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Travel Photography Scholarship 2008 - CLOSED

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Join a National Geographic on-assignment photographer in the Australian Outback!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Applications are now closed

World Nomads & National Geographic Channel are giving one exceptional student the chance to go on assignment with renowned wildlife photographer Jason Edwards!

The brief is to photograph the Arid Lands Festival and The Great Hughenden Endurance Camel Race - a 160 km camel endurance race run in the stunningly beautiful area of Porcupine Gorge in Outback Queensland, Australia.

 

Porcupine Gorge Queensland, image coutesy of Tourism Queensland.

As part of this assignment, you will work alongside and receive mentorship from Jason Edwards, gaining valuable hands-on experience in everything from shot set up, technique and composition through to insights into his many years of diverse experience as an award winning photographer.

To help you take professional photos, the scholarship recipient will receive an Olympus E3 digital camera with 14-54mm f2.8-3.5 Standard Wide Zoom Lens plus a new Lenovo Ideapad Y-510 laptop computer to store your photos and keep your journal.

The scholarship recipient's top photos will be published on the National Geographic Channel's website where they will be viewed by thousands of travellers world wide and offer you a once-in-a-lifetime chance to get your foot in the door of one of the most revered exploration organisations in the world!

The Scholarship also includes airfares from your nearest international airport, accommodation, travel insurance, visa costs and per diems.

Highly regarded for his wildlife and remote landscape photography, Jason Edwards is represented by National Geographic Image Collection.

 

What you'll be doing


* We'll fly you in from your country of residence to Longreach, Australia. You'll need to be available to be in Australia between August 19-26, 2008. The festival dates are August 22,23 & 24, 2008.

* In Hughenden, you will work alongside Jason Edwards photographing the camel race, festival events and local landscape. Your assignment will involve observing and assisting Jason as well as undertaking your own photographic work. This involves VERY early mornings, and long days chasing the perfect shot, this is not a pool-side holiday!

* You will keep a daily diary about your time on the trip and upload this to a World Nomads travel journal, including pictures you've taken.

* On your return you will submit your top photographs to National Geographic Channel for publication on www.natgeotv.com.au.

* Most of all, you'll be experiencing what it's like to be a photographer-on-asssignment with National Geographic!

Who can apply

* To be eligible you have to be currently enrolled and actively studying at a recognised educational tertiary institution and speak and write fluent English.

* Minimum age 18.

* You must have a valid drivers licence and be comfortable driving a manual vehicle. This is the Outback!

* You should be an exceptional photographer with a lust for adventure, ambition to grow your photographic skills and desire to travel to Outback Australia.

Apply now

If you want it, you've got to show it. To apply you need to:

1. Shoot a series of photos (maximum of 5) that tell a story about a place you have visited. The judges will be looking for:

* originality
* ability to convey a story through photos
* excellent technique

2. Upload your photos (maximum of 5) from this theme to Flickr and

a. Use the image captions to tell us about the place you photographed.
b. Tag your images with the keywords 'Scholarship 2008' - remember to use the inverted commas.
c. Add the images to the World Nomads Group. Only photographs in this group, tagged correctly will be considered.

3. Complete an entry form which includes a 300 word (max) essay on why you should be chosen and copy and paste the links to your photo series.

5. The recipient of the Scholarship, along with the best entries will be published on the World Nomads website on July 14, 2008.

Applications are closed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conditions of Entry

1. Information on the scholarship prize and how to enter forms part of these conditions of entry. By applying for this scholarship you agree to be bound by these conditions of entry and all decisions of the scholarship promoter (World Nomads) which are final in all matters relating to the promotion. The scholarship and these conditions of entry are void where prohibited by law. Any changes to these conditions of entry will be published on the World Nomads website at www.worldnomads.com.

2. The promoter is World Nomads Pty Limited of Level 5, 24 York St, Sydney, NSW 2000.

3. Employees of World Nomads, National Geographic Channel, Lenovo, Olympus and their subsidiaries and affiliated companies, and members of their immediate families or households, are ineligible to apply for this scholarship.

4. Entry is free. No purchase necessary. You must be older than 18 to enter and currently enrolled and actively studying at a recognised educational institution. You must also have a valid passport and be available to be in Australia from August 19- 26, 2008. You must also have a valid drivers licence and be comfortable driving a manual car. To enter you must shoot a series of photos which tell a story about a place you have visited, upload your photos (maximum of 5) to www.flickr.com , tag your images with the keywords 'Scholarship 2008' and add them to the World Nomads Group. Only photographs in this group will be considered. You must also complete an entry form which includes a 300 word (or less) essay on why you should be chosen and copy and paste the links to your photo series.


5. The scholarship entries can be submitted from 9.00am AEST on April 1, 2008 and entries close at 11.59m AEST on 30 June 2008. Entries are deemed to be received at the time of receipt by World Nomads and World Nomads records are conclusive as to the time of receipt. All dates are subject to change if necessary in World Nomads discretion.

6. The Scholarship recipient will be selected by a panel of three judges including one independent judge, determining the best overall entry from a review of all eligible entries. The best overall entry is deemed to be the one that demonstrates excellent technique and best depicts a story about "a place you have visited" and articulates why the applicant should be awarded the 2008 World Nomads Travel Photography Scholarship. The selection will be conducted at World Nomads Pty Limited of Level 5, 24 York St, Sydney, NSW 2000 on Tuesday July 1, 2008. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into, including in the event of a dispute. Chance plays no part in determining the successful scholarship recipient. The successful applicant will receive the following;

* 1 x return economy airfare to Townsville or Longreach, Australia from nearest major international airport organised by World Nomads.
* Ground transport to and from the airport to Hughenden.
* 4 x nights accomodtion in Hughenden (premises tbc) and overnight accommodation in Brisbane if required.
* per diems of AUD$60 per day to cover meals
* 1 x E3 Olympus digital camera and with 14-54mm f2.8-3.5 Standard Wide Zoom.
* 1 x Lenovo Ideapad Y-510 laptop computer
* Travel Insurance
* Mentorship from Jason Edwards

7. The scholarship recipient must submit a disk of their top photographs from the assignment to World Nomads and the National Geographic Channel no later than 1 month after returning from the trip. The scholarship recipient must also agree not to promote, sell or offer their assignment photographs to any other National Geographic body other than the National Geographic Channel.

8. The scholarship recipient must also keep a daily travel diary and upload diary entries (no less than 200 words per daily entry) to their World Nomads Journal, no later than 2 weeks after returning from the trip.

8. The Scholarship recipient will be notified by email and the recipient's name will be published on the World Nomads website within 14 days after selection.

9. If the Scholarship recipient is not immediately identifiable or contactable World Nomads will make reasonable efforts to identify and/or contact the Scholarship recipient. If the Scholarship recipient has not accepted the scholarship by 10 July 2008, the next best entry will be selected as scholarship recipient.

10. No responsibility is accepted for late, lost or misdirected mail or any errors or failures in internet or other communications. World Nomads reserves the right to cancel or modify the scholarship promotion if, in its sole discretion, the administration of the scholarship promotion is impaired for technical or other reasons beyond its reasonable control and, in such an event, may select the Scholarship recipient from all valid entries received prior to the impairment.

11. Scholarship prize consists of:

* 1 x return economy airfare to Townsville or Longreach (Approx AUD$2500)
* 4 x nights accomodtion in Hughenden (Approx AUD$400)
* per diems of AUD$60 per day to cover meals (AUD $300)
* 1 x E3 Olympus digital camera and with 14-54mm f2.8-3.5 Standard Wide Zoom.(AU$3599)
* 1 x Lenovo Ideapad Y-510 laptop computer (AUD $1499)
* Travel Insurance (Approx $300)

Total prize value of scholarship is approximately AUD$8,598

12. The value of the prize is accurate at the date of commencement of the scholarship promotion. World Nomads accepts no responsibility for any variation in the value of the prize after that date. The prize cannot be refunded, transferred, substituted or redeemed for cash. World Nomads reserves the right in its sole discretion to substitute the prize with cash or a prize of comparable value if the prize cannot be awarded as described for any reason.

13. The scholarship recipient will be responsible for all personal expenses and any other expenses, fees and costs connected with the prize that are not included in the prize description. The scholarship recipients are also responsible for all transportation to the point of departure, including accommodation costs prior to and following the travel dates in order to meet flight connections.

14. The scholarship recipient must hold valid passports. Entry visas, if applicable will be organised prior to departure.

15. The scholarship recipient agrees that acceptance of the prize by the scholarship recipient is conditional upon compliance with all relevant laws, rules and regulations and upon the scholarship recipient releasing World Nomads,National Geographic Channel, Lenovo, Olympus, Outback Australia Tourism, Arid Lands Festival and their affiliates, subsidiaries, directors, officers, employees and agents, from any and all liability, claims, demands and causes of action for any personal injury or other loss or damage (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) suffered in connection with the acceptance or use of the prize, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law. World Nomads reserves the right to disqualify the scholarship recipient at its absolute discretion in the event of non-compliance or the failure to provide such releases.

16. As the author of your entry, you warrant that your photographs are original, your own work and have not been digitally manipulated in any way. Any photos deemed by the judges to be digitally manipulated will not be considered for the Scholarship.

17. It will be a condition of entry that both scholarship applicants and the scholarship recipient will grant a non-exclusive copyright license to World Nomads, National Geographic Channel, Lenovo, Olympus and Outback Queensland Tourism to reproduce the work for subsequent promotion of the Scholarship Program.


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Comments

1

looking forward to this

  Jack Jackson Apr 11, 2008 4:12 AM

2

can i join?im only 17 years old. i really want to experience the land down under. please. i'm a first year college here in the philippines.

  jubert john marzan Apr 14, 2008 1:25 PM

3

unfortunately,am too old to qualify,but still, is there some opprtunity for 47 year old adults like me ?

  Jason John Apr 14, 2008 9:59 PM

4

I think this is truly a wonderful opportunity to work with one of the best photographers in the world and learn.

  Mohd. Aamer Makhmoor Apr 15, 2008 1:40 AM

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Hello

Is it available for taking photo as hobby to join this opportunity ?

Thanks

  ikadewi Apr 18, 2008 1:24 PM

6

Well, that is by far one of the best opportunity there is, but i finished school a few years ago, could i still join or is there some other i could enroll into?

  Martine Girard Apr 20, 2008 7:04 AM

7

awesome! can't wait to submit some stuff!
:D

  Erin Lewis Apr 21, 2008 5:58 AM

8

Also wondering the same thing as some above: I graduated in April 2007, do you have to be currently enrolled to enter?

  Ashley Dinges Apr 24, 2008 11:50 AM

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Hi all - yes as per the terms and conditions you do need be currently enrolled and actively studying for this particular opportunity.

We also run a a number of other competitions etc throughout the year so check back to our site. For example check out the Where is Sanchez? photo comp we are currently running.

  scholarships Apr 24, 2008 12:03 PM

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An image say much more than thousand words, see you on the contest!
everything lays on the eye of the beholder

  Dveirel Kovalsky Apr 26, 2008 12:44 AM

11

So if we are not currently studying photography we wont be considered?

  Nicole Schmitz Apr 26, 2008 6:08 AM

12

Hi - I'm looking forward to entering this contest and was wondering what 'place' means, in the context of our image submissions? Does that mean one city, a country, or a region of the world, for example as visited during a trip? Or perhaps place is something we define ourselves?

  Dan Shugar Apr 27, 2008 10:07 AM

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Hi - I'm looking forward to entering this contest and was wondering what 'place' means, in the context of our image submissions? Does that mean one city, a country, or a region of the world, for example as visited during a trip? Or perhaps place is something we define ourselves?

  Dan Shugar Apr 27, 2008 11:30 AM

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Hi - I'm looking forward to entering this contest and was wondering what 'place' means, in the context of our image submissions? Does that mean one city, a country, or a region of the world, for example as visited during a trip? Or perhaps place is something we define ourselves?

  Dan Shugar Apr 27, 2008 12:03 PM

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Hi - I'm looking forward to entering this contest and was wondering what 'place' means, in the context of our image submissions? Does that mean one city, a country, or a region of the world, for example as visited during a trip? Or perhaps place is something we define ourselves?

  Dan Shugar Apr 27, 2008 12:24 PM

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'Place' can be as you interpret it. Obviously we will receive many submissions from travels - but we do not mean to exclude anyone who has not has this opportunity.

Please refer to the information set out above to find out what the judges will be looking for.

  scholarships Apr 28, 2008 9:52 AM

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This would be an amazing experience! Am really looking forward to going out and taking my entry shots now.

  Jessie Grinter Apr 28, 2008 10:06 AM

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hi, can you explore more about put "tag and caption on your picture" on 4 easy steps. Should i make in on JPEG, or .pdf ?
if we got scholarships, we will have an olympus camera and a laptop. Are these standard tools we will use on doing photograph. So we do not need to bring with us our bulky gear?

thanks

  andi hakim Apr 28, 2008 7:48 PM

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Hi,

Just wondering if it is possible to enter more than once.

  anon Apr 28, 2008 11:29 PM

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Hi - thanks for the answer. I'm not sure why my question was posted 4 separate times as I only submitted it once. Anyhow, I've uploaded my images and I've got one more question. Will the judges respect the order of my photographs, as listed in my application form (ie 'photo 1', 'photo 2', etc, rather than the order on the flickr group? For some reason the uploading jumbled the order I intended.

  Dan Shugar Apr 29, 2008 12:28 AM

21

i'm as a staff of forestry departement (government. can i join?..i like photograph,but i'm still a beginner/ amateur..hopely to join a contest!!!

  Satria Giri Apr 29, 2008 1:32 PM

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Hi all,

You must 'tag' your photos with in the Worldnomads.com group - "Scholarship 2008" so we can easily find your submissions.

The 'caption' tells us a bit about where the shot was taken - so a brief description of the photo.

If you clearly label your photos in order, this will be taken into consideration by the judges.

Thanks, World Nomads

  scholarships Apr 30, 2008 11:34 AM

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Dear Sir, Im From Indonesian,
I Hope get up This Scholarship, because, Im interesting about art and design, especially Travel Photography.
Thank for attention and cooporation.



Yenelkarawie
Komp. Darussa'adah
16.5 Labuan St, Cikaduen Halte
Saketi Pandeglang - Banten 42273
Hp. +6287871192052

  Yenelkarawie May 4, 2008 8:16 PM

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Argh! That sounds fabulous, except I'm only on my Ls learning on manual. I'm so close.. but bookings for Ps before the 30th of june are impossible because of the new rules! What if I get my license before August? Am I eligible?

Cheers!

  Nat May 9, 2008 11:20 PM

25

Hello,
Is it alright if we enter photographs that we have already taken from a place we visited a while ago?

-Nicole. El Paso, TX

  Nicole May 11, 2008 9:34 AM

26

Hello,
Is it alright if we enter photographs that we have already taken from a place we visited a while ago?

-Nicole. El Paso, TX

  Nicole May 11, 2008 1:28 PM

27

Hi,

Yes its fine to submit photos from places you have visited previously, and to be eligable you will need to posses a full drivers licence by the time of the assignment (August).

World Nomads

  scholarships May 12, 2008 11:18 AM

28

Hi!
I would realy love to join this, but I'm no longer a student, I finishid college in 2003... So, with my 27 years, can I apply for the scholarship? Please?? Rs...
If it's not possible, how can I get in contact with NG photographers? Thanks!

  Cris May 16, 2008 2:25 PM

29

Are you supposed to have a certain level of photographic expertise to enter? Though I'm majoring in photojournalism, and am currently attending college, I have not yet taken any photography classes. Is this a problem?

  Jackie May 20, 2008 1:48 AM

30

You say, "'Place' can be as you interpret it." So can simply "Europe," be a place? Or does it have to be more specific like, "Spain"?

  Jackie May 20, 2008 1:55 AM

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wow! I can't wait to send my photos in! This has made me jump on getting my application in since I just graduated with a BA. but planned on going back to school anyway!

  Vanessa May 23, 2008 1:54 AM

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"Place can be interpreted any way you like - Spain, Europe, your local town hall - its up to you.

This is scholarship for a student - so you are not expected to be an expert, however it is a competitive selection process, so you're photos will need to demonstrate some skill.

And yes you need to be student - sorry.

  scholarships May 23, 2008 8:21 AM

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Hi!
I ahve two questions...
1) One does not to be a photography or related subjecs student, right? I for instance study Biology (which is somehow related to photography, since we, field biologists, spend a lot of time in nature, but still...)
2) What do you consider to be a recognized university? Do you have a list of them? Or is it a university recognized by the country's government?...
Thanks!
- Pavel.

  Pavel Dodonov May 24, 2008 6:39 AM

34

I would love to enter this - But I LIVE in Australia, does that make me ineligable?

  Tim May 24, 2008 7:12 PM

35

Just some quick clarification...

I understand that the photos cannot be digitally manipulated in any way...I just want to confirm that it also includes cropping and/or rotating (as in, no cropping or rotating allowed).

Thank you!

  Vanessa May 25, 2008 12:39 PM

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see you there

:D:D

  richard May 26, 2008 11:54 PM

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What does it mean by the photos cannot be digitally manipulated in any way. Does it mean that I cannot edit my photos in Photoshop in any way like commonly analog photographers used in a dark room?

Thanks

  Dimas May 27, 2008 5:34 AM

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What we classify as manipulation is as follows;

Digital processing differs from digital manipulation. tone mapping, saturation, contrast, converting colour to B&W, cropping we consider to be processing, which is fine. Manipulation is using the rubber stamp to clone out areas, past in foreign objects, basically change the composition of the photo.

In answer to other questions;

1. yes you can be studying anything.
2. yes you can be anywhere in the world including Australia.
3. A recognised institute means not a made up one!

WORLD NOMADS

  scholarships May 28, 2008 1:45 PM

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I'm really interested in this contest, but maybe it came too early, so i'm wondering if this is the opportunity or if there are going to have some others like this one.

  Mariana Jansen Jun 3, 2008 10:21 AM

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I graduated with my BS in 2006. However, I'm accepted and enrolled in grad school for Fall 2008, but classes don't begin until August 20th, 2008. Do I qualify as "currently enrolled and actively studying"? Thanks.

  Brent Jun 7, 2008 3:01 AM

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Hi,

I would love to have the opportunity. Too bad I do not know how to drive. I guess I have to keep on searching other chances to be a good photographer.

Good luck you guys!!!

  Mardiarini Jun 12, 2008 8:04 AM

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Hi, I'm interested to join this, but currently I am not a student yet. I will be enrolled on January 2009. I already hold a BA though, so, could I still join the competition? Looking forward for your answers, because I am really excited and I have already bunch of pictures to downloaded.

Cheers,
Dina

  Dina Susanti Jun 12, 2008 1:23 PM

43

i hope i can join this.. looking forward to meet jason hihihi... =D

  Albert Sumilat Jun 13, 2008 3:56 AM

44

what about if i used panorama maker software?

its that ok? cause i think that is part of photography teqnique too... thx...

  b49us Jun 13, 2008 10:48 PM

45

Sir, i'm a photo-journalist, right now working in The Times of India, Kolkata edition. I'm interested to join in the compittition.

  sayantan ghosh Jun 15, 2008 4:24 AM

46

Hi, I would love to join this scholarships.
I hope you can pick me up.
I'm just wondering can be the photographer. I wish that dream come true.

Cheers,
Richard

  Richard Angkapranoto Jun 15, 2008 8:05 PM

47

Hi,

I JUST graduated from Franklin Pierce University. I am not actively studying, but I would love this opportunity to apply. Is it at all possible even though I just graduated?

  Hilary delaBruere Jun 17, 2008 11:39 AM

48

Sorry to sound like a broken record people but yes you need to be a student who is currently enrolled and actively studying at the time of the Scholarship assignment (August) .

For those caught out by this - check out or Travel Documentary Scholarship - open to everyone.
http://journals.worldnomads.com/scholarships/post/19299.aspx

Panorama maker software is fine.

  scholarships Jun 17, 2008 12:00 PM

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hi,i'm tico from Indonesia.
if i don't have a drive lisence, it means i really can't join this scholarship even i REALLY, REALLY want to?

  tic Jun 19, 2008 9:09 PM

50

Hey,

I know that I am under age... I'm 16. But can we still apply? I'm doing home school and live in the bush, have for most of my life and know how to drive a manual(im only on my L's) and know all about the bush. I am always keen to learn new things. I love photography.
If we are under age with the licence, could we bring an adult?

  M. Munster Jun 21, 2008 11:30 AM

51

Hi..
I am a young photographer...and i am really keen to be a part of the Nat Geo Photography Scholarship. I passed out of a photography school last year...i know that you have mentioned that one has be studying to be a part of this but can something be done...please..can i still send in my work...
This would be the most amazing thing for me ever!!....please do reply....

  vaydehi khandelwal Jun 22, 2008 7:32 PM

52

Hi, if I'm enrolled in a photography school (not a college/ university, but something like taking courses outside schools/ colleges, no-degree program, am I eligible to enter? I am still considered as a student there. Thanks.

  Yani Jun 24, 2008 2:34 AM

53

Hi all,

The terms and conditions are as they stand and unfortunately cannot be bended for individual circumstances - or it simply would not be fair;

You must be 18 or over
You must have a driver's license
You must be currently studying

Photography school is acceptable.

Thanks.

  scholarships Jun 24, 2008 11:52 AM

54

Hello,
Yesterday after filling the application form, i had to click "Next" twice to read the conditions of entry, and then and ad was displayed. No confirmation mail. Is that the normal process of application?
Thank you

  jb Jun 26, 2008 5:12 PM

55

Hi
I had the same problem as jb above, after completing the application fully, I read through two conditions of entry, clicked "Next" and a 'MonkeySurvey' ad appeared. No confirmation e-mail was received either. Should I submit again? How do I know if my application went through?
Thanks

  camilagaco Jun 27, 2008 11:43 PM

56

Hi
I had the same problem as jb above, after completing the application fully, I read through two conditions of entry, clicked "Next" and a 'MonkeySurvey' ad appeared. No confirmation e-mail was received either. Should I submit again? How do I know if my application went through?
Thanks

  camilagaco Jun 28, 2008 3:34 AM

57

Hi WN..
I just try to apply from link above..
But nothing happen..
I just send one story before..
And i've made mistake and try to send another one..

Regards
Chalid Nasution

  Chalid Nasution Jun 28, 2008 9:17 PM

58

Can the story be fiction?

Thank you.

  Zoe J Jun 29, 2008 6:53 AM

59

Hi
I had the same problem as jb above too, after completing the application fully, I read through two conditions of entry, clicked "Next" and a 'SurveyMonkey' ad appeared. No confirmation e-mail was received either. Should I submit again? How do I know if my application went through?
Thanks,
Gaurav Dhwaj Khadka

  Gaurav Dhwaj Khadka Jun 29, 2008 10:07 AM

60

Hi!
Is there any way that we can find out that you receive our submitted form?
Thanks,
Gaurav Dhwaj Khadka

  Gaurav Dhwaj Khadka Jun 29, 2008 10:20 AM

61

Would it be possible to re-entry a submission in order to send in a better essay?

Rgds.

  Juliana Jun 29, 2008 1:32 PM

62

Another thing:
If the inverted commas are supposed to keep the tag "Scholarship 2008" as a unity, it's not working. It will only work with quote marks ("") and not inverted commas.
Most tags have the "Scholarship" separated from the "2008" part.
Please consider this or instruct further.

Thank you!

  Zoe J Jun 29, 2008 11:32 PM

63

Hi all.

Sorry - Im not sure what happened at the end of your entry form process - but you will not be sent an email. I have just checked and have received your entry form (for those that specifically asked)

Sorry - only one entry per person, so you cannot re-enter your essay.

Im not sure what the 'fiction' question refers to? You should truthfully answer all the questions in the entry form.

Thanks you for pointing out the difference between inverted commas and quotation marks. I will be searching for both terms Scholarship and 2008 - so as long as you have tagged these words within teh World Nomads group - you will be picked up in the search.

Thanks.

  scholarships Jun 30, 2008 7:30 AM

64

Hello.

Thanks for the answer on the inverted commas issue.
By fiction, I meant... well, fiction. I think the confusion is that I was talking about the story that is portrayed by the pictures. Not at all related to the entry form.

In my description of the first pictures, I added a small resume of the story I think the photos convey (just for viewer's clarity). I hope that won't be a problem.

zoe J

  zoe J Jun 30, 2008 8:35 AM

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how do i copy and paste entry form to my photos in flickr. when i finished the form it just goes to monkey survey so what do i do then. can you check if my entry has gone through please. Andrea Partridge

  andrea_partridge Jun 30, 2008 5:04 PM

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I sent in my entry form the other day, is it possible to just confirm that it was received?

Thanks for your time!

Vanessa

  Vanessa Robicheau Jun 30, 2008 11:10 PM

67

thank you for this

  andrea hendrix Jul 1, 2008 6:56 AM

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Good luck everyone!

  Zoe J Jul 1, 2008 11:23 AM

69

I am to late to hear travel scholarship.........

  arif yulianto Oct 8, 2008 8:09 PM

70

hi im photography student working by village photography

  shivasharan Oct 10, 2008 10:36 PM

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