Watch out! For the 22nd time, the GDT invites all amateur and professional photographers from all over Europe to participate in the competition European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022.
The aim of the competition is to showcase the high quality and specific style of European nature photography in outstanding images from Europe and around the world and to promote the idea of nature conservation through photography.
In total, prizes worth 32,000 euros are offered. The overall winner will receive 3,000 euros in cash!
We wish all our members, cooperation partners, sponsors, competition participants and nature photo friends all over the world a very peaceful and happy Christmas season and look forward with confidence and hope to a good and healthy 2022!
Between beauty, uniqueness and fragility
The winning images of the competition have been selected. The overall winner and European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021 is Spanish photographer, photojournalist and author Angel Fitor, whose striking picture Medusa ballet shows jellyfish in the Spanish lagoon of Mar Menor. Congratulation to all winners of the competition!
Are you also excited to see this year's winner? Be there live tonight when the GDT presents the winning images of the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021 competition.
Livestream of the award ceremony | 8.00 p.m.
The German Society for Nature Photography - 50 Years of Openness
This documentation is both: a retrospective and a look ahead, the portrait of an association that started small and today can boast a top position in the nature photography scene in Germany and the world.
In the course of the Aves Photos Expos, several prestigious locations in the centre of Namur will come to life from 24 - 26.09.2021. You will find our ENJ 2019 exhibition in the church Notre-Dame. We look forward to seeing you there!
Nsenene – that’s what crickets are called in Ugandan. Jasper Doest won the Fritz Pölking Prize 2021 with a story about the cricket hunt in the East African country. The Fritz Pölking Junior Prize 2021 was won by Emile Séchaud from France with a portfolio on the icon of the Alpine fauna, the ibex.more information...
On 45 panels the outdoor exhibition shows a selection of the awarded competition pictures. The Museum Eckernförde presents the exhibition in cooperation with the Green Screen Festival and Eckernförde Touristik & Marketing GmbH.
Where: beach promenade at the town hall
When: During the Green Screen Festival from 04.09. to 19.09.2021
The National Museum of Natural History Luxembourg presents the joint exhibition "Biodiversity in Focus" from July 9 to August 22, 2021 with participation of our GDT RG 6 Hesse, Palatinate, Saarland.more information...
Starting 9 July 2021 the SCHEUNE BOLLEWICK near Röbel/Müritz will present the exhibition European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020, where the images can be viewed until 5 September 2021.more information...
Outdoor exhibition 'Best of European Wildlife Photographer'
Exhibition 'European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020'
Scheune Bollewick near Röbel/Müritz
GDT International Nature Photography Festival in Lünen