The hunt for Australia’s worst photos is on again as Sony kicks off its second ‘No More Bad Photos’ competition, which encourages people to showcase their worst moments in photography.

This competition follows the launch of Sony’s new Cyber-shot HX50V,  which is designed to enable anyone to capture high-quality, blur-free photos and Full HD movies anytime, anywhere. Photographers can upload their worst photos for the chance to win this latest Cyber-shot model each day in seven different categories, as well as going on to be awarded with Australia’s worst photo:
– The Darkness ““ instead of low-light, you get no light;
– Eyes Wide Shut ““ for those who blinked and missed it;
– The Monet ““ for when poor focus has made the memory a blur;
– The Craparazzi ““ the celebrity snap that failed;
-The Haunted ““ red-eye shots that made people shiver;
– The Long, Long Distance ““ for the zoom that couldn’t go the distance and
-The Weird and Wide ““ for the patchwork panorama that didn’t pan out.

The app for submitting entries to Sony’s ‘No More Bad Photos’ campaign launches on the Sony Australia Facebook page today. People can upload their worst photos in the various categories for the chance to win the daily prize of a Cyber-shot HX50V valued at $499 (SRP). Winners will be drawn starting from 10 June 2013. Visit the Sony Australia Facebook page to submit your photos.