Sony World Photography Awards 2020: Check Pics

Sony World Photography Awards 2020 finalized some pictures all the images are clicked in the year 2019 were picked from over 100 shortlisted entries. Each winner of the award will receive the latest digital imaging equipment from Sony and will compete for a $5,000 prize.

by Kavitha

Updated: Apr 17, 2020 19:31 IST

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Sony World Photography Awards 2020

Sony World Photography Awards 2020 some pictures are clicked in the year 2019 and among that100 shortlisted entries. Each winner of the award finally will receive the latest digital imaging equipment from Sony and a cash award of $5,000 overall prize.

Natural World & Wildlife

A solitary iceberg among the fjord walls of Greenland, two cheetahs licking each other clean and a full stage at an Iggy Pop concert are winning shots for Sony World Photography Awards 2020. This is organized by the World Photography Organisation.

Architecture

Rosaria Sabrina Pantano (Italy) Emotional Geography A black and white image.  This image featuring 38-degree Parallelo a pyramid-shaped sculpture by Mauro Staccioli stands at the exact point where the geographical coordinates.



Culture
Antoine Veling (Australia) for Mark 5:28 capturing the moment when members of the audience invited on stage to dance Iggy Pop concert in the Sydney Opera House on 17 April 2019.

Creativity 

Suxing Zhang (China Mainland) for Knot. It is a portrait of a young woman with a collage of symbolic elements.

 

Landscape

Craig McGowan (Australia) for Ice Reflections. The image of a solitary iceberg set against the fjord walls in Northeast Greenland National Park. 

Portraiture

Tom Oldham (UK) for Black Francis - a portrait of Pixies frontman Charles Thompson (aka Black Francis). 

Still Life

Still LIfe

Jorge Reynal (Argentina) for A Plastic Ocean. It is a photograph of a dead fish seemingly struggling for breath in a plastic bag. 

Street Photography
Santiago Mesa for Colombia Resiste photograph documents a protester in the city of Medellin where workers and street vendors the Medellin riot squad dispersed them.

Travel  

Adrian Guerin (Australia) for Riding a Saharan Freight Train - an image from the top of the rear carriage of the iron-ore train in Mauritania. It is 700km long journey from the coastal town of Nouadhibou to the Saharan wilderness of Zouerat. 

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