Trust Women Photo Award 2015 Competition - Photography competition

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Microsoft and Thomson Reuters Foundation are inviting photographers around the world to take part in photography competition named Trust Women Photo Award, which aims to advance women’s rights, in return for some amazing photo career opportunities.


This photography competition is an invitation for aspiring photographers and photojournalists to submit images capturing the lives and stories of remarkable women around the world achieving incredible things in their communities.

The Trust Women Photo Award competition has a two round selection process. In the 1st round 10 finalists will be selected. In the 2nd round the finalists will be provided with a Microsoft Lumia 930 and required to submit a portfolio of 5 photos based on a new brief. The second round will be completed with the selection of the Trust Women Photo Award winner.

Registration on Talenthouse is required for entering the competition.


The Selected Photographer will have their work showcased in London at the Trust Women Conference, be awarded the esteemed Trust Women Photo Award, be featured in an interview published on the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s award-winning website, have their work showcased across the social channels of Thomson Reuters Foundation, Trust Women, and Microsoft, receive an all-expense paid trip to a Mobile Journalism training course, and have their portfolio reviewed by the Thomson Reuters Foundation multimedia team.


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