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Become an EO Photographer!

A photograph has the power to do more than just document- it can transport us to unseen worlds and show us how nature and humanity interact – sometimes in good ways and sometimes in disastrous ways. Earth.Org aims to use the power of photography to tell stories, share moments and raise awareness of the environmental crisis. 

Whether you are a professional or semi-professional photographer, or simply a nature enthusiast who loves taking pictures, we welcome you to paint a picture for our audience and help us deliver stories, capture truth and drive change through impactful and thoughtful photographs. Your work will be seen by 1 million+ viewers and it will support our mission of advocating for a more sustainable world.

As an EO photographer, your content will be featured on our website, social media channels and newsletters. If you are interested, then please send your details to: photos[at]earth.org. Please note that any photographs provided will be royalty-free.


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Earth.Org aim to highlight large-scale planetary natural degradation. We want to use our website as a platform to spread awareness of what is happening to our planet. 

If you are a professional or amateur photographer who has witnessed and recorded extraordinary scenes of environmental degradation or destruction – please submit your pictures here with a short note to explain the location, timing and context.

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    EarthOrg Photographers

    Amy Jones

    Amy Jones

    "Photographs can light up darkness and expose ignorance," - Lewis Hine, documentary photographer.

    Amy Jones is the photographer behind Moving Animals. Since 2018, she has worked on the ground across seven different countries to document the plight of animals used for food, entertainment, fashion, and experimentation. Her work has informed and strengthened the campaigns of multiple animal advocacy groups and has been featured in over 150 media outlets, including The Washington Post, CNN, and The Independent. She was awarded both Best Overall and Winner of the Animal Welfare category for her photo essay “Next in Line'' in the International Vegan Film Festival (IVFF), and she won the Earth.Org “Overall Best Environmental Photo” 2023 and the “Wildlife in Peril” 2023 category. A selection of her photographs was published in the seminal book, HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene.

    Amy’s work seeks to replace false narratives with images of what is really happening to animals behind closed doors, giving people a glimpse into the places that are kept hidden from us. She believes that bringing animals’ stories to the mainstream conversation can help encourage people to connect with them as individuals rather than commodities.Amy's work also advocates for stories of hope: from the efforts of individuals working on the ground to protect animals and the planet to the potential of solutions rooted in nature and science that have the capacity to create a more sustainable and compassionate world for everyone. Through her lens, she hopes to raise awareness and showcase the interconnectedness of humanity, animals, and the environment.

    Website: movinganimals.org
    Instagram: @amyjonesphoto and @moving.animals
    Facebook: @officialmovinganimals
    Twitter: @moving_animals
    Amish Chhagan

    Amish Chhagan

    “There is no question that photography has played a major role in the environmental movement.” – Galen Rowell

    Amish Chhagan is a Zambia raised award winning wildlife and conservation photographer based out of Barcelona, Spain. Growing up in Zambia, he was fortunate to be in close proximity to the African flora and fauna. The glaring contrasts between the urban city where Amish grew up and the wilderness was apparent from a young age; ecological, physical, visual, and mental. The serenity of these vast lands, the blissful feelings it created, and the excitement of spotting wildlife often transpired; more so when he found photography (or when photography found him).

    Amish’s role as a wildlife photographer exists because there are beautiful and spectacular moments to capture in the wild, but therein exists an important duty to the preservation and conservation of the wilderness and its natural habitat. This gives him a bigger sense of responsibility as a human and photographer to use his work to showcase the beauty of the once abundant wildlife we had on the planet.

    His commitment to his craft and passion for conservation are fierce as he conveys below: ⁠
    “This is not a business for me, it is part of a revolution to protect the planet and its wildlife inhabitants using the most powerful weapon I own – my camera.”

    Website: chagsphotography.com
    Instagram: @chags.photography
    Facebook: @chags.photography
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/amishchhagan
    Twitter: @chagsphoto
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