We've already shown disconnected the unthinkable images submitted to the 2021 awards and the fantastic winners that the judges selected. Now we're seeing a tease of the images already submitted to the Sony World Photography Awards 2022.
The purpose is to person an accumulation astatine Somerset House, London successful April 2022 and astatine the Open Eye Gallery successful Liverpool successful November. In the meantime, photographers tin submit photos to the competition earlier the deadlines close:
- Professional: 14 January 2022, 13:00 GMT
- Open: 7 January 2022, 13:00 GMT
- Student: 30 November 2021, 13:00 GMT
In the meantime, here's a sensation of the unthinkable images already submitted.
© Arifayan Taiwo, Nigeria, entry, Open, Lifestyle, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
The vessel boy
Submitted to the manner class of the unfastened contention is this fantastic representation by Arifayan Taiwo from Nigeria.
"A lad navigates his vessel done a foggy Epe lagoon amidst the mild evening waves that funnels into the celebrated Epe food mart, the Oluwo market. Here, determination are nary nets to formed nor trawlers to drag, the artificial dam created by assorted sticks stuck strategically connected the h2o creates a nursery and cage connected the ample assemblage of h2o conscionable similar the past h2o surfers that founded the past floating municipality of Epe did circa 300 years ago."
© Tom Barnes, United Kingdom, entry, Open, Portraiture, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
An introduction into the portraiture class for the 2022 awards features 2 radical with a emotion for cars. The lensman and the main antheral himself.
"I met Derek erstwhile I was shooting portraits for a tv amusement who were utilizing his workshops arsenic 1 of their locations, with a communal emotion of large motor cars we got connected similar a location connected occurrence and stayed successful touch. I was blown distant by the assortment and past of the American musculus cars successful the store and his quality to find uncommon cars each implicit the UK and USA, I knew I had to photograph him."
© Hardijanto Budyman, Indonesia, entry, Open, Creative, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
Mirror Mirror In The Locker Wall
The Sony World Photography Awards aren't conscionable astir taking awesome photos. They besides diagnostic immoderate superb creativity. Like this representation by Hardijanto Budyman entered into the unfastened competition.
"Human's caput is simply a Playground! A spot wherever we tin truthful overmuch amusive to play with our Imagination, our Ideas, our Inspirations and our Creativity!"
© Marat Ortega, Mexico, entry, Open, Architecture, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
The Cathedral of Morelia from the inside
Wonderful views of architecture are besides a salient diagnostic of the awards. Like Marat Ortega's representation of the wrong of the Cathedral of Morelia from Mexico.
© Ngoc Van Nguyen, Vietnam, entry, Open, Travel, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
Fixing the nets
This incredibly colourful representation by Ngoc Van Nguyen comes from Vietnam and shows a glimpse of regular life.
"After each oversea trip, sportfishing nets are often torn, truthful this is simply a regular occupation successful the waters of Ninh Thuan, Vietnam."
© Takrim Ahmed, Bangladesh, entry, Open, Lifestyle, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
Dockyard idiosyncratic life
Another colourful introduction to the unfastened contention this clip shows a sensation of the manner of dockyard workers successful Bangladesh.
© Marc Zetterblom, Sweden, entry, Open, Street Photography, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
From engaged workers to peaceful cyclists. These photography awards person it all.
This representation from Sweden surely shows a serene presumption of life.
© Kyle Minar, United States of America, entry, Open, Natural World & Wildlife, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
Strut your Stuff
Further impervious (as if you needed it) that quality is beautiful. This representation by Kyle Minar has been submitted to the Natural World & Wildlife class and speaks to the prime of images successful that country already.
"The yearly migration of the Great American Flamingo is thing abbreviated of spectacular. This peculiar representation was taken successful precocious May during nesting play successful Rio Lagartos, Mexico. The photograph was taken from a tiny vessel successful the mediate of the Rio Lagartos Mangrove wood wherever galore of the hatchlings drawback their archetypal breath."
© Jeff Bennett, United States of America, entry, Open, Landscape, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
This awesome presumption comes from the Teton upland scope of the Rocky Mountains successful North America. Photographer Jeff Bennett has snapped a fantastic sunset presumption for the scenery class of the awards.
© Jim Kateluzos, United States of America, entry, Open, Architecture, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
If consecutive lines are much your thing, past you'll admit this photograph Jim Kateluzos,
"The Hillman Library astatine the University of Pittsburgh, has an aged brutalist benignant of architecture that truly shines erstwhile it's empty. When Pitt U was bare during quarantine, the room and surrounding buildings looked their best."
© Andi Abdul Halil, Indonesia, entry, Open, Portraiture, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
Let Me See the World
Portraiture with feeling. That's what we're getting with the latest from the Sony World Photography Awards.
"This photograph illustrates quality absorption to the Covid-19 virus. Let maine spot the satellite is the tone to instrumentality to the caller mean era."
© Andre Durao, Brazil, entry, Open, Motion, 2022 Sony World Photography Awards
This is 1 well-timed photograph and nary uncertainty a achy footwear to the look too. Certainly summation to the question category.
"Football subordinate from Vasco's squad kicks the Bahia club's goalkeeper successful the rima during the Brazilian nationalist shot championship. the goalkeeper aft the coup, fainted astatine the São Januario stadium, successful the metropolis of Rio de Janeiro."
Writing by Adrian Willings. Originally published connected 28 September 2021.