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Sony World Photography Award winners 2012

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Posted by Gavin Lucas, 27 April 2012, 15:43    Permalink    Comments (3)


Bear's Claw

American photographer Mitch Dobrowner has scooped the top prize at this year's Sony World Photography Awards, picking up the L'Iris d'Or for his series of impressively stormy landscape images...


Rope Out


Monsoon


Jupiter

Tobias Braeuning was the Open Competition overall winner thanks to the above image entitled Dancing Queen which captures the collision of multiple coloured water drops.

Student Asef Ali Mohammad of Middlesex University responded to a brief to evoke emotion through colour. His series of images of youngsters in Kabul earned him the Student Focus award.

And this image, entitled The Last Hero, earned young Russian photographer Sergey Kolyaskin the Youth Award - a new category this year open to anyone under the age of 20.


William Klein: Still from Who Are You Polly Maggoo, 1966

Other winners included veteran photographer William Klein who picked up the Outstanding Contribution to Photography Award, and also Donald Weber, Simon Norfolk, Palmer + Pawel, Rob Hornstra from Netherlands, and Peter Franck of Germany - who all won different professional categories. Here are some of Franck's series of Chair images which won in the Campaign category:


Chair3


Chair2


Chair5

The winning images are on display at The Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition at Somerset House in London until May 22. More info at somersethouse.org.uk and also worldphoto.org

 

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3 Comments

The images are superb. Congratulations to all winners and best of luck to them in the future.
Nissin Flash
2012-04-30 08:47:15


Amazing work on display. The Last Hero (Последний Герой) is a touching photograph to all Russians worldwide. We love our veterans, but the government couldn't care less.
Ross
2012-05-01 07:38:04


Love Peter Franck's surreal chair collection - very graphic! And Mitch Dobrowner; putting your life in danger to get breathtaking shots... Now that's dedication!
phoebe3
2012-05-03 17:06:56


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