The Richard and Siobhán Coward Foundation: Grants for Analogue Photography


These grants are to support photographers in projects for which the use of analogue techniques are central to implementation. Grants of £250 – £1,000 are available.

For the purpose of these grants, analogue photography is defined as the predominantly film-based processes that were used before the development of digital photography. Examples include: 35mm and medium format film photography, wet plate collodion, polaroid, tintype, slide transparency, pinhole camera photography and camera-less processes such as photogram or cyanotype.

Check out the previously supported projects here.

The deadline for applications is midday on the 2nd of April each year.
Applications received after this deadline will not be accepted.


Image: Detail from Lloyds of London by Richard Coward



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