Striking photos from the 2019 Royal Photographic Society’s Science Photographer of the Year shortlist
The winner will be announced at a free exhibition at the Science Museum in October.
When you look at the world we live in through a camera lens, you can see that it is really a rather magnificent place. The Royal Photographic Society’s inaugural Science Photographer of the Year celebrates this fact with some astounding images captured by photographers of all ages and experience.
The shortlist of the winning images has been announced, a selection of which you can see below, with the winner to be revealed at a special free exhibition at the Science Museum in October 2019. The exhibition will run until 5 January 2020, and you can book tickets at sciencemuseum.org.uk/science-photographer.