Every year we repeatedly get asked many of the same questions about the photography scholarship. Please take a few minutes to read these carefully. If you have any other questions, please post it in the comments section below.
We appreciate that the photography industry is difficult to break into and there are a lucky few who can count themselves as professional full time photographers. This scholarship is very much about the mentorship opportunity, and the judging panel will be selecting the person who they feel will most benefit from the learning opportunity. So, if you currently make more than 25% of your income from photography activities, you are not eligible. You will be asked to outline your experience to date in the submission process, and it will be the judging panel who decides who is most suitable based on their photos and written component.
No, you cannot email your entry to us. All entrants need to fill the application page and submit their applications via our website.If you have encountered any specific issues please contact us at [email protected]
Please read this carefully before submitting your application for the best chance of success.
1. The judging panel will be looking for a series of images that:
2. The images should:
3. You will also be judged on your:
You will keep a daily journal about your time on the trip and upload this to a WorldNomads.com travel journal (minimum 200 words per day), including pictures you've taken.
On your return you will work with Richard I'Anson through the editorial process to shortlist your top photographs and colour balance to achieve professional looking shots.
You will also keep a daily diary about your time on the trip and upload this plus pictures you've taken to your World Nomads travel journal.