Adobe’s stock photography service has teamed up with the non-profit organization focused on youth development, 100Cameras to launch a premium collection of curated images that represent the perspectives and experiences of young citizens around the world.
All profits from the sales of these images are going back to 100Cameras and used to fund their young community’s biggest needs.
Read on to find out more about this great initiative!
That’s what they are, in a nutshell. 100Cameras was born in 2008 as a program to give young citizens from challenging circumstances in Sudan the chance to express themselves through photography.
After an overwhelmingly positive outcome and through years of development, the organization has now grown to be present in many countries such as Cuba, Thailand, Venezuela, Vietnam, the USA, India, Turkey, Iraq, Peru, Colombia, and Brazil, where they articulate their programs with schools and partnerships with high-profile companies like Apple or ViacomCBS for one clear goal: enabling children and young adults from all over the world to share their thoughts, stories, and perspectives in a creative, visual way.
The 100Cameras photo collection on Adobe Stock hosts a curated selection of images taken by children and teenagers within the 100Cameras programs around the globe.
This is a premium collection, available on-demand and with an Enhanced (i.e. Extended) license only. Each image goes for $119.99 or $249.99 depending on size.
All proceedings from sales will go back to 100Cameras, where they will be then used to fund the communities’ most imperious needs.
This has a double benefit for the young creators of giving their images greater exposure –and thus, a stronger visual voice in the world– and show them the direct impact their work has on their communities and their lives.
For creatives using Adobe Stock, there’s the obvious perk of having these fresh, unique, and raw photographs ready to license and use, to give your content a touch of originality and stay up to date with the visual trends.
Ready to see how you can integrate these photos into your work? Head over to Adobe Stock's 100Cameras collection right now!
Header image copyright: Elle Wildhagen for 100cameras, 2019.