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Deadline: Aug 23, 2020
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Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Award (TAPSA)

Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Award (TAPSA)

TAPSA is looking for exceptional photographers in the genre of Travel and documentary photography.

The award will be offered to a total of 5 photographers who have entered a portfolio of images that represent the best of their work shot within the last 3 years. This portfolio can comprise one or more stories or just a selection of single images. Entries will be judged individually and as a story portfolio. Timothy Allen will be looking for those photographers showing the most ingenuity and originality as well as photographic excellence in both image making and storytelling.


Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: The five winners will receive a ten day travel package to Sharjah, UAE including a five day location Workshop lead by Timothy Allen, commencing on (TBC due to COVID19). Winners will also receive entry to Xposure Festival and all auditorium and seminar sessions during the festival days. Winners will also join Timothy for all private functions and events during the festival, present their work live on stage in Xposure’s main auditorium and have their work included in the TAPSA Exhibition at Xposure. Winners will also receive a private portfolio review with one of the world’s leading photography experts. Accommodation will be provided at a luxury hotel in Sharjah including all meals during your stay. Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: Copyright holders retain copyright of their work. USAGE RIGHTS: For awarded pictures, copyright holders grant the organisers unlimited, non-exclusive use of high-resolution images for activities promoting TAPSA and Xposure in all media. Awarded images will be published in the Xposure Yearbook and the SGMB Public Archive.

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