World Photography Awards 2013 Winners

Winners

The World Photography Organisation has revealed the winners for the Open, Youth and 3D categories of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards. The ten Open category winners will now compete for the Sony World Photography Awards Open Photographer of the Year title.

The overall winner will be revealed at a gala ceremony on 25 April and this photographer will receive $5,000. All category winners receive a Sony A77 and will have their images exhibited at Somerset House, London, from 26 April – 12 May as part of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition.

 

The Fung Shun dragon dance by Gilbert Yu won the arts and culture section

Starry tree by Elmar akhmetov won the low light-section

Martina Biccheri won the architecture section

First place in the nature and wildlife category went to Krasimir Matarov

Ming Huo won the smile category

Split second by Matias Galvez

Manny Fajutag won the travel category

Hisatomi Tadahiko won the people section

Nguyen Hoang won the enhanced category

The panoramic category was won by Yeow Kwang Yeo

Alecsandra Dragoi won first prize in the culture section

Berta Vicente took first place in the portrait section of the youth awards

Arts and culture winner Xu Wei Shou

Matjaz Tancic won the 3D category

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Source: telegraph.co.uk

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