2022 National Geographic Photo Contest Winners!  |  National Geographic

2022 National Geographic Photo Contest Winners! | National Geographic

National Geographic Photography Awards Ceremony

This year we noticed through the number of entries that the National Geographic Photo Contest has become an engaging event. From the large number of entries, 45 finalists were selected, divided into three categories: human, animal and landscape. In three categories it was possible to compete for the Grand Prize: Publication in National Geographic magazine. As is the case every year, the final verdict was rendered by a professional jury, which consisted of: Robbert Vermue, Jan Dirk van Der Burg, Sacha de Boer and Lieve Blancquaert.

Moment of Truth: Who Are the Winners of the 2022 National Geographic Photo Contest? You can see all of the Jury Prize winning photos for each category below.

click here Watch the announcement of the winners at 5 pm today.

“Overall” Winner of the 2022 National Geographic Photo Contest!

Tijmen Berens: Winner of the National Geographic Photo Competition 2022 with professional jury member Jan Dirk van Der Burg.

Image from photography National Geographic team

More about the winning photo: Collision between man and animal

At the Avolare Wildlife Refuge in Doorweth, injured wild animals are treated and then released as quickly as possible. In the photo, the wings of a crow are being examined for fractures. You can’t see him, but you know he’s with a doctor trying to save him, the crow seems skeptical. This makes the picture sexy, and the picture is also very sexy. He looks very angry and experiences drama. says the jury. “It skillfully tells a larger story: the story of bird vulnerability and our relationship with nature.”

Animal Jury Award Winner

Collision between man and animal.

Image from photography Tim Berens

Jury Prize Winner Landscape Category

Jury Prize Winner in the Human category

Belgium flood disaster 2021.

Image from photography Wendy Litten

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