Kick-start your career by going on a professional photo assignment.
Find out which aspiring photographer has won 10-day mentorship in Mongolia with pro photographer Richard I'Anson.View the winning photo story
That's why we have partnered with the likes of the World Wildlife Fund, Intrepid Travel and National Geographic Adventure over the last ten years to bring you real-life photography assignments. These opportunities give aspiring photographers the chance to hone their storytelling skills and learn from professional photographers in the field.
If you are looking to turn your passion for photography into a profession these mentorships offer invaluable experience, advice and perspective in the ever evolving world of travel photography.
Our 2018 Travel Photography Scholarship winner James travels to the medinas and mountains of Morocco to learn from a pro.
On her first assignment as a travel photographer Kelly Beckta finds out the challenging yet rewarding nature of the profession.
Follow Felipe's journey as he travels to Japan with Canon Master Richard I'Anson, capturing everything from the neon lights of Tokyo to the temples of Kyoto
I wasn’t sure about my abilities to start in the photography field, this has now changed completely. The scholarship gave me the confidence to decide what I want to do as a photographer.
Taking good photos isn’t just about pressing the shutter button. The work you do in post-production can be a real game-changer.
When traveling, food is a huge part of the adventure. When telling stories about travel, food photography is a great way to share.
Former World Nomads scholarship winner Andres Brenner shares his tips on whether to use your smart phone or camera to capture your travel memories.