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There are photo magazines - and then there are photo magazines … Camera Natura is a Swedish high-quality magazine that prioritizes Nordic nature photography. Camera Natura oozes good taste and room quality, and the magazine has been called the " world's most beautiful photo magazine”, and been nominated for several design awards.


It has always been my dream to get an article published in Camera Natura - here I really feel that the images comes into its own! In the last issue of the CN, I have a 10-page article "THE RAW AND H...



Nearly 500 pages that covers the most mythical area in Greenland, THULE. The book is a proper whopper in large format (24x27 cm) with very thorough text of one of Denmark's leading anthropologists, Professor Kirsten Hastrup - the author of the critically acclaimed " Winter's Heart ", president of the Academy of Sciences and recipient of Ebbe Munck Award.


The book is richly illustrated with 130 photos of mine - photos from Thule area - all taken in the period 2011-2015. The result is a layout in terms of quality product wher...


New Zealand journalist Talia Carlisle talks to Danish biologist and photographer Carsten Egevang about climate change, life in the arctic and joining remote hunting trips across Greenland’s stark landscape.


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In the latest issue of Italy's leading magazine for nature photography OASIS is a 16-page article about Carsten Egevang photo project LIFE AT THE EDGE.


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In the summer of 2014 I participated in the field work in the Thule area in northern Greenland. Our base camp was on Saunders Island, which contains Greenland's largest colony of thick-billed murre, which simultaneously was the nature our biological work was concentrated around. The summer of 2014 was marked by historically bad weather - it was as if summer never really got started in northern Greenland. Periods of stormy weather were followed by periods of rain, which again went down in stormy weather. The day...


Carsten Egevang participate on November 1 at Scandinavia's largest and oldest photo festival for nature photography. Carsten participate with the lecture "You eat when polar bears" on the difference between taking animal photos and photos of traditional hunting in Greenland. The entire program of the festival can be seen  HERE!



On September 2 the photo exhibition LIFE AT THE EDGE opens at Ilulissat Art Museum, and under the opening Carsten Egevang will be present and perform a talk about his work.


LIFE AT THE EDGE is a unique photo book about life in and around Scoresby - one of Greenland's most isolated towns. The photographer and biologist Carsten Egevang invite, through the black/white photos of a high international standard, the reader an insight into a world that few have the opportunity to experience. LIFE AT THE EDGE is both a book publicati...


Carsten Egevang is a jury member in the International Photography Contest Arctic Biodiversity Through the Lens, which aims to raise awareness of biodiversity in the Arctic. The deadline for submitting photos is October 5 2014.


Visit the web page here!


Both Carsten Egevang and Peter Egevang (10 years) could reap recognition during the awards ceremony for Oasis International Photo Contest held in Piedmont , northern Italy . Carsten had with a picture of an arctic fox from Northeast Greenland been awarded 2nd place in the category " Mammals " while Peter was awarded both 1st and 4th place in the category " Children under 14 years ". The level of the photo contest was as usual high and more than 25,000 photos entered the competition. See all the winners here!



Ice Cold Harvest is the title of a new series of photos of Greenland photographer Carsten Egevang. Through atmospheric black / white photos depicted traditional hunting and fishing in the surroundings of Ilulissat in western Greenland.


In April came Carsten Egevang local fishermen Kim Hansen and Ringo Mathiassen deep into the World Heritage Ilulissat Ice Fjord . Motor Driving is not allowed in the area, so the trip must be traveled by dogsled. The goal of the trip was the fishing grounds in the northern part of the Ice Fjo...

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Carsten Egevang Photography

Ahornsgade 22, 2 th.

DK-2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark

Email: contact@carstenegevang.com

Phone: +45 20788099

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