Commercial photographer Emily Nathan (pictured above, right) created Tiny Atlas Quarterly (TinyAtlasQuarterly.com) because she wanted to create a space for making the work she wanted to do, as well as fill a void in the travel publication world. She aimed to create a person-centered travel magazine, with a bent toward professional photographers’ personal work.
Since its launch the press has taken interest in Tiny Atlas, and coverage spans many genres: Vogue, T Magazine, Coolhunting, Design*Sponge, Lonny Magazine, Refinery29, SF Girl by the Bay, PDN, Resource Magazine, A Photo Editor, Communication Arts, and Dwell Magazine to name a few.
TAQ’s community is powerfully connected on social media. At the end of 2013, TAQ created #mytinyatlas, a new movement on Instagram, a living anthology of great travel storytelling from around the world. With over 500,000 submissions and counting, the #mytinyatlas feed is one of the fastest growing hashtags in travel on Instagram.
Artwork submissions are now being accepted, get in early to secure your spot.
The key to success is your personal photographic style. Your personal work can get you more work!