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Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship

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Post Graduate, Under Graduate

Description

Description

About the Scholarship

 

The Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship was first awarded for the year 2016. The scholarship is meant to encourage personal involvement in social issues, and promote socially conscious documentary photography. It is open to all fully-matriculated undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of degree major, gender, ethnic background, or country of residence.

 

The subject matter is entirely the choice of the student. However, it should clearly document a person, group of people, place, event, or happening of social relevance. Submitted images should be arranged and presented so they clearly tell the story of what is being documented.

 

The project does not have to be about people. Environmental issues, including land use or misuse, urban or rural issues, global or local events, will all be considered. The key is to indicate through your photographs that you are involved and are able to communicate your feelings about the subject you are documenting.

 

The medium of capture is not important. Images made with a cell phone, DSLR camera, view camera, or any other capture device, film or digital.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

All submitted photos and essays must be original work of the applicant. Applicants and winners will retain all copyright to the original material they submit. Only one submission may be entered per student, per year. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. By submitting an application to the Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship, you certify that all the information you have provided is accurate and complete.

Benefits

Benefits

Scholarship Award: $1000US

Program Venue

Program Country
Online

Eligible Regions

Eligible Regions

All Regions

Eligible Countries

All Countries

Eligible Regions
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Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries
Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Argentina, Angola, Africa, Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic, Costa Rica, Cote d’Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Estonia, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, France, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Greenland, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia), Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Palestine, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russian Federation, Rwanda, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, San Marino, Sao Tome and Principe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Africa, South Korea, South Sudan, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tunisia, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, UAE, UK, USA, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican City (Holy See), Venezuela, Vietnam, Western Sahara, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Hungary, Cook Island

Application Process

Application Process
Required Scholarship Application Materials

 

This is a blind judging. The judges will not know the applicants name, school, ethnic origin, country of residence, or gender. While you may include captions, do not include any identifying information on the essay or in the photo file that might indicate your name, school, ethnic origin, your country of residence, or gender unless this can be inferred by the nature of the images (example: the documentary is about your family and your ethnic origin can be identified).

  • Completed on-line application
  • Photocopy proof of college/university enrollment for the academic year of application
  • 350-words or more about your documentary photo project, including who, what, where, when, and why. Include the project title on the essay.
  • Drag and drop 12 – 20 JPEG (.jpg) photos onto the application form in the order you want them viewed. We recommend you use sequential numbering to name your image files (e.g., 01-[Name of Project].jpg, 02-[Name of Project].jpg, etc.).

Optional: You may caption the images by submitting the captions in the same order as the photos in a .txt or Word document along with your photos.

 

 

Selection Criteria
Selection is based upon the application submission and student’s demonstrated interest/involvement in using photography to document a person, group of people, place, event, happening of social relevance, or of personal importance. Scholarships are awarded solely at the discretion of the scholarship committee.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Terms & Conditions

 

All submitted photos and essays must be original work of the applicant. Applicants and winners will retain all copyright to the original material they submit. Only one submission may be entered per student, per year. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. By submitting an application to the Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship, you certify that all the information you have provided is accurate and complete.

The applicant automatically grants Anchell Photography, Inc. (API), its agents and/or representatives permission to:

  • Use their name, photo, essay response, and award amount, if any, in announcements or articles (i.e. social media, newsletter, etc) issued by API.
  • Post the applicant’s name, college or university, photographs and an essay on anchellworkshops.com website.
  • Call and/or send information to the applicant regarding their application.
Winners will be notified via email, and announced publicly, as well as on API social media pages.

Winners must show proof of enrollment or graduation during the posted dates, above, to an accredited college, university or vocational/trade school within 21 calendar days of being notified by submitting either a copy of the tuition bill or a letter of proof from the school. In the event a winner cannot prove their enrollment to an accredited college, university or vocational/trade school, API will revoke the award for that individual and award it to the first runner-up.

The winner agrees to provide individual high-resolution jpeg images or high-resolution scans of original prints or negatives for reproduction by API. The images or scans must be received with a signed statement granting API the right to use them, according to the stipulations above, prior to the award being released.

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Description

Description

About the Scholarship

 

The Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship was first awarded for the year 2016. The scholarship is meant to encourage personal involvement in social issues, and promote socially conscious documentary photography. It is open to all fully-matriculated undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of degree major, gender, ethnic background, or country of residence.

 

The subject matter is entirely the choice of the student. However, it should clearly document a person, group of people, place, event, or happening of social relevance. Submitted images should be arranged and presented so they clearly tell the story of what is being documented.

 

The project does not have to be about people. Environmental issues, including land use or misuse, urban or rural issues, global or local events, will all be considered. The key is to indicate through your photographs that you are involved and are able to communicate your feelings about the subject you are documenting.

 

The medium of capture is not important. Images made with a cell phone, DSLR camera, view camera, or any other capture device, film or digital.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

All submitted photos and essays must be original work of the applicant. Applicants and winners will retain all copyright to the original material they submit. Only one submission may be entered per student, per year. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. By submitting an application to the Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship, you certify that all the information you have provided is accurate and complete.

Benefits

Benefits

Scholarship Award: $1000US

Program Venue

Eligible Regions

Eligible Regions

All Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

All Countries

Application Process

Application Process
Required Scholarship Application Materials

 

This is a blind judging. The judges will not know the applicants name, school, ethnic origin, country of residence, or gender. While you may include captions, do not include any identifying information on the essay or in the photo file that might indicate your name, school, ethnic origin, your country of residence, or gender unless this can be inferred by the nature of the images (example: the documentary is about your family and your ethnic origin can be identified).

  • Completed on-line application
  • Photocopy proof of college/university enrollment for the academic year of application
  • 350-words or more about your documentary photo project, including who, what, where, when, and why. Include the project title on the essay.
  • Drag and drop 12 – 20 JPEG (.jpg) photos onto the application form in the order you want them viewed. We recommend you use sequential numbering to name your image files (e.g., 01-[Name of Project].jpg, 02-[Name of Project].jpg, etc.).

Optional: You may caption the images by submitting the captions in the same order as the photos in a .txt or Word document along with your photos.

 

 

Selection Criteria
Selection is based upon the application submission and student’s demonstrated interest/involvement in using photography to document a person, group of people, place, event, happening of social relevance, or of personal importance. Scholarships are awarded solely at the discretion of the scholarship committee.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Terms & Conditions

 

All submitted photos and essays must be original work of the applicant. Applicants and winners will retain all copyright to the original material they submit. Only one submission may be entered per student, per year. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. By submitting an application to the Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship, you certify that all the information you have provided is accurate and complete.

The applicant automatically grants Anchell Photography, Inc. (API), its agents and/or representatives permission to:

  • Use their name, photo, essay response, and award amount, if any, in announcements or articles (i.e. social media, newsletter, etc) issued by API.
  • Post the applicant’s name, college or university, photographs and an essay on anchellworkshops.com website.
  • Call and/or send information to the applicant regarding their application.
Winners will be notified via email, and announced publicly, as well as on API social media pages.

Winners must show proof of enrollment or graduation during the posted dates, above, to an accredited college, university or vocational/trade school within 21 calendar days of being notified by submitting either a copy of the tuition bill or a letter of proof from the school. In the event a winner cannot prove their enrollment to an accredited college, university or vocational/trade school, API will revoke the award for that individual and award it to the first runner-up.

The winner agrees to provide individual high-resolution jpeg images or high-resolution scans of original prints or negatives for reproduction by API. The images or scans must be received with a signed statement granting API the right to use them, according to the stipulations above, prior to the award being released.

Fully Funded

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Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship

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Description

Description

About the Scholarship

 

The Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship was first awarded for the year 2016. The scholarship is meant to encourage personal involvement in social issues, and promote socially conscious documentary photography. It is open to all fully-matriculated undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of degree major, gender, ethnic background, or country of residence.

 

The subject matter is entirely the choice of the student. However, it should clearly document a person, group of people, place, event, or happening of social relevance. Submitted images should be arranged and presented so they clearly tell the story of what is being documented.

 

The project does not have to be about people. Environmental issues, including land use or misuse, urban or rural issues, global or local events, will all be considered. The key is to indicate through your photographs that you are involved and are able to communicate your feelings about the subject you are documenting.

 

The medium of capture is not important. Images made with a cell phone, DSLR camera, view camera, or any other capture device, film or digital.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

All submitted photos and essays must be original work of the applicant. Applicants and winners will retain all copyright to the original material they submit. Only one submission may be entered per student, per year. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. By submitting an application to the Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship, you certify that all the information you have provided is accurate and complete.

Benefits

Benefits

Scholarship Award: $1000US

Program Venue

Eligible Regions

Eligible Regions

All Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

All Countries

Application Process

Application Process
Required Scholarship Application Materials

 

This is a blind judging. The judges will not know the applicants name, school, ethnic origin, country of residence, or gender. While you may include captions, do not include any identifying information on the essay or in the photo file that might indicate your name, school, ethnic origin, your country of residence, or gender unless this can be inferred by the nature of the images (example: the documentary is about your family and your ethnic origin can be identified).

  • Completed on-line application
  • Photocopy proof of college/university enrollment for the academic year of application
  • 350-words or more about your documentary photo project, including who, what, where, when, and why. Include the project title on the essay.
  • Drag and drop 12 – 20 JPEG (.jpg) photos onto the application form in the order you want them viewed. We recommend you use sequential numbering to name your image files (e.g., 01-[Name of Project].jpg, 02-[Name of Project].jpg, etc.).

Optional: You may caption the images by submitting the captions in the same order as the photos in a .txt or Word document along with your photos.

 

 

Selection Criteria
Selection is based upon the application submission and student’s demonstrated interest/involvement in using photography to document a person, group of people, place, event, happening of social relevance, or of personal importance. Scholarships are awarded solely at the discretion of the scholarship committee.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Terms & Conditions

 

All submitted photos and essays must be original work of the applicant. Applicants and winners will retain all copyright to the original material they submit. Only one submission may be entered per student, per year. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. By submitting an application to the Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship, you certify that all the information you have provided is accurate and complete.

The applicant automatically grants Anchell Photography, Inc. (API), its agents and/or representatives permission to:

  • Use their name, photo, essay response, and award amount, if any, in announcements or articles (i.e. social media, newsletter, etc) issued by API.
  • Post the applicant’s name, college or university, photographs and an essay on anchellworkshops.com website.
  • Call and/or send information to the applicant regarding their application.
Winners will be notified via email, and announced publicly, as well as on API social media pages.

Winners must show proof of enrollment or graduation during the posted dates, above, to an accredited college, university or vocational/trade school within 21 calendar days of being notified by submitting either a copy of the tuition bill or a letter of proof from the school. In the event a winner cannot prove their enrollment to an accredited college, university or vocational/trade school, API will revoke the award for that individual and award it to the first runner-up.

The winner agrees to provide individual high-resolution jpeg images or high-resolution scans of original prints or negatives for reproduction by API. The images or scans must be received with a signed statement granting API the right to use them, according to the stipulations above, prior to the award being released.

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Description

About the Scholarship

 

The Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship was first awarded for the year 2016. The scholarship is meant to encourage personal involvement in social issues, and promote socially conscious documentary photography. It is open to all fully-matriculated undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of degree major, gender, ethnic background, or country of residence.

 

The subject matter is entirely the choice of the student. However, it should clearly document a person, group of people, place, event, or happening of social relevance. Submitted images should be arranged and presented so they clearly tell the story of what is being documented.

 

The project does not have to be about people. Environmental issues, including land use or misuse, urban or rural issues, global or local events, will all be considered. The key is to indicate through your photographs that you are involved and are able to communicate your feelings about the subject you are documenting.

 

The medium of capture is not important. Images made with a cell phone, DSLR camera, view camera, or any other capture device, film or digital.

BENIFITS

Scholarship Award: $1000US

Eligibilities

All submitted photos and essays must be original work of the applicant. Applicants and winners will retain all copyright to the original material they submit. Only one submission may be entered per student, per year. Duplicate entries will be disqualified. By submitting an application to the Anchell International Documentary Photography Scholarship, you certify that all the information you have provided is accurate and complete.

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APPLICATION PROCESS

Required Scholarship Application Materials

 

This is a blind judging. The judges will not know the applicants name, school, ethnic origin, country of residence, or gender. While you may include captions, do not include any identifying information on the essay or in the photo file that might indicate your name, school, ethnic origin, your country of residence, or gender unless this can be inferred by the nature of the images (example: the documentary is about your family and your ethnic origin can be identified).

  • Completed on-line application
  • Photocopy proof of college/university enrollment for the academic year of application
  • 350-words or more about your documentary photo project, including who, what, where, when, and why. Include the project title on the essay.
  • Drag and drop 12 – 20 JPEG (.jpg) photos onto the application form in the order you want them viewed. We recommend you use sequential numbering to name your image files (e.g., 01-[Name of Project].jpg, 02-[Name of Project].jpg, etc.).

Optional: You may caption the images by submitting the captions in the same order as the photos in a .txt or Word document along with your photos.

 

 

Selection Criteria
Selection is based upon the application submission and student’s demonstrated interest/involvement in using photography to document a person, group of people, place, event, happening of social relevance, or of personal importance. Scholarships are awarded solely at the discretion of the scholarship committee.
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