Wow. It's going to be a photography-themed reality show, except you have to pay to be on it:
Shared with the World
Along the inevitable twists and turns of the journey, EXPOSURE: Hawai'i will be filmed and aspects will be produced as shorts by Living Exposed. However, distinct from the approach most often employed by the entertainment industry, this production will be actively developed by all participants - as a byproduct of their photographic inquiries. EXPOSURE will not be artificially dramatized, but will seek to share a story of discovery. The goal of the final media (distributed primarily via online channels) will be to: 1) increase insight into the unfolding of photographic challenges; 2) encourage and share the beauty of artistic expression in "real time"; and 3) entertain through – and in doing so promote – the lived aspects of photography that celebrate an appreciation for the world we live in. This is going to be fun!
Involvement in EXPOSURE: Hawai'i will be limited to a small number of participants (~10) selected from applications received by December 7th, 2009. Those notified of acceptance will be asked to confirm their participation by making a non-refundable USD $350.00 holding payment. A final registration fee of USD $950.00 will be due no later than two weeks prior to the commencement of the project. The payments will cover all major costs, including on-island transport, accommodation for the duration of the project, meals and snacks for the duration of the project days, as well a limited amount of EXPOSURE-related gear including field notebooks, supplemental materials, and an item of customized clothing.
Please note that EXPOSURE does not provide travel to or from Kona, Hawai'i, or cover personal incidentals (e.g. additional food or drink, memorabilia), nor offer any cameras, computers, or specialized photographic equipment to participants. All participants are expected to provide their own photographic gear (including computers and photographic accessories if available), but prospective applicants should also note that the possession of extensive (or expensive) photographic gear is not necessarily advantageous.
I don't see any mention of residuals paid to the participants if this ever gets aired. Thanks, but no thanks.