Harry Fisch, has photographically documented and traveled through over 50 countries.


Harry Fisch was the Winner of the 2012 world National Geographic photo contest in the Places Category and later disqualified due to editing-out a plastic bag (read the post How I lost the National Geographic contest in less than one second). In 2019 he won two professional honorable mentions at the very prestigious IPA world contest and reached the final selection in the professional section of the Travel Photographer of the Year. Among other prices finalist on the 2013 Sony World Photo awards and the Grand Prix de la Decouverte. Also reaching the final selection at the 2010 Photoespaña (the most prestigious Spanish photographic event) “discoveries” section.


He also works as a writer and contributor to International Photography Magazines as LSR Lounge (USA), Photography Week (UK), Fotógrafo Digital(Spain), Digital World (UK), and several other magazines.


For years he has designed photographic tours from the human perspective; looking for different locations, sometimes a nearby residence, or attending an event, accepting an invitation that can make contact between the travelers he guides and the people they photograph more real and personal. He designs everything by researching new locations and incorporating experiences and anecdotes originating from friendships that he has developed along the way. He studies localities, cultural events and experiences of human interest and photographic value, creates his trips with the help of his extensive knowledge of the ground as well as expeditions of travelers and documentary makers.

– Finalist SONY WORLD PHOTO AWARDS “Low Light”, 2013
– Winner NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD CONTEST “Places” 2012. (Later disqualified see above)
– IPA – Two Winners Professional Honorable Mentions
– GRAND PRIX DE LA DECOUVERTE – Two Awards of merit
– Finalist PHOTO ESPAÑA, 2010