A common point
The stories we tell in the DooG Reporter project all have one thing in common:
– are (small) stories of ordinary extraordinariness
– are told in an ethical mode by those who witnessed them
Who can pitch
Anyone and from anywhere!
Photographers and photojournalists, writers and journalists, video-makers and video reporters.
Experienced professionals or amateurs from all countries: we want to read your stories and as many points of view as possible.
What we are looking for
Tales in Photography and Narrative, first.
The best way to understand our approach to narrative is to read some of our most recent stories. We prefer ordinary stories of life, places, people, culture or coexistence; accompanied by a ‘good photograph’, which can – many times – complete the word.
We look for those stories that, linked together, can make known the extraordinary world we live in and open our thinking to awareness. We look for the ‘good’ even in those stories or testimonies where it might not be there.
We believe that knowledge – understood as a culture – can be the vehicle of beauty in society.
What we are NOT looking for
News stories and their analysis, trend articles, desk stories, reviews, blog posts, profiles of well-known personalities, and academic papers. Our stories are never judgmental and are the direct testimony of those who sign that story. In addition, if an idea does not have a narrative, it is almost certainly not for DooG Reporter.
We will never consider a story written, edited or modified using generative artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT. Pictures included.
Code of Ethics and Conduct
Participating in DooG Reporter means having an open view of the world and accepting and respecting the Code of Ethics and Conduct without conditions.