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Nature Photographer of the Year 2022

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By entering the 'Nature Photographer Of The Year' contest, each photographer confirms that the photographs entered under his/her name is his/her original work, that he/she is the sole owner of the copyright and that there are no third-party claims. It is his/her responsibility to obtain releases and consents in written form for publishing, exhibiting and using his/her image if any persons appear in the photograph or if objects in the photograph are subject to the rights of third parties. The photographer is responsible for obtaining official permits when applicable. The photographer may be held liable for any damage that the Nature Photographer of the Year Contest may experience due to the lack of necessary release forms or missing permits

Nature Photography Contest

For the 7th time in a row we welcome you to join the Nature Photographer of the Year 2022 competition -  powered by Nature Talks Photo Festival in the Netherlands.

Both professional and non-professional photographers of all ages from all over the world are invited to join our contest. We can show the beauty of nature worldwide by sharing your most amazing images.

If we learn to love nature, we will also protect her.

When you enter the nature photography contest you have the chance to become the Nature Photographer of the Year 2022 and win great prizes.

You will also be supporting nature conservation. 

There are 13 categories, including a (free) youth category and the “Fred Hazelhoff Portfolio Award”.

The award ceremony will be during our yearly Nature Talks Photo Festival in the weekend of the 12th and 13th of November 2022 in the Netherlands.  

We look forward to seeing your work. Let Nature Talk.


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