Australian photographer, Adam Ferguson, has won first place in Professional category, in this year’s Sony World Photography Awards with a series of images titled ‘Migrantes’.
Sydney-based documentary photographer, Matthew Abbott, has won the 2022 World Press Photo Story of the Year award for a series of images titled ‘Saving Forests with Fire’.
The Sony Alpha Awards competition for Australian and New Zealand photographers is now accepting entries, with a prize pool of $54,000 worth of Sony camera gear up for grabs.
Following the success of the 2021 Sony Film Festival, entries have opened for Sony’s new Catchlight Film Festival celebrating short-form filmmaking shot on Sony cameras.
World Photography Organisation is working with Sony Pictures Television and the United Nations Foundation for Picture This, a global video competition to inspire a positive future for people and the planet.
Launched on International Women’s Day, The BarTur Photo Award aims to celebrate women photographers creating exceptional work and is supported by Leica Fotografie International.
The winners of the Head On 2021 People’s Choice award winners in the Portrait, Landscape and student categories have been announced.
The World Photography Organisation has named the shortlisted photographers in the Student and Youth competitions of the Sony World Photography Awards 2022.
Final submissions to the Professional categories in the Sony World Photography Awards will close in just under one week’s time at 13:00 (GMT) on 14 January.
Melbourne artist Kristina Kraskov’s image of Michelle the ‘suburban fashionista’ has won the coveted People’s Choice Award in the 2021 National Photographic Portrait Prize.