The competition theme is women's empowerment.
Alicia Keys, as in the singer and global creative director of BlackBerry, launched a scholars scheme back in June, which promised to support tech-loving females.
Now, Nokia has now teamed up with the Thomson Reuters Foundation for a global photography content that is designed to empower women.
The challenge was announced at the Trust Women Conference yesterday evening and calls upon creatives and photo-journalists to submit photos demonstrating female leadership such as courage, passion, innovation and and motherhood.
Photos will be voted for by the public and judged by a group of photography, journalism and women's rights experts who are looking to inspire and spark debate.
The ten finalists will be asked to use the Nokia Lumia 1020 and create a portfolio of female empowerment snaps solely from using the WinPho-powered smartphone.
The winner will receive the first Thomson Reuters Foundation–Nokia Photography Award, which includes professional training on mobile journalism, a Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone – obviously – and more.