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    Sony World Photography Awards 2023 – Professional Competition Finalists & Shortlist Announcement

    The World Photography Organization is delighted to reveal the finalist and shortlisted photographers in the Professional competition for Sony World Photography Awards (SWPA) 2023. Now in its 16th year, the Awards’ Professional competition rewards exceptional series of work both for technical skill and an original approach to storytelling.

    Over 415,000 images from over 200 countries and territories were submitted to the Sony World Photography Awards 2023 and over 180,000 were entered into the Professional competition – the highest number of entries on record.

    The three finalists and projects per category of the Sony World Photography Awards 2023 are:

    ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

    Finalists
    Fan Li, China Mainland
    Servaas Van Belle, Belgium
    Andres Gallardo Albajar, Spain

    Shortlist
    Javier Arcenillas, Spain
    Pavlo Dorohoi, Ukraine
    Peter Franck, Germany
    Johanna Marcela Garavito Morales, Colombia
    Miguel Gutierrez, Venezuela
    Mitsuru Sakurai, Japan

    CREATIVE

    Finalists
    Noemi Comi, Italy
    Lee-Ann Olwage, South Africa
    Giulia Piermartiri & Edoardo Delille, Italy

    Shortlist
    Richard Boll, United Kingdom
    Alessandro Cinque, Italy
    Valentina Fusco, Italy
    Juliana Jacyntho, Brazil
    Tommaso Sacconi, Italy
    Emily Steinberger, USA

    DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS

    Finalists
    Hugh Kinsella Cunningham, UK
    Mohammed Salem, Palestinian Territory
    Tariq Zaidi, UK

    Shortlist
    Alessandro Cinque, Italy
    Radu Diaconu, Canada
    Mingrui Liu, China Mainland
    Yoese Mariam, Indonesia
    Mads Nissen, Denmark
    Frederick Olivera Gonzales, Peru
    Emin Sansar, Turkey

    ENVIRONMENT

    Finalists
    Jonas Kakó, Germany
    Marisol Mendes (Bolivia) & Federico Kaplan (Argentina)
    Axel Javier Sulzbacher, Germany

    Shortlist
    Lasse Branding, Germany
    Fatma Fahmy, Egypt
    Haider Khan, India
    Angela Ponce, Peru
    Simone Tramonte, Italy
    Bruno Zanzottera, Italy

    LANDSCAPE

    Finalists
    Fabio Bucciarelii, Italy
    Kacper Kowalski, Poland
    Bruno Zanzottera, Italy

    Shortlist
    Cesar Dezfuli, Spain
    Nicholas Holt, UK
    Amélie Labourdette, France
    Brais Lorenzo Couto, Spain
    Alessandro Mallamaci, Italy
    Francesco Merlini, Italy
    George Steinmetz, USA

    PORTFOLIO

    Finalists
    James Deavin, UK
    Marjolein Martinot, Netherlands
    Marylise Vigneau, France

    Shortlist
    Israel Fuguemann, Mexico
    Jack Gasiorowski, Poland
    Tadas Kazakevicius, Lithuania
    Taiye Omokore, Nigeria
    Ines Vansteenkiste-Muylle, Belgium

    PORTRAITURE

    Finalists
    Edgar Martins, Portugal
    Jean-Claude Moschetti, France
    Ebrahim Noroozi, Islamic Republic of Iran

    Shortlist
    Jae In Lee, Republic of Korea
    Toby Binder, Germany
    Jerome Delay, France
    Colin Delfosse, Belgium
    Sasha Maslov, Ukraine

    STILL LIFE

    Finalists
    Carloman Macidiano Céspedes Riojas, Peru
    Jagoda Malanin, Poland
    Kechun Zhang, China Mainland

    Shortlist
    Austin Crail, USA
    Alun Crockford, UK
    Elaine Duigenan, UK
    Klaus Lenzen, Germany
    Rodrigo Masina Pinheiro, Brazil
    Liz Mcburney, UK

    WILDLIFE & NATURE

    Finalists
    Corey Arnold, USA
    Adalbert Mojrzisch, Germany
    Sriram Murali, India

    Shortlist
    Martin Broen, USA
    Julia Christe, Germany
    Masahiro Fujita, Japan
    Dillon Marsh, South Africa
    Aneesh Sankarankutty, India
    Zhu Zhu, Canada

    The overall winners in the Student, Youth, Open and Professional competition of the Sony World Photography Awards 2023 will be announced on 13 April 2023 and will go on display as part of the exhibition at Somerset House, London from 14 April-1 May 2023.

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