The Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation and ChromaLuxe announce The Documentary Photography Grant

Updated: Mar 5

This grant was created to encourage the betterment of humanity through the presentation of editorially based imagery representing humanistic themes including human unrest, famine, disease, national and international politics, war, uprisings, injustice and triumph.





As well, this grant was set up to lend credence to the photographers themselves who give so much of their time, energy, enthusiasm, money, and, at times, their lives to create images that bear witness and are sometimes shockingly brutal. Purpose of the grant is to support completion of proposed projects, either completely new or in progress. This category is for non-fiction humanistic photographic work only. Images of objects, fashion, fauna or flora will not be considered.



MROF IN ASSOCIATION WITH CHROMALUXE


MROF, Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation, in association with ChromaLuxe, is excited to announce the 2020 Call for Entries for Outstanding Work in Documentary Photography. Documentary photographers globally are invited to submit documentary work covering disenfranchised communities, war, famine, poverty, religious persecution, political oppression, forced migration, and social issues or injustices impacting populations around the world. The documentary photography grant will be awarded for the completion, or start and completion of a print photographic project. One selected submission will receive EUR 3,000 in funding. Submissions will be accepted through March 31, 2020.


See the Photography Grants page for full details.



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