Magazine

Each year 40 Adult Webcam Models who are attending the conference are selected to appear as feature models in the show guide more commonly known as the Adult Webcam Magazine. Below is a capture of the last years magazine which was the first year and had just 8 featured models. Adult Webcam Magazine info

The Adult Webcam Magazine is a gorgeous full color glossy production magazine that has 1 annual issue featuring top adult webcam models. More information can be found online at www.AdultWebcamMagazine.com.

How Do I Get Featured in the Magazine

  1. Models offered space within the magazine are responsible for giving us a written release to use an image within the publication and must certify they own the images they are sending us.
  2. Models must provide a full a digital image of sufficient pixel dimensions to be able to deliver 300 pixels per inch at the dimensions of the printed image is required. So, for the “300 dpi” request to be meaningful, you’ll have to know the intended output (paper) dimensions.  Those are based on the file size which should be 8.75 x 11.25 – this includes the bleeds…. since we are not sure your total image size we can’t say exact pixels. We can and sometimes do crop images for models if this is neccessary and the images are of high quality meeting min DPI requirements.

    Cam Models Magazine

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TIP: Any photographer will know what you need though based on that info.

Cam Models should send their images to Support@AdultWebcamAwards.com for consideration of inclusion. This is an easy process and we try to include all models who submitted images. So your chances are very high you will be in the magazine.

The magazine is what fans signs at the show and so if you have a free booth as a featured model at the conference you can just sign magazines as all fans that enter get a copy of the magazine.

We do not sell magazines, we only give them away one per attendee. We do of course print some extras for models. We gives each model 10 copies of the magazine as well to keep. Once they are gone, they are gone forever; so yes they are a collectors item. Hang onto yours if you have one.