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The Save Our Seas Foundation (SOSF) is calling on emerging and professional conservation, wildlife and environmental photographers with a passion for marine subjects to apply for the annual Marine Conservation photography grant.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Entrants should be serious emerging photographers who have not been widely published in major magazines and have not earned numerous high-profile international awards.
  • Entrants between 18-30 years of age are preferred, though elder applicants who fit the emerging criteria will also be considered.
  • Photographers with underwater photography skills in their repertoires are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Employees of SOSF and anyone connected with the administration of the competition are not eligible to apply for the grant.
  • Best of Portfolio must contain no less and no more than 20 images.
  • Photo Stories must include no less and no more than 10 images and must conform to a relevant theme.
  • Specifications for digital images – length 1600 pixels, format -jpeg, ICC profile – Adobe RGB or sRGB for color images, Gamma 2.2 for black and white.
  • Only single-frame images will be accepted. Composite and multiple exposure images will not be accepted. Images with added borders, backgrounds or other effects will not be accepted.

Prizes:

Both the winners will receive –

  1. US$2,000 cash prize
  2. A paid three-week photographic assignment to document an SOSF supported marine research or conservation project
  3. All-expenses-paid trip to an international photographic or conservation conference to present their photo story
  4. Story will also be published as a photo essay in the Save Our Seas Foundation’s magazine
  5. The assignment period will be a learning and refining experience as well as an opportunity to earn income through photography.

Deadline: 30 April 2014

For more information, please visit Marine Conservation Photography Grant.

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