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Are you an aspiring travel photographer, filmmaker or writer? This is your chance to turn your passion into a profession.
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Past winners have gone on to work in film production, create successful travel blogs, write for major publishers, and have had their scholarship work broadcast to thousands of people around the world.
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Before the scholarship I had been making videos by my own and publishing them through my travel website, but after the scholarship my skills had improved, I had much more storytelling resources and also great material to show in my reel.
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 filmmaker, Marissa's learnt some valuable lessons she's willing to share.
Claudia Crook shares her trip of a lifetime, from Buenos Aires to Mendoza then onto Patagonia, as winner of our 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship,
As a winner of the 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship, Madeline Russo from the USA discovers the life of a travel writer.
Máté travels from Buenos Aires to Salta and Jujuy and discovers more than he bargains for about traveling and himself.
On her first assignment as a travel photographer Kelly Beckta finds out the challenging yet rewarding nature of the profession.
Follow Jigar's journey to India as he's mentored by professional filmmaker Brian Rapsey, and connects with the people of Kerala.
Travel writers have an opportunity to influence the planet in positive ways. Nat Geo's editor shares her tips on writing responsibly.
Originality – not tired clichés – will make your travel stories sing. These clangers drive editors crazy.
An unexpected turn of events may call for a travel photographer to become a photojournalist, advises seasoned photographer Nicola Bailey.