Publications and Awards
is featuring a with Christian Klepp
including an online gallery of 20 Lichtjahre photographies and a .
I want to thank Philip Baues for the nice interview questions and all his work!
The image is a 'Top-Down Perspective' winner of the .
More than 16000 photographs were submitted by 1600 competitors from 54 different countries.
Christian Klepp is among the winners of the international photography competition of Northern and Arctic pictures.
Photographers from 12 countries showed the magical world of the Arctic. Image
won the PSA Nature of the North Bronze Medal and won the FIAP Nature special medal.
The Xposure Issue 14 of features the Icelandic icescape image Nature's Artwork.
Thanks to Samantha Cliffe for the nice communication!
The in St. Petersburg features the image
as part of the
100 Wonders of the World exhibition that is travelling throughout all major cities in Russia during 2013. The aim of this exhibition is to raise awareness for science, art and education.
As this goal coincides with the aim of the Lichtjahre project I was more than happy on agreeing to display my image. The exhibition is sponsored by National Geographic and GEO.
I would like to thank Alexandra Polishchuk, Deputy Director of showroom ART-Center from St. Petersburg, for making this possible.
The image is displayed in the .
The May issue 3-2012 of the German photo magazine features a three pages interview with five images of LichtJahre. The interview can be read as a .
The magazine is available in kiosks and bookshops throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Two LichtJahre images and
were awarded during the awards ceremony at the 14th International Fürstenfelder Nature Photo Days at Fürstenfeldbruck, near Munich, Germany on 18 May 2012.
Two LichtJahre photographies and
win in the international nature photo contest out of 16.000 entries from 32 countries.
These two images are part of the that can be ordered through the Glanzlichter webpage by 25th May 2012.
The Memorial Maria Luisa 2011 photo competition awarded Christian Klepp with two diploma.
The image is the 'Mountain Landscape' category winner of the . Additionally is highlighted in the . More than 16000 photographs were submitted by 1600 competitors from 54 different countries.
The image won in the photo competition and is part of the
limited edition book Masters of Photography 2011.
The in Hamburg, Germany, uses three LichtJahre images in their that formulates the scientific goals and challenges that guide their future research.
30 out of 32 LightYears images were accepted in 8 categories at the international Trierenberg Super Circuit 2011 photography competition.
Three out of these images were awarded with the PSA-Gold Medal Best of Show in the category landscape, the Gold Medal of Excellence and the VÖAV Bronze Medal within Salon 3.
These LightYears images will be part of the which will be published within the next months.
The book displays the world's top photography in 2011 featuring more than 1000 images from a broad variety of categories.
Book release: 44 selected highlights of the LichtJahre photography are now available as a coffee table book!
All information can be found on the
Please note that the book is currently available in German language only. The English version will be available soon.
Three LichtJahre images , and
won the international nature photo contest out of 15.000 submissions from 33 countries.
These three images are part of the , that can be ordered through the Glanzlichter webpage by 23rd May 2011.
The ePaper of the VIEW Fotocommunity highlights the
LightYears photography in the January 2011 issue with an interview of Christian Klepp including 18 images.
Two LightYears images and
are used at the in Shanghai, China from 1 May to 31 October 2010. They are part of an info terminal of the
, Germany on frequently asked questions about the climate system. Both images highlight the questions 'Why does climate change' and 'How can we predict how the climate will change' in English and Chinese language.
The LightYears image
is the winner of the photo competition in Vienna, Austria.
The is holding a Geosciences photo competition and exhibit in association with its General Assembly 2010 from 2-7 May 2010 in Vienna, Austria.
Eleven earth and space science photographies were pre-selected by a panel of five judges. Each of the approximately 9000 conference participants is asked to vote for their favorite picture.
The LightYears image
was chosen to be among the displayed photographies.
Six panoramic details of the LightYears photographies highlight the Earth System compartments on the new website of the in Hamburg, Germany.
The Earth System components represented are Atmosphere, Land, Ocean, Cryosphere, Volcanoes and their interaction.
The (MPI-M) is an internationally renowned institute for climate research. Its goal is to understand the changing climate of our Earth. The homepage and all three departments "Atmosphere, Land and Ocean in the Earth System" display LightYears header images.