2021 CameraPro Photography and Videography Grant
For the third year running, The Explorer’s Grant will provide $12500 to assist worthy causes and raise awareness of them through photography/video. We are also proud to announce our new Junior category for creatives who are 13-17 years old.It’s an outstanding opportunity enabling photographers/filmmakers, either established or emerging, to enact real, positive change through their work.
Founded in 2007, CameraPro is an Australian photographic retailer with a difference. We believe in the power of creativity as an effective agent of change. As such, we frequently collaborate with organisations whose missions align with our values and are constantly looking for new avenues to create positive impact. That’s why we created the Explorer’s Grant.
What is The Explorer’s Grant?
There’s nothing more powerful than a visionary with a cause. But any cause needs support and gaining support needs exposure.The Explorer's Grant was established to offer humanitarians, environmentalists, storytellers, innovators and pioneers both financial support and exposure for their chosen cause through photography and/or videography.
What We’re Looking For
The project can last for up to 6 months with a focus on Australian creatives making a positive social or environmental impact within Australia. We are looking for creativity that has impact and a strong reach.
Photography - $5,000 funding ($3,000 for project + $2,000 for cause)
Videography- $5,000 funding ($3,000 for project + $2,000 for cause)
Junior (13-17 years old)- $2,500 funding ($1,500 for project + $1,000 for cause)
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
Entrants retain copyright of their Content. By submitting the Content to the Promoter, entrants grant the Promoter and assignees exclusive licence to use the Content without additional Payment to the Grant for a period of 12 months, and then a non-exclusive and perpetual licence to use the Content without payment for marketing purposes worldwide. This permission extends to publication and reproduction in media, on catalogues, posters, postcards, publications, on the internet. Where possible, entrants will receive credits with each use.