The winners of Sony’s 2018 World Photography Competition have been announced
The World Photography Organization announced the nominees and winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards at a ceremony in London; Follow us with this ceremony’s details.
The World Photography Organization announced the nominees and winners of the Sony World Photography Awards 2018 at a ceremony held in London. The title of Photographer of the Year went to British photographer Alice Tomlinson Ex-Voto series with a $ 25,000 prize. The jury highly praised the collection for its technical excellence, beautiful production, and moving images of the pilgrimage as a discovery and sacrifice journey. Tomlinson, who was selected as the photographer of the year among the ten winners of this competition’s professional categories, won the second or third title in all types. The winners of the Free Category Awards, Young Photographer, and Student Photographer of the Year Awards were also announced.
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All winners attended the awards ceremony and received Sony digital photography equipment. Their work will also be featured in Sony’s Top Picture of the Yearbook. It will be on display at Sony’s 2018 World Photography Exhibition in London. Candida Hofer also received a special award at the event to complete her collection of medals.
Sony Global Photography Awards Competition is a different competition in the world. In the 11th edition of the competition, the record of 320,000 submitted photos from more than 200 countries and regions was broken, some of which were the best contemporary photographs last year. The annual London Awards brings together the best current and emerging talent worldwide, allowing winners and nominees to display their work internationally.
Photographer of the Year, Alice Tomlinson from the UK
Ex-Voto is the name of a personal project by 43-year-old Tomlinson, originally from London. Tomlinson’s work includes formal portraits, large and small format landscapes, and inanimate images of ex-votos as Christian’s religious beliefs (such as sacrifice). The photographer examines environmental issues, attachments of mind, and identity. She recently completed her master’s degree in anthropology in travel, tourism, and pilgrimage. She has recognized several photography awards.
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