SHOTS Magazine is an independent, reader-supported, quarterly journal of fine art photography in its 30th year of publication. SHOTS is known for its democratic presentation of work by a variety of photographers from around the world. Often described as a “photographer’s photography magazine”, SHOTS reaches a wide, international audience that includes not only photographers, but also educators, gallery directors, museums and others interested in photography.


If you are someone who enjoys photography, or if you have some work you would like to share, SHOTS may be for you.



Photographer Russell Joslin has been the sole Editor and Publisher of SHOTS since 2000 following the tenures of Robert Owen, and founder Dan Price. Since then, Russell has published nearly 70 issues and has interviewed over 150 photographers for the pages of SHOTS. In addition to his duties directly related to the creation of SHOTS, he has served as a reviewer for the following organizations: FotoFest (Houston), Photolucida (Portland), PhotoNOLA (New Orleans), SPE, Filter Photo (Chicago), PhotoMidwest (Madison) and Positive Focus (NYC). Russell has also acted as a juror for a number of photography competitions including the IPA/Lucie Awards and has curated photography for exhibition. In 2014, he authored Black Forest: Four Visible Poems available from Candela Books.



For more on Russell’s personal photographic work, please visit his website.