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Sony World Photography Awards 2020 Launched New Category: Environment

The World Photography Organisation has recently revealed the finalist and shortlisted photographers in the Professional competition for the Sony World Photography Awards 2020.

“Stumps, Alder Lake, Nisqually River, Washington” by Hal Gage, United States of America, Shortlist, Open, Landscape (Open Competition), 2019 Sony World Photography Awards.

“Stumps, Alder Lake, Nisqually River, Washington” by Hal Gage, United States of America, Shortlist, Open, Landscape (Open Competition), 2019 Sony World Photography Awards.

Now in its 13th year, the Awards’ Professional competition rewards a remarkable body of work for technical excellence and a fresh perspective on contemporary subjects.

A new Environment category has been introduced this year in recognition of the growing importance of this topic in both fine art photography and photojournalism.

Over 345,000 images from 203 territories were submitted across the 2020 Awards’ four competitions and over 135,000 were entered across the Professional competition’s 10 categories – the highest number of entries to date.

Previous recipients include Martin Parr, William Eggleston and Nadav Kander.

This year’s finalist projects engage with a wide array of topics, photography techniques and presentation methods, covering personal subjects and observations, inventive approaches to storytelling and shedding light on little known but critical issues.

The winner of Photographer of the Year 2020 will be selected from the group of Professional finalists and announced during the Sony World Photography Awards 2020 ceremony in London on 16 April.

Works by both Professional competition finalists and Grant recipients will go on display as part of the Sony World Photography Awards 2020 exhibition at Somerset House, London this April.

READ MORE: SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2020 FINALIST & PROJECTS
READ MORE: SONY PROFESSIONAL GRANT 2019

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