Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

The Sony World Photography Competition, one of the world’s largest and most prestigious photo competitions, has announced the first winners of 2020, according tomedia. It is reported that the winners are some of the world’s top regional talent from more than 60 countries.

A new record was recorded for the 2020 Sony World Photography Competition, which has received 350,000 entries, including 190,000 public works and an open range that spans many themes.

All works in the open category are automatically awarded national awards based on the photographer’s nationality, and 63 countries have won national and regional awards this year.

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Australian award-winning “That’s Noting to Laugh”

Adam Stevenson won The Best Photography award in Australia for a picture of That’s Noting to About. Photo a laughing kingfisher watching the devastation caused by the forest fires that have ravaged the country over the past few months. This photo was taken by Stevenson with an iPhone X near his home in Wallabi Point, South Wales.

“As I watched the sun fall from the smoke, a laughing kingfisher appeared and it made me go straight over,” Stevenson wrote. “We shared a moment watching the sun disappear behind the doomsday scene… He’s laughing. “

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Swedish award-winning “Spread’em”

Another award-winning work from Sweden, Spread’em, is also very impressive, by Marcus Westberg. In the photo, a giraffe clumsily bends over to drink water. It is understood it took Westberg several days to take the picture.

“I knew that if I had enough patience, I would have had a good chance to photograph the giraffes when they came in to drink, but I never thought they would be huddled between the incognito and the puddles,” Westberg wrote, describing how he took the strange photo. “

More winning entres to watch:

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Saudi Arabia’s Award-Winning Horse Motion

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Thailand’s Award-Winning “Red Day”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Norwegian Award-Winning Mine 6

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Award-winning works in Japan

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Italian Award-Winning “Sur La Mer”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Latvian Award-Winning Works “Autumn Autumn serpentine”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Bulgaria’s Award-Winning “Sunset”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Czech Republic Award-Winning “Wondering Monkey”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Mexican Award-Winning Mana Universitaria

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Polish award-winning “The Game of Shadows”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Bangladesh Award-Winning “The Syce”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

China’s Award-Winning “Self”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

“Video to Jacks” in Hong Kong, China

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Italian award-winning “The Hero”

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Malaysia Award-Winning Sdescend From Above

Sony World Photography Competition Announces First Winners for 2020

Singapore Award-Winning Parallel