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"The work is still in development but it’s about strength and fragility in humans." - Freelance photographer and film maker Lewis Khan.

Antoine Weis was the winner of the Nature & Wildlife category in the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards with his image “Pelican in Front of Colombo (Sri Lanka) Skyline”.

Nikolai Linares won 1st place in the Professional Sport category of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards with his acclaimed portrait series ‘Second Best’.

Blink’s Kyla Woods caught up with Philippe to speak about covering the earthquake in Nepal, limitations of working in the country, how to create an in-depth photo essay in a disaster stricken area and what it was like as a freelancer covering the aftermath of a natural disaster.


ANIMA is a group exhibition bringing together thirteen of the finest contemporary photographic artists in the portrait genre, including: Spencer Murphy, David Titlow, Tereza Červeňová, Laura Pannack + More

In the latest issue, check out stunning photographs taken by some of the world’s top artists, accompanied by interviews. Each issue of this publication revolves around a specific theme such as fashion, architecture, and portraiture.

Free to enter and open to all photographers, each year the Sony World Photography Awards attracts both emerging talent and established artists and presents the world’s best photography from the past 12 months to a global audience.


2015 Sony World Photography Awards

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Sony World Photography Awards - 2017 Categories