Submit your images

We welcome images of your science, of nature, of people, places and events that will inspire, inform and demonstrate how the study of microbes helps us to understand our world and our place within it.

Image Categories

Image(s) supplied (maximum of 10) will need to meet one of the following category criteria:

  • People
  • Science
  • Nature
  • Places
  • Laboratory

Submitting your images

Image specifications

Please supply your image(s) to the following specifications:
File formats: Images must be supplied as a high resolution Jpeg or Tiff at a minimum of 300 dpi
Colour: If possible all images must be supplied as CMYK.
File names: Please save your images as your name and description of the image (eg. Sam Smith_Mycobacterium tuberculosis under the microscope)


How to submit your images

Need some inspiration on how to take a great photo? Read our recent blog for top tips. 

  1. Please submit your images via our Micro Images Dropbox folder. 
  2. Save your images as your name and description of the image (eg. Sam Smith_Mycrobacterium tuberculosis under the microscope) 
  3. Finally fill out the form at the bottom of this page to help us understand more about the image you have submitted.

If you are thinking of uploading multiple images, please compress the image files.

Guides on how to upload and compress images are provided below.

How to upload images via dropbox Terms and conditions

 

Submit your images

Example submissions

Need inspiration? Below are just some examples of the image submissions we have received from our membership.

Need inspiration? Have a look at our image library for examples:


Tell us more about your images below.

Once you have submitted your images, please fill out the form below. 

If you have any other queries, please email MicroImages@microbiologysociety.org


Other events and activities taking place in our anniversary year including nominations of ideas for Why Microbiology Matters, our Sustainable Future project on the role of microbiology and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, a celebration of microbiology in literature and a showcase of Fleming Prize winners. Find out more about our 75th anniversary programme and activities here.