How to Make a Reader's Gallery Submission for Consideration

Thank you for your interest in submitting your work for consideration to ICM Photography Magazine (ICMPhotoMag).

Readers’ Gallery ~ Required Materials for Submission  

If after reading through all the information below you are still interested in submitting your work for consideration in an upcoming issue of the e-magazine, this is what I ask you to provide: 

  • 1 spot-free jpeg image of your best ICM work that reflects where you are currently with your ICM technique (at least 2000px on the long side, no watermarks or logos, no frames, no borders, and previously unpublished, if possible but not required)
  • Titles and/or descriptions of your images
  • Links to your photography website and/or all social media platforms

Where to Submit

The preferred method for submissions is via this link  

Readers' Gallery - Google Form Submission

If for some reason the form does not work for you, a submission can alternately be made either by email, in a shared Google Drive folder, or via Dropbox or WeTransfer to [email protected].  However, please try the submission form first.

Once I’ve had a chance to review your submission, I will be in touch to discuss the options for when it might be possible to have your work featured. 

Pay for Readers' Gallery Images

ICM Photography Magazine pays photographers for their accepted and published Readers’ Gallery images each quarter.  

Currently, payments for a single accepted and published Readers’ Gallery image is $15 USD.

You can, however, choose to waive the $15 USD payment and receive the issue where your image is published for free

If you have a current annual subscription to the magazine, and you choose to waive the $15 USD payment in lieu of a free issue, you will be paid $15 USD to ensure the issue is free for you.

I feel it is imperative to compensate photographers for their work, and as the e-magazine and community grow, future payments for readers’ gallery images will hopefully increase.  I want this project to be a benefit to the photographers themselves, not just a benefit to my own self-interest.




Founder and creator of 
ICM Photography Magazine