Last weekend, the German Society for Nature Photography (Gesellschaft für Naturfotografie - GDT) selected the GDT Nature Photographer of the Year 2020. The overall winner of the society's member's competition is Peter Lindel from Dortmund with his photograph of a hare.
Due to corona pandemic, voting was not carried out during the annual general meeting, but was completed online for the first time ever in the GDT's history with great participation by our members.
All winners receive a merchandise voucher donated by AC-Foto. The overall winner also receives a OM-D E-M1 Mark III 12-40mm kit by Olympus. We would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support!
Since May 19, 2020, the Stadtmuseum Schleswig has reopened at regular opening times and presents the exhibition European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019. The pictures can be viewed until Sunday, June 14, 2020. The planned tours unfortunately have to be canceled.More information
This competition is open for photographers residing within Europe and for GDT members. NEW: Fritz Pölking Prize and Fritz Pölking Junior Prize - This story and portfolio prize is from now on a special category integrated in the competition!More information...
Entry deadline is on February 1st 2020 at midnight. We look forward to receiving your images!participate
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|General annual meeting CANCELED!||18.04.2020|
Festival in Lünen
The winners of the renowned competition European Wildlife Photographer of the Year have been awarded in a festive award ceremony on Friday, 25 October 2019.
Eduardo Blanco Mendizabal with his photograph ‘The Ghost’ came out as the overall winner of the competition.
Congratualtions to all winners!
The Fritz Pölking Junior Prize 2019 goes to Thomas Hempelmann. And so, for the first time in this award both winners are from Germany.More information...
For the 27th time the Society of German Nature Photographers (GDT) will open the doors to the International Nature Photography Festival in Lünen. An exquisite program invites photographers and visitors from all over the world to this most renowned festival of its kind in Europe: in addition to live presentations by national and international wildlife photographers, workshops, seminars and exhibitions, a stage at the photo market with a series of product presentations and short talks on all things nature photography will provide ample opportunity to talk shop. An extensive photo market will offer information on the latest in camera technology as well as on tried and tested equipment.
To meet our ambition of international exchange, there will be simultaneous interpreting of all the lectures during the festival and the possibility to listen to them in either German or English via headphones. Welcome to Lünen!
Ticket sale starts 5 June! Advance bookings online at www.gdtfoto.de.
All information about the festival you’ll find here from 5 June.
During their annual general meeting last weekend, the Society of German Nature Photographers (Gesellschaft Deutscher Tierfotografen - GDT) selected the GDT Nature Photographer of the Year 2019. The overall winner is Klaus Tamm from Wuppertal, Germany with the photo of a yellow-collared mouse. All the results of the competition you can find in our gallery.More information...
For the 19th time the Society of German Nature Photographers (GDT) invites professional and non-professional photographers from all over Europe to join this year‘s competition.
The competition aims to illustrate the high quality and specific style of European wildlife photography through excellent pictures from Europe and all over the world. It also seeks to promote awareness for nature conservation through the means of photography.
GDT-Nature Photographer of the Year (GNPY)
European Wildlife Photographer of the Year (EWPY) &
Fritz Pölking Prize (FPP)
General annual meeting CANCELED!
Festival in Lünen
23. - 25.10.2020