The world’s biggest photo contest Sony World Photography Awards is already on and photographers traveled all over the globe to catch the best wildlife and landscapes shots. Here are just few handful pictures that have been submitted to the contest.
One of the brightest shots features one of the largest Buddhist academies in the world. It is a home to more than 40, 000 monks and nuns. The stunning shot shows the red roofs of the buildings in Tibet, while a male student with a shaved head walks by.
One of the pictures consists of 16 photographs showing three sun bears cubs playing and peeping out of the their den at a wildlife rescue center in Cambodia.
The competition consists of three sections. The competition on single shots, where the winner gets 5, 000$, a professional competition judged on a body of work with a prize of 25, 000$ and youth competition for photographers between 12 and 19 with cash prize.
The categories include nature, culture, architecture, enhanced, wildlife, portrays, street photography and travel. We are going to find out the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards next spring only.
Lorenzo Linthout. Warsaw University of Technology. One of the largest institutions of technology in Poland.
Zuorong Li. The swimmer was captured in the pool in China and the shot has been set to the “motion” category of the contest.
Raniel Jose Castaneda. The Dinagyang Festival, a religious celebration in Philippines, which is held on the fourth day of January annually.
Jassen Todorov. A very interesting picture taken from an airplane at 1,500 feet. A waste from a paper mill in Lewiston, Idaho.
Beautiful picture from Satvik Bhatt, who captured a perfect picture of regal peacock in the forest of Rajasthan, India.