Photo Commissions

We provide busy Photo Editors & Communications Managers with a pool of world class photographers and videographers who specialise in environmental, social and development assignments based predominantly in developing countries around the globe.

We source photographers based as near to assignments as  possible who understand the language and culture of that region.
We can also advise on all aspects of the commissioning process, from briefing the photographer and negotiating fees, right through to editing the final images. 
If you are extremely busy we can he take the whole project off your hands.

 Here are a few examples  of recent clients we have worked with:

WWF- UK – Better Cotton Initiative – Pakistan

Shoot the Earth photographer Asim Hafeez documented the work of the WWF and the  Better Cotton Initiative in Pakistan. Pakistan is the fourth largest producer of cotton in the world and accounts for 40% of the nation’s total labour force.   It is the largest industrial sector in Pakistan. The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) aspires to make global cotton better for the people involved, the environment it grows in, and the sector’s future.

WWF are working with BCI to transform cotton production into a sustainable industry.

These links to the WWF website give you more details about their work and Asims’ photos  www.wwf.org.uk/pakistancotton. http://blogs.wwf.org.uk/blog/business-government/green-economy/what-cotton-is-your-t-shirt-made-of/

 

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The Guardian – International Journalism Competition – Nepal

Shoot the Earth photographer Nayantara covered a story written by one of the Guardians’ International Journalism contenders.  The Story was….

Nepal’s Killer in the Kitchen: how can premature deaths from cooking over open fires be prevented?

And the theme was sponsored by Practical Action

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WaterAid  US – Documenting the work of WaterAid – Nicaragua

Shoot the Earth photographer Rodrigo Cruz documented the work of WaterAid in Nicaragua.

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