Internship - Photographers
Cascade Magazine - Toronto, ON

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My partner and I, both former assistant editors-in-chief of magazine publications, want to launch an online magazine of political and social nature. We are looking for photographers to join our team.

Every month, a photographer will be assigned with a general schematic or theme of what kind of photographs we are looking for. Photographs can be manipulated or enhanced as the photographer sees fit. They must be submitted digitally so our graphic designers may incorporate them into the layout. We ask that all photographs have your signature or be labelled with your name/company. Contributing photographers are welcome, however only photographers who submit 6 months of the year will be considered as part of the team and get an individual profile on our site. (Each contribution must consist of at least 6 photographs).

Please note, however, that this is an internship and not a paid job, however we offer job references (if you are a regular contributor) as well as stills and shots for your portfolio (as they are used in the edition).

If the launch goes well, and if we gain a large enough readership, we will expand into print or charge subscription fees. If this is the case, you will be paid on a monthly basis (again, only if you are a regular contributor 6+ months of the year.) Each contribution should be of at least 6 or more photographs. Even if your work will not be used in that month's edition, it will still count as a contribution.

We ask that you send a resume, a few brief lines as to why you wish to join the team if it's not paid, and a link to a portfolio or attached files of your work.


*Photographs that have been used in publications previously will not be accepted.
*All work must be submitted digitally.
*You are required to submit 6 months of the year if you want to be part of the team, however you may submit anytime you wish otherwise.
*We encourage creative freedom.