Earth Photo

tree alone in a still ocean in moonlight
Alone by Mominul Momin, Earth Photo 2024

Earth Photo

What is Earth Photo?

Now, more than ever, photography has the power to draw attention to the challenges facing the natural world and our planet.   

Earth Photo is a world leading international programme, established in 2018. The programme engages with still and moving image makers, across all genres. Earth Photo addresses prescient issues affecting our planet, aiming to stimulate conversations about our environment and the impact of climate change.   

In partnership with Forestry England, Parker Harris and the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), Earth Photo organises exhibitions, awards and events that celebrate photography and moving images.

Earth Photo tells compelling stories about our planet, its inhabitants, its beauty, fragility, and resilience. 


The Earth Photo 2024 shortlist has been selected

Earth Photo 2023 overall winner was Michal Siarek, for his outstanding photography project documenting the rescue of big cats from Ukraine to Poznań

dark photo of men in coats putting something in a chest
War babies, Poznan by Michel Siarek

The Earth Photo 2024 shortlist

Shortlisted images will be on display at the Royal Geographical Society, London from June 2024 and a selection of the shortlisted images will be on display at Grizedale Forest, Dalby Forest, Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest, Haldon Forest Park, Moors Valley and Alice Holt in 2024 and 2025 plus national and international exhibition partners including the Sidney Nolan Trust and Lishui International Photography Festival. View the 2024 shortlist online exhibition. 

 

Forestry England | Royal Geographical Society | Parker Harris

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