How do visual narratives reveal the wonder of the natural world and convey critical issues of our time? What does it take to capture a powerful image?
Each year the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), Forestry England and Parker Harris host the Earth Photo competition, attracting contributions from around the world.
This talk brings together winning photographers for personal presentations and a panel discussion, with a live Q&A.
The talk is hosted by former Landscape Photographer of the Year Rob Fraser FRGS. Invited photographers each share a series of their images and reveal the stories behind them, then opening out to a discussion. The photographers are joined by one of the competition judges, and a member of Forestry England’s team.
Featured image: Nick Whittle
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