The South Carolina Picture Project — Share Your Pictures with the World!
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The purpose of the South Carolina Picture Project is to celebrate the beauty of the Palmetto State while preserving some of its vanishing landspaces. We hope that it will create pride among South Carolinians and provide joy and inspiration to those who live far away.
Over 80,000 people view the SC Picture Project each month. Submitting a photo or painting is a great way to honor your hometown or favorite historic landmark. Please send us your pictures and help us document SC's history, culture, and beauty.
- While we love to see all pictures that evoke South Carolina, we reserve the right to decide which submissions to include in the SC Picture Project.
- Since each SC Picture Project page takes a good bit of time to create and optimize, we don't have the resources to build pages for each submission. The photos we use must truly say "South Carolina." Generic scenes will not be considered. Also, if we have several shots of a particular subject, we may not need additional variations.
- The quality of the description accompanying the photo is a giant factor in our decision. We encourage interesting stories or anecdotes that give a sense of place. We also appreciate facts about the scene, such as its history and location.
- Images must be at least 600 pixels wide. They should not include copyright notices, borders, timestamps, or watermarks. Also, they cannot feature close-ups of people.
- You will receive full credit for your submission, and you will also retain ownership of the image.
- Ready to submit your image? Please fill out our short Picture Submission Form.
- You can also send us diskettes, photographic prints, and other "hard copy" items by mail. We can convert your hard copy images to electronic files, but we can't return the originals to you.