World Press Photo list of Grants/Scolarships/Schools/Workshops

Alexia Foundation - grants for professional and student photographers to produce photographs that promote world peace and cultural understanding. Arts Council England - the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery. European Cultural FoundationFifty Crows - international fund for documentary photography. Fund for Investigative Journalism - grants to reporters working outside the protection and backing of major news organizations. Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography. Howard Chapnick Grant for the advancement of photojournalism - established by the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund - Ian Parry Scholarship - annual competition for photographers either attending a full-time photography course or under the age of 24. Open Society Institute - grants, scholarships and fellowships.

 

Schools & workshopsEddie Adams Workshop - annual gathering of the top professionals in photojournalism along with 100 carefully selected students. ICP School - International Center of Photography School, New York. Pathshala - The South Asian Institute of Photography, Dhaka, Bangladesh.Photo department of the Danish School of Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark. Poynter Institute - a school based in Florida, USA, for journalists, future journalists, and teachers of journalists. Toscana Photographic Workshop - a centre where one has the possibility to attend photographic workshops with major international photographers. Tuscany, Italy. The Workshops - Year-round one-week workshops for photographers and others. Rockport, Maine, USA.

 

Poll

Which Photo Agency Is Hardest To Deal With? (Please use the comment section to address some of the issues you see.)
Getty
29%
Corbis
7%
Sipa
5%
Blackstar
4%
WireImage
6%
Panos
1%
Agency VU
2%
Lookat Photos
4%
VII
6%
Magnum
11%
Aurora
1%
Gamma
5%
WPN
5%
Zuma Press
8%
Polaris
5%
Total votes: 690