Customer Photos Gallery Submissions

Want to see your work in this gallery? We do too! Email us at ikelite@ikelite.com with the following:

  • 10-12 photos at least 2000 pixels across on the longest side
  • captions for each photo
  • a short biography with website and social media links
  • a profile photo (in portrait orientation)
  • description of the camera, lens(es), and lighting you use
  • your t-shirt size and mailing address

You can see an example of how all of this comes together here.

 

Single Shot Sharing

Don't have a whole portfolio you're ready to share? That's ok too! Send us one of your favorite photos with a paragraph about the shot and the equipment you used for inclusion in a group gallery.

 

 

Disclaimer

The Customer Photos Gallery is a place for Ikelite users to share their work with the rest of the world. By submitting your photos for consideration, you are granting Ikelite non-exclusive rights to display your images on our website and social media exclusively in the context of user photos. All submissions are unpaid. We are happy to promote your portfolio and/or social media with direct links. Photos are presented with copyright attribution.  Watermarks are not required but are encouraged.

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