Application Due Date: May 15 th2019
The Getty Images Reportage Grant continues the custom-made of the Editorial Grants program, which, from its beginning in 2004, has really supported independent photojournalists worldwide by providing the creative liberty needed to pursue work that is personally essential to them. (Above: an image by grantwinner Paula Bronstein, from her task “The Cost of War.”).
Grants will be given by independent judges chosen by Getty.Images for their proficiency and experience. Option will be based upon.the judges’ choice of prospect’s ability to perform the.sent task with engaging a visual story in a documentary.function format, thinking about the quality of portfolio, the.job’s advantage and specialist ability.
Summary of the task proposal (Minutes 300 words, Max 500).
A quick bio detailing who you are and what you have really done.
20-25 preliminary images either associated to the proposal or unassociated portfolio images.
The proposals require to stay in English and be sent out digitally.
Prizes and benefits.
$15,000 benefit (3 provided).
Winners will be exposed in September.
Get recommendation in media security of grant winners.
Assurance that you keep copyrights to the images you send out for judges’ assessment.
Alternative to have Getty Images’ editorial support throughout your task.
To find out more:.
Take a look at the Authorities Site of the Getty Images Reportage Grant 2019.