Od Review seeks photography that makes the familiar unfamiliar, the ordinary strange, and the invisible visible! We look for craftsmanship, thoughtfulness, and imagination. What camera or technology you use doesn’t matter to us. Neither do credentials, CVs, or publications. It’s about the image, ALWAYS about the image. We publish up-and-coming and established photographers alike.

The format is simple. We ask for six images—one to be used as a feature image and the other five to be discussed in the feature itself. How the artist engages with those images is entirely up to her or him. Some of our photographers have described their mechanical and psychological processes, some have extracted entries from travel journals. If you don’t feel comfortable writing about your work, we will happily pair it with an outside piece—a poem, a story, a strange nineteenth century text about people who glow . . .

Mostly, we want the experience to be creative and enjoyable, which has been our goal at 21st Editions for the past twenty years.

We rarely accept work that has been published online already. Send us something new, something original. We’re looking forward to it!