Moda Bambini contributing photographers will be lensing photo features in Los Angeles . Newport Beach . Orange County . San Diego . San Francisco . Miami Beach . Atlanta . Philadelphia . New York . Boston . Chicago . Phoenix . San Antonio . Houston . Dallas . Fort Worth . Canada . Germany . France . Italy . Netherlands . Russia . Belgium . Australia the U.K. and more for Fall 2017 and Winter 2017 issues. Reader and photographer child model submissions are always welcome . Click on Reader Submissions or Photographer Submissions for complete details
Every issue contains freelance photographer and/or reader submitted photos. Cover photo of Meika Woolard above by Michael Murchie of Queensland, Australia
If you are a reader and/or a parent, guardian, friend, relative, etc., that would like to submit photos and/or potential models for consideration to appear in Moda Bambini Magazine click through to Reader Submissions
Now accepting submissions from children's brands
Amateur, semi-professional or professional photographers and/or children's brands from all over the world are welcome to submit images for consideration for publication.
We're especially interested in seeing potential cover images along with at least 6 editorial images that tell a story. What style? We're not looking for any style in particular and it doesn't matter if the images were created with an iPhone, a toy camera or DSLR.
You will have a much better chance of getting published, however, if you follow these guidelines:
• Although 8.5" x 11" 300 dpi would be the preferred size, anywhere from 180 to 300 dpi would be ok.
• Use ONLY www.wetransfer.com to send image files to:
And be sure to send photographer's name, website url, model name(s) and age(s) at the same time.
Moda Bambini Magazine is a trend setting kids fashion magazine that offers a unique mix of children's designer fashion, alchemy and art beautifully illustrated with photographs of the worlds top child models, most of whom appear to be more in the know about children's fashion, art and style than people that are actually old enough to know how to read.