Below shows information about how to submit your work or ideas for consideration to Photograd. If you'd like to put an idea forward or collaborate in any way, we'd like to hear from you. Please note that we only accept submissions from photography graduates who studied in the UK unless stated otherwise.

Register your interest for any of the following topics via with the relevant subject along with the following information:

  • Name
  • University and year of graduation
  • Website

This section of the site will be updated regularly. 


Please agree to the following points before contacting us to create a Feature.

  • Participation to Photograd is free and open to photography graduates from UK based university courses only.
  • Each participant must send a maximum of 20 JPG images at 96dpi via
  • A series description of no more than 150 words should be supplied.
  • Images will not be accepted onto the website if questions gain no response.
  • Information provided for each feature is the sole responsibility of the photographer but Photograd retains the right to rectify any minor grammatical errors. It’s recommended all participating photographers proofread their answers prior to submission. If we incorrectly change a word or phrase, please contact us.
  • Copyright of all images submitted will be owned by the photographer.
  • Owners of Photograd retain the rights to use submitted images for the intended purpose of the website, and related Instagram, and Twitter accounts.


We're always working on brand new Spotlights. These will usually consist of a virtual interview based around the topic.


The Photograd blog is very much open to new ideas or take overs from photography students and graduates. The main genres at the moment are the following:

  • Future Photograd: promotion of an upcoming event such as a book launch, exhibition, commission, or talk.
  • Event Report: text and images to coincide with a recent festival or gallery visit.
  • Photograd Experience: share the success of a unique experience within the industry; commissions, work placements, or assisting a photographer.
  • Photobook and Zine Review: send us a copy to review or share thoughts on your personal favourites.


  Photography students and graduates are eligible to takeover.