It is a tuff industry. There are thousands of photographers and only a few buyers. Climbing Magazine pays 150 USD if your picture is selected for the front cover (no kidding)!
Yeah, it is a "tuff industry" but the $150 claim is patently false.


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Last I new it was $500 for a cover for both Climbing and Rock and Ice.


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