The World Photography Organisation has revealed its shortlists of potential winners in the Sony World Photography Awards 2013 competition. Click to see our gallery of some of the shortlisted images from the Open and Professional categories of the competition.
Landscape Photographer of the Year 2012 winner David Byrne appears to have been disqualified from the competition due to his winning images being composites, according to reports.
National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen has won the Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards 2012 grand prize for his image of emperor penguins.
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American photographer Mitch Dobrowner has won the L’Iris d’Or title at last night’s Sony World Photography Awards 2012 ceremony.
The ceremony’s top award gives Dobrowner the title of 2012 Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year as well as $25,000 cash and a slew of Sony camera gear.
Organisers have revealed the shortlisted photographers for the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize 2012.
The four shortlisted photographers include Pieter Hugo, Rinko Kawauchi, John Stezaker and Christopher Williams. See their images inside…
Winners in the Youth and Open categories of the Sony World Photography Awards 2012 have been announced.
The World Photography Organisation announced the winners this morning who will be formally announced at the annual Sony World Photography Awards ceremony and gala dinner on 26 April at the Hilton Hotel in London’s Park Lane.
The Open Competition of the Sony World Photography Awards 2012 is for anyone with an interest in photography and photographers are judged on a single image. The winners in this category are… you’ll have to click to find out!
The votes are in, and the World Press Photo of the Year 2011 award goes to Samuel Aranda from Spain.
Aranda, who was on assignment for The New York Times in Yemen, shot his image of a woman holding a wounded relative in her arms during clashes in Sanaa, Yemen, on 15 October 2011. The woman was inside a mosque being used as a field hospital by demonstrators who were clashing against the rule of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
The overall winner of this year’s competition was Lee Jeffries, a Manchester-based amateur photographer who submitted an image of a homeless man called “What we are…”
The best wildlife photos feature in the collection of winning photos in the Wildlife category of the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2011 competition