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Want to See Your Pictures in San Diego Magazine?

We’re looking for the best photos of the city for our Picture Perfect page



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Photo: Austin Trigg

You could say San Diego was made to be photographed. Sherbet-colored sunsets, palm tree silhouettes, a skyline with a sliver of the bay in the background—the scenes are too good not to capture on camera. That’s the premise behind our Picture Perfect page, where photographers—amateurs and pros alike—can have their work spotlighted in a big way, along with backstory on the photo’s inspiration, technique, and other details.

The images span everything from sunsets and beach shots to cityscapes, hiking trails, and more—and we’re looking for submissions! If you have a hi-res shot of San Diego you think could be a fit, email us at artsubmission@sdmag.com for consideration*.

Get snapping!


*By submitting your photo, you agree to allow San Diego Magazine to publish your photo and words. We reserve the right to edit and excerpt words for clarity.

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