Jury Nature Photographer of the Year 2019
Nature Photographer of the Year has great line-up of expert judges to review the images for this year’s competition. We’re currently working hard tot get confirmation from all the jury members. So, watch this website every now and then to stay informed! All our judges have a background in nature photography or editing. The judges come from diverse organizations and countries, but we have ensured that an emphasis on photography and nature remains at the core. We are sure that they will have different opinions on what makes a good picture and we look forward to the lively debates that we’ll have before the winners are selected!
During our yearly Nature Talks Photo Festival on the 9/10th of November 2019 in the Netherlands we will annouce all the winners. The winners will also have a Photo Exhibition on the festival before it will be traveling through the Netherlands and Belgium. So enter the contest now and and we will show your amazing images to the world!
Keith Wilson - Photo editor
For Keith Wilson, creative collaboration and dialogue with the great names of documentary and nature photography are his quest. He is renowned for his interviews with modern masters such as Jim Brandenburg, Steve Winter, Sebastiâo Salgado, Audun Rikardsen, Frans Lanting, Federico Veronesi, Sandra Bartocha, Jasper Doest and Britta Jaschinski.
Keith also specialises in editing fine art nature photography books, working with some of Europe’s leading photographers. He is the editor of the highly acclaimed Remembering Elephants and its successor Remembering Rhinos. His new project is Photographer against Wildlife Crime.
A former award-winning editor of Amateur Photographer magazine, Keith is the founder of Outdoor Photography, which he edited from 2000 to 2007, Black + White Photography and Wild Planet, the world’s first monthly digital magazine devoted entirely to wildlife photography.
He is a highly regarded competition judge and sought-after speaker at international nature photography festivals and workshops. Keith is based in London, UK
René Alblas - editor Roots Magazine
Entrance fee of €25.
Upload max 20 Images in categories C1 to C10
Entrance fee of €15. Upload max 12 photos in category C12, for the Fred Hazelhoff Portfolio Award
Entrance fee of €40.
Upload max 20 Images in categories C1 to C10 and upload max 12 images to category C12
No entrance fee.
Images can be uploaded to Category C11. Photographers between 10-17 years can enter this category
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