Who will be judging your images this year? We reveal the 2023 Sony World Photography Awards jury
In 2016, the ZEISS Photography Award was handed out for the first time, in parallel to the Sony World Photography Awards. Find out about the history of ZEISS, from the company’s beginnings right up to the present day.
We speak award-winning photographer Daniella Zalcman, whose series ‘Sunday Soldiers’ was shown as part of THE FENCE in 2015.
Read our interview with Simon Morris, shortlisted in the People category and 2nd Place winner in the UK National Award of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards.
Lauren Grabelle is a photographer based in Montana that uses the platform PhotoShelter to showcase her portfolio.
#WPOfavs Instagram feature: the death-defying photography of @raskalov - Vitaliy Raskalov & Vadim Makhorov explore the world in a way that is unfathomable to most.
Vyacheslav Korotki, who is documented in Arbugaeva’s enigmatic series ‘Weather Man’, featured by British Journal of Photography, is a meteorologist based on a remote peninsula in northern Russia.
Have 5 to 10 single images you reckon could scoop the top prize of $25,000?
Sony World Photography Awards 2023 is open for entries!