America's Digital Photo File

Please contribute to America's digital photo file, for a chance to have your photo published in America. We are accepting images of Catholic churches, interior and exterior; choirs, choruses and other liturgical scenes. 

If we choose your photo to illustrate an article, we will contact you for further permissions, rights and payment information, etc. Payment will be $100 upon publication. If your picture shows unobscured faces, please have each identifiable person sign a model release—a brief statement granting us permission to publish the person’s likeness. Send us the release along with the photo file. 

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