The International Conservation Photography Awards

The International Conservation Photography Awards (ICP Awards), is a premier worldwide photography event.

The biennial juried photo competition, along with awarding cash and merchandise to selected photographers, will include an online exhibit, a six week museum gallery show at the Museum of History and Industry in Seattle, Washington, and publication in a prestigious photography magazine.

The selected prints will celebrate the world's diversity along with the creativity and originality of photographers.

The ICP Awards is a biennial (every two years) community event involving foundations, sponsors, politicians, and photographers to promote environmental and cultural conservation.

It is open to all photographers world-wide.

All photographic processes and formats are eligible.

Images made in any location worldwide are eligible.

Images must be in keeping with ICP's Mission.

You may enter as many categories as you like, but you may only submit up to 4 entries per category.

Heavily manipulated images will not be accepted.

Color and contrast adjustments, sharpening, burning and dodging, etc. will be accepted within reason so long as it does not alter the subject content of the original image.

For more information and application, visit: The International Conservation Photography Awards Website

Scholarship 2017/18

Undergraduate Scholarships,
Masters Scholarships,
PhD Scholarships,
International Scholarships.