PHOTOFAIRS - International Art Fairs Dedicated to Photography
World Photography Organisation is proud to announce the launch of PHOTOFAIRS, international art fairs dedicated to photography.
ZEISS Photography Award Winners Announced
Tamina-Florentine Zuch, 25, is announced as the winner of the first-ever ZEISS Photography Award, with her photo series documenting a train journey through India. The contest attracted 3,139 photographers from 116 countries – from Albania to Zimbabwe. A total of 22,000 images were submitted.
2016 Sony World Photography Awards Grand Prize Winners Revealed
Following a record-breaking 230,103 submissions to its ninth edition, the winners of the world's largest photography competition, the Sony World Photography Awards, have been announced.
The Most Controversial Photograph of 9/11
“It took me a while to understand that this was a very interesting, unusual way to approach such a horror, which was absolutely shocking for New York, for the world...” - Thomas Hoepker
Yan Preston's Mother River
Yan Preston’s epic, four year photographic study 'Mother River' was put in place once she came to live in Yorkshire, England. Surrounded by other people's images of the Yangtze River, she formulated a way that would be unique to her vision.
Ever Inquisitive - Ed Kashi
We speak to Ed Kashi, photojournalist, filmmaker and educator, now firmly established as one of the leading and most innovative photojournalists of our time. His smartphone images from Hurricane Sandy were successful in the Current Affairs category of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards.
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The 2019 Sony World Photography Awards aims to showcase the best imagery from all walks of life. Choose the right competition for you today and enter for free!