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We are happy to give feedback on pitches and mold ideas into articles we are willing to publish and pay for. They cover a wide range of topics, and offer opportunities for writers to address topics of current interest in brief, exploratory texts often from an intimate or reflexive point of view. If we accept your proposal, we will negotiate a mutually acceptable length, deadline, and fee. The photojournalist writing for The Art Of Travel is more of a writer and photographer than a news reporter. Your primary role as a photojournalist is to be a visual storyteller. By photographing, editing, and presenting images, you can tell a story in a way that no other media can.
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