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7 days, 7 images on the World Photography Organisation Instagram feed. Born in Gdansk, Poland, Maciek Jasik talks of "seeking to understand society's relationship with the natural world and explore ideas of identity, gender..."

Stefan Schlumpf, born 1975 in Chur, Switzerland, is a multi-talented photographer with international experience across a range of genres.  His series Hidden Landscapes was awarded 3rd place in the Landscape category of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards.

Sophie Gamand will be exhibiting ‘Flower Power’ at PhotoVille this year, and at her gallery in Paris in March 2017.

© James Rogerson, UK, Entry, Wildlife

We are recieving some fantastic entries to the Open competition of the 2017 Sony World photography Awards. Over the next  few weeks, in the run up to the deadline in January, we'll be choosing out favourites. 


Experts from across the photographic industry will come together to decide the best images shot in 2016. They will choose from the awards’ Professional, Open, Youth, National Awards and Student Focus competitions.

PHOTOMONTH offers a wide ranging programme of over 100 exhibitions and events across East London including the PHOTO _ OPEN and PORTFOLIO REVIEW at the Rich Mix and the PHOTOBLOCK at the Old Truman Brewery.

After one too many injuries, Chris Baker decided to get on the safe side of the sidelines and begin a twoyear documentation of football on the Hackney Marshes. Free to attend exhibition at theprintsapce, East London - opening night & private view 1st September, exhibtion until 12th September.


2015 Sony World Photography Awards

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Sony World Photography Awards - 2017 Categories