If you are a photographer with creative flair and an eye for natural beauty, you’ve come to the right place. If you have talent you can get your erotic art exposed to millions of enthusiasts.


Who we are

The MetArt Network is the largest and most famous network of erotic sites in the world. We offer the opportunity for millions of daily visitors to see your work and your name. Many renowned artists have started their careers with us and received a great deal of exposure due to our impressive web presence.

Here are some general guidelines to help you get started. If your initial approach is successful, we will give you more detailed information about working with us.  

What we are looking for

MetArt models are naturally gorgeous, fresh-faced, happy girls. They have an innate sensuality and beauty. New models are always welcome. Work that tells a story or uses an unusual location is a great way to engage with viewers.

We don’t want cliched porn poses, tattoos, piercings, or breast enhancements. Think natural girl next door – no heavy make-up or silly outfits, the model should be in pretty lingerie or the type of clothes she would wear on a date. Please don’t use excessive photoshop. Our members want to see the model’s natural beauty.

We don’t accept work that contains masturbation, sex toys, or images of men.

All models MUST be at least 18 years of age, or the age of majority where they live (19 in Alabama, Delaware and Nebraska; 21 in Mississippi and Puerto Rico). If you work with us, you will be required to provide a copy of government-issued identification establishing the model was eighteen (18) or older at the time of the shooting.


You should be shooting with a DSLR/mirrorless camera. The quality we require simply cannot be achieved with a point-and-shoot. There are a variety of lenses available. Prime portrait lenses are especially nice and offer lower aperture options. A prime 35mm and a prime 50mm are the lenses you will use most often to shoot a model pin-up photoset. A lens with f/1.4 or f/1.8 is ideal, but anything smaller than f/2.8 could work – these will allow for a crisp focus on your subject, even in low light.

We favor natural light over studio lighting, to convey the feeling of an intimate portrait of the model. You may also wish to use a large reflector and/or diffuser. Studio lighting can work but we don’t recommend it, as it tends to feel less inviting and doesn’t create the right ambiance. You will also want to shoot handheld, rather than using a tripod, so that you can get closeups and a great variety of flattering angles.


Photosets should have a natural flow. This allows the viewer to feel that they are in the room with the model. Include a good variety of close-ups and full-body shots without drastically changing angles or framing too much from photo to photo, to achieve a smooth transition between shots. You can include non-nude pics to set up the story, for example, the model in a coffee shop or walking down the street. Any props should be kept to a minimum, and should make sense as part of the story.

Photosets should be 120 photos or more.

Samples must be 800 pixels to 1000 pixels on the largest side.

Image resolution must be a minimum of 12 mega pixels.

Submissions process

Please use the Photographer Submissions form to send us samples of your work.

Our team of editors reviews all submissions and will contact you if additional information is required. Please note that all artists are asked to sign a release for SARJ LLC. Due to the huge volume of submissions received, we are unable to respond to all applicants.

We look forward to reviewing your work!

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