Get your creative juices flowing and express yourself with Jason Miraples. I’m always on the lookout for new authors who can speak their minds out. If you’ve got fresh ideas, concepts, and topics that will entice and challenge our readers, I want to hear about it.
I do have to tell you honestly that writing for Filipino Freelance Photographer takes effort. I want your article to be original and brilliant, that’s why I’ll take you out of your comfort zone to get there. Once accepted, you’ll get extensive feedback from me, and we’ll work closely for revisions.
Here’s what I need
A partial draft, a short pitch (a paragraph summarizing your topic and why it’s compelling to our readers), or a rough draft together with an outline can be submitted. The more your submission is complete, the better comments or feedback I can provide. Take note that I only accept original content and not those published elsewhere (even on your own blog).
Sadly, Jason Miraples don’t accept press releases or sales pitches.
Before submission, please check my recent articles to get some insights into the structuring and formatting of your piece. Your submission must also contain the following:
- Has the main topic, offering a clear argument and not just a list of tricks or suggestions.
- It must have a voice. Be interesting, human, and bold.
- Must be supported with convincing arguments and not just opinions. Cite sources or facts/stats whenever possible.
- Follow my style.
Articles worth publishing for Filipino Freelance Photographer
I publish articles having 600–900 words or more, depending on the subject complexity. 1,500 words is an average length. Articles often come with a custom illustration and maybe casual in tone or having well-structured content. All must be well-considered on the exploration of the latest or valuable topics under photography, graphic design, web design, business, current news, and more.
The submission process of Jason Miraples
You may email your submission, preferably —Google documents so that I can easily provide feedback and guidance directly within your draft.
The next step after submission:
- I will review your submission and determine whether it’s a potential fit. If so, let’s discuss it.
- I’ll collect the feedback and get back to you with notes.
- Once you’ve addressed my comments, send your revised draft back. We’ll discuss it again and let you know if I want to accept it.
- If I accept your article, I’ll work closely with you on things like organization, argumentation, and style.
- You’ll know the schedule for publication as soon as revisions are complete. I won’t promise a specific publication date until the article is well-prepared and ready to go live.