Our 75th Anniversary Issue
Celebrating the Sunflower State through photography captured by Kansans.
Our special 75th-anniversary issue will be a love to letter to Kansas. Illustrated through captivating photography captured by those who know our state best, fellow Kansans. Photography portfolios will be broken down into five categories: communities, people, skyline, storms, and wild. We are currently accepting photography submission for this issue through October 12, 2020. To submit photography, select the category of your submission, and upload an image directly from your computer or files.
- Photography must have been shot by the person who is submitting the image. Or, is the guardian of a person younger than 18.
- Photography must have been captured in Kansas
- You can submit multiple images to a single category. You can also choose to submit to multiple categories.
- Photographs can be black & white or full-color
- Photographs can depict any season
- Photographers whose image(s) are chosen to be published will receive a one-time use payment. All submitting photographers maintain the rights and ownership of their photos.
- Photographer information must be included with your submission, details should include: name, address, phone number, email, and location information of the photograph(s) submitted. This can be uploaded as either a PDF or word doc. (Submission Form - Word Doc)
- If information is not included your submission(s) will not qualify.
- DEADLINE: Mon Oct 12, 2020
Big or small, show us why you love your community. From county fairs and sporting events to main street gatherings and downtown concerts - and everything else in between. Capture what makes your town special.
Portraits of fellow Kansans at work, or at play sharing their hobbies, expertise, and passions. From candid moments to styled portraits, introduce us and our readers to your subject and tell us their story.
Landscapes with big skies and wide-open space might be what our state is most known for. Day or night, sunset to sunrise, Kansas offers a live 360-degree picture show you won't find anywhere else.
Kansas weather can be as magnificent as it is unpredictable. Capturing a passing storm can take patience and being in the right place at the right time.
Our state's wildlife is as diverse as the habitats they call home (or migrate through). Those found in the wild or in your own backyard, from the smallest reptile or largest mammal, this category is for them.