“Launched in 2004, the Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography are designed to help professional photojournalists create “compelling social, political and cultural stories.”
Each year, a jury selects five photographers to receive $20,000 to fund projects of personal and journalistic significance. This year, one of the grants will be awarded, in conjunction with The Chris Hondros Fund, for “extraordinary news coverage of a current event,” says Getty Images.
The deadline for entries if 01 May, at which time a jury that includes the directors of photography at Time Magazine and The New Yorker, as well as Barbara Giffin of Turner Broadcasting Systems, photographer Stephanie Sinclair and Jean-François Leroy of Visa Pour l’Image, will select the five winners “taking into account the caliber of portfolio, project merit and professional ability.
The winners will be announced in a ceremony at this year’s Visa Pour l’Image photojournalism festival in Perpignan.
For more details and to enter, visit grants.gettyimages.com.” This is from the opening page of the Getty Grants web page
“Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography
Welcome to the Getty Images Grants application system. To ensure your application qualifies, please adhere to all of the guidelines and eligibility requirements or it will not be submitted to judges for consideration.
To ensure fair and unbiased selection, all proposals reviewed by the independent panel of judges remain anonymous until the judging is complete. Submissions that contain a photographer’s name and/or contact information within the caption field or the proposal will be deemed ineligible.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Before you begin to register and apply please prepare the following:
- A proposal mapping out the scope and purpose of your project in 500 words or less.
- A bio, maximum 500 words.
- 20-25 portfolio images, sized to 3000 pixels at the longest dimension, 300 dpi, saved as JPG with standard compression no lower than 8 on the JPG scale.
Important notes: There is no fee to apply to the Getty Images Grants and applicants retain all copyrights to their imagery submitted for the judges’ review.”.…MORE