The Save Our Seas Ocean Foundation Grant 2022 is now accepting applications.
These funds are committed to identifying and supporting a new and diverse generation of conservation storytellers, and they expand on the Foundation’s earlier Marine Conservation Photography Grants.
While they are searching for photographers who can convey tales about ocean conservation, the appeal is not restricted to underwater photography.
Story subjects may span from the creatures themselves to fisheries to the people whose lives are connected with marine life, so applicants should think widely.
Four selected grantees will be given a fully paid assignment to shoot a conservation photo story on-site (including day rate and travel), with the Ocean Storytelling Grant team as their direct mentors.
- All logistical expenses for the shoot are covered, as well as a cash award of $2,000 USD, a day rate for a 3–4-week shoot, and a year of mentoring.
Save Our Seas Ocean Foundation Grant Requirements
- Early-career and budding storytellers are welcome to apply.
- Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years of professional experience in photography or a similar field.
- They seek to inspire candidates from all walks of life throughout the globe in their hunt for fresh ideas and fascinating new voices in the area of conservation storytelling.
- They notably invite women and individuals from South and Central America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and underrepresented areas to apply for this chance in order to actively rectify inequities common across the sector.
Application for Save Our Seas Ocean Foundation Grant
- There are a few questions on the application form, and you must submit a portfolio (20 photographs) and a photo narrative (10 images).
- Each candidate will only be allowed to submit one application.
- An applicant cannot apply for a new SOSF grant if they already have one.
Save Our Seas Ocean Foundation Grant Deadline
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Deadline: November 30, 2021
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