Two men load solar panels on a boat in Kenya

Two men load solar panels on a boat in Longech Village, Turkana County, Kenya.

Ocean Visuals: audience engagement opportunity

 

Ocean Visuals is a unique, free and mutual opportunity for organisations and individuals to collaborate with Climate Visuals and Comms Inc and engage with their supporters and followers.

Read on to find out more about how you can get involved.

Follow us on Twitter, Instagram & amplify Ocean Visuals

Check out Ocean Visuals and our full photography brief  

Register on Climate Visuals

Open call now closed, judging in process

100 photographs will be selected by a diverse and independent jury

$1,000 USD license fee per photograph selected

Building a new image collection made freely available to non-profits, media and educators

 

 

How can my organisation get involved?

  • Amplify Ocean Visuals evidence ahead of the collection release - now until late October 2022
    • Share our current and future Twitter and Instagram posts to encourage your followers to register
  • Apply the evidence - Now and ongoing
    • The photography brief is evidence-based and ready to use
    • Follow the recommendations to make your own ocean-climate communications more impactful
  • Download current promotional and future selected images - Now & October 2022
    • Register for the Climate Visuals library to download existing content
    • The top 100 Ocean Visuals images will be available for editorial media, not-for-profit, campaigners and educators to use for free.
  • View and download the final collection from the Climate Visuals library ahead of the embargo

Underwater greenhouses seen below the surface of the water with the coastline visible above.

Underwater biospheres at Nemo's Garden, Liguria, Italy.

Briefing Sessions

Ocean Visuals soft-launched on the 24th of August by hosting 2 webinars for the One Ocean Flotilla and RISE UP campaign and communication networks to amplify the project.

What impact does Climate Visuals have?

The Ocean Visuals initiative builds on the success of the Climate Visuals with TED Countdown open call in 2021. The initiative reached over 5.2 million people globally, with more than 5,500 photographs submitted by a gender-balanced group of photographers from more than 140 countries. Following major exhibitions at COP26, the resulting collection of climate solutions imagery continues to bring massive, positive disruption and impact within the media.

Follow us on Twitter, Instagram & amplify Ocean Visuals

Check out Ocean Visuals and our full photography brief  

Register on Climate Visuals

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