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2016 Documentary Photography Grant
Documentary photographers from around the world are invited to submit documentary photography projects along with an 15-image supporting portfolio on topics of human suffering and unrest, forgotten communities, exploited lands and people, on communities ravaged by war, poverty, famine, disease, and the exploitation of global resources.
All proposed projects and submitted portfolios must be works of non-fiction and must be based on such pressing social issues as health, poverty, oppression, war, famine, religious/political persecution and similar topics. Proposals must be for new or continuing projects. Portfolios should be a representative sampling of your documentary work.
Contest Prize & TERMS
COPYRIGHT: It is our goal to showcase the work of all of our photographers. Copyright and all other rights remain with the author. Any photograph(s) we use will carry the photographer's credit line. USAGE RIGHTS: All entrants understand that The Manuel RiveraOrtiz Foundation for Documentary Photography & Film may use images of the winning and shortlisted projects (especially) for the marketing and promotional purposes of Foundation activities including at media events and exhibitions, print and digital media presentations directly related to our award competition such as the presentation and exhibition of books or catalogues that aim at giving your work and your name the exposure and attention both deserve in front of a world audience. There is no monetary compensation in such cases. Use of images may include publication on our website and in promotional pieces. By receiving a grant from us, or placing in our competition, you are agreeing to have your work showcased as part of our global effort of showcasing the work you do.
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