The 2013 competition is now open for all professional and amateur photographers with a record combined prize pool in excess of US $40,000 in cash and prizes! Prizes include an?Epson?Stylus Pro 7900 printer, an?EpsonStylus Pro 4900 printer, and an?Epson?EB-1775 Ultra-slim Projector!
The Hasselblad Foundation is pleased to announce that Catalan photographer Joan Fontcuberta is the recipient of the 2013 Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography for the sum of SEK 1,000,000 (approximately EUR 110,000). The award ceremony will take place in Barcelona on 7thMarch, 2013. An exhibition of his work,?Joan Fontcuberta ? 2013 Hasselblad Award Winner?will open on 25th?October, 2013 at the Hasselblad Center at the Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden. That day, The Hasselblad Foundation will host a symposium with the award winner, and a book on the work of Joan Fontcuberta, published by Mack, will be launched. Continue reading “Joan Fontcuberta – 2013 Hasselblad Award Winner”
The Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation For Documentary Photography & Film
Documentary Still Photography/Reportage $5000 Award/Grant
Grant Submission Rules & Guidelines
I. DEFINITION Similar to the standards set forth in our new ?Short-Short Documentary Film? Award/Grant, our commitment to documentary photoreportage remains stronger than ever. This grant was created to encourage the betterment of humanity through the presentation of editorially-based imagery representing humanistic themes including human unrest, famine, disease, national and international politics, war, uprisings, injustice and triumph. As well, this grant was set up to lend credence to the photographers themselves who give so much of their time, energy, enthusiasm, money, and, at times, their lives to create images that bear witness and are sometimes shockingly brutal. Purpose of the grant is to support completion of proposed projects, either completely new or in progress. This category is for non-fiction humanistic photographic work only. Images of objects, fashion, fauna or flora will not be considered. Continue reading “Documentary Still Photography/Reportage Grant/Award”
A young girl passes the body of a man assassinated in Cucuta, Colombia. The city has suffered a wave of killings at the hands of the United Self-Defence Forces of Colombia (AUC), a right-wing paramilitary group. The killings continue even months after the AUC supposedly disarmed in the Cucuta region as part of peace negotiations with the Colombian government. 9 March 2005. ? Stephen Ferry.
World Press Photo and Human Rights Watch are calling on photojournalists and press photographers to apply for the second Tim Hetherington Grant, worth ?20,000. Tim was a former tutor at Pathshala and participated in Chobi Mela
Congratulations to the Official WINNERS of the IPA Street Photography Asia 2012 Contest!
We had over 1,500+ entries with over 4,500 images from all over Asia. 22 finalists were selected and these are the Official 2012 WINNERS. Jashim Salam from Bangladesh takes top Position and winner of our Grand Prize! Congratulations to all the finalists too. Big thanks to the judges and everyone who participated in this year?s contest.