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One of traditional attraction in Indonesia Culture called Bujang Ganong. He jumped into the circle of fire.
One of traditional attraction in Indonesia Culture called Bujang Ganong. He jumped into the circle of fire. Foto: Aprison Aprison, Indonesia, Shortlist, Arts&Culture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
A Young Nenets boy plays in -40 degrees on Yamal in the Winter in Siberia.
A Young Nenets boy plays in -40 degrees on Yamal in the Winter in Siberia. Foto: Simon Morris, United Kingdom, Shortlist, Smile, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Fly at the start of the water surface gets triggered as it were in the right second.
Fly at the start of the water surface gets triggered as it were in the right second. Foto: Uwe Hennig, Germany, Shortlist, Split Second, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Muhammad Berkati, Indonesia, Shortlist, Arts&Culture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Tzu-Hsun Fang, Taiwan, Shortlist, Split Second, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Dussehra is a Hindu Annual Celebration.Here,in kulasekarapattinam,Tamilnadu,India it is being celebrated by thousnads of devottees who offer prayer to the god by disguising themselves as one of their gods,pray at the temple and remove their makeups at the sea shore nearby.
Dussehra is a Hindu Annual Celebration.Here,in kulasekarapattinam,Tamilnadu,India it is being celebrated by thousnads of devottees who offer prayer to the god by disguising themselves as one of their gods,pray at the temple and remove their makeups at the sea shore nearby. Foto: Elangovan Subrmanian, India, Shortlist, Arts&Culture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
It¥s a sunday in february and one of the rare occasions, when the "Rummelsburger Bucht" in Berlin, a sidearm of the Spree river, is completely frozen. So people start to explore the new place and some even find an business opportunity selling grog.
It¥s a sunday in february and one of the rare occasions, when the "Rummelsburger Bucht" in Berlin, a sidearm of the Spree river, is completely frozen. So people start to explore the new place and some even find an business opportunity selling grog. Foto: Alexander Klebe, Germany, Shortlist, Panormaic, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
An old shepherd that had been surprised by snow storm in Gilan's countrysides in the north of Iran.
An old shepherd that had been surprised by snow storm in Gilan's countrysides in the north of Iran. Foto: Saeed Barikani, Iran, Shortlist, Smile, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Joseph Makeni, Kenya, Shortlist, Smile, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Miracle Mile is my first photograph taken after relocating to Los Angeles from New York.
Miracle Mile is my first photograph taken after relocating to Los Angeles from New York. Foto: Gina Alderson-Hicks, Australia, Shortlist, Architecture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Three cute frog at the morning lights.
Three cute frog at the morning lights. Foto: Harfian Herdi, Indonesia, Shortlist, Nature &Wildlife, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Christine Kapuschinsky Johnson, Austria, Shortlist, Smile, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Photo taken during Artistic Gymnastics Tournament in Poland. Girls that participated were aged 8-12.
Photo taken during Artistic Gymnastics Tournament in Poland. Girls that participated were aged 8-12. Foto: Adrian Jaszczak, Poland, Shortlist, Arts&Culture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Jurgen Schrepfer, Germany, Shortlist, Architecture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Peter Voss, Germany, Shortlist, Smile, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Light painting of a disused windmill on an abandoned farm situated on the edge of the Nullarbor desert.
Light painting of a disused windmill on an abandoned farm situated on the edge of the Nullarbor desert. Foto: Zol Straub, Australia, Shortlist, Low Light, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Marcus Bayer, Germany, Shortlist, Architecture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Architectural with some creative editing.
Architectural with some creative editing. Foto: Michiel Hageman, Netherlands, Shortlist, Architecture, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
These pelicans are resident on the point at Port Vincent on the Yorke Peninsular in South Australia and have become as opportunistic as the seagulls waiting for fish offal. January 2014.
These pelicans are resident on the point at Port Vincent on the Yorke Peninsular in South Australia and have become as opportunistic as the seagulls waiting for fish offal. January 2014. Foto: Melissa Little, Australia, Shortlist, Nature & Wildlife, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
All images capture above the arctic circle in Norway. This time without the northern lights. The wintertime in the northern part of Norway is extraordinary when speaking about light. Total darkness in December. From the end of January the transition to summer and the midnight sun starts. From the first ray of light when the sun peeks over the horizon to the never ending sunlight. In this series I have tried to combine sports and light.
All images capture above the arctic circle in Norway. This time without the northern lights. The wintertime in the northern part of Norway is extraordinary when speaking about light. Total darkness in December. From the end of January the transition to summer and the midnight sun starts. From the first ray of light when the sun peeks over the horizon to the never ending sunlight. In this series I have tried to combine sports and light. Foto: Clas Kristensen, Norway, Shortlist, Sport, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
All images capture above the arctic circle in Norway. This time without the northern lights. The wintertime in the northern part of Norway is extraordinary when speaking about light. Total darkness in December. From the end of January the transition to summer and the midnight sun starts. From the first ray of light when the sun peeks over the horizon to the never ending sunlight. In this series I have tried to combine sports and light.
All images capture above the arctic circle in Norway. This time without the northern lights. The wintertime in the northern part of Norway is extraordinary when speaking about light. Total darkness in December. From the end of January the transition to summer and the midnight sun starts. From the first ray of light when the sun peeks over the horizon to the never ending sunlight. In this series I have tried to combine sports and light. Foto: Clas Kristensen, Norway, Shortlist, Sport, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Ukrainian protester plays piano on a barricade in front of the riot police line during the continuing protest in Kiev, Ukraine 10.02.2014.
Ukrainian protester plays piano on a barricade in front of the riot police line during the continuing protest in Kiev, Ukraine 10.02.2014. Foto: Vladyslav Musiienko / UNIAN, Ukraine, Shortlist, Current Affairs, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Mg Ko, 20 years old. A Shan farmer with his cow in Lui Pan Sone Village. Kayah State. Myanma.
Mg Ko, 20 years old. A Shan farmer with his cow in Lui Pan Sone Village. Kayah State. Myanma. Foto: Ruben Salgado Escudero, Spain, SHORTLIST, Portraiture, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
A woman crawls towards the body of her sister as Ebola burial team members take her for cremation on October 10, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. The woman had died outside her home earlier in the morning while trying to walk to a treatment center, according to her relatives. The burial of loved ones is important in Liberian culture, making the removal of infected bodies for cremation all the more traumatic for surviving family members.
A woman crawls towards the body of her sister as Ebola burial team members take her for cremation on October 10, 2014 in Monrovia, Liberia. The woman had died outside her home earlier in the morning while trying to walk to a treatment center, according to her relatives. The burial of loved ones is important in Liberian culture, making the removal of infected bodies for cremation all the more traumatic for surviving family members. Foto: John Moore / Getty Images, United States, Shortlist, Current Affairs, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Everland is the largest theme park in Korea. This is the open shower in Caribbean Bay.
Everland is the largest theme park in Korea. This is the open shower in Caribbean Bay. Foto: Julia Fullerton-Batten, United Kingdom, Shortlist, Lifestyle, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
The images were shot from a light aircraft flying at between 4,000 & 5,000ft. The height was crucial in order to flatten perspective by using long focal lengths. Time of day and cloud cover were also critical, the abstract effect being heightened by complete lack of signifying shadow.
The images were shot from a light aircraft flying at between 4,000 & 5,000ft. The height was crucial in order to flatten perspective by using long focal lengths. Time of day and cloud cover were also critical, the abstract effect being heightened by complete lack of signifying shadow. Foto: Simon Butterworth, United Kingdom, Shortlist, Landscape, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Award
In the series I have constructed still live images using cats. Animals have their own will and they will not pose at the behest of the photographer.
In the series I have constructed still live images using cats. Animals have their own will and they will not pose at the behest of the photographer. Foto: Kimmo Metsaranta, Finland, Shortlist, Still Life, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Still 35% of Mongolians are living a nomadic life and depend on their land for survival. This is increasingly difficult due to serious changes: 25% of the Mongolianland has turned into desert in the past 30 years. Potentially 75 % of Mongolian territory is at risk of desertification. These environmental changes directly threaten the Mongolian nomadic way of life, which has been passed from generation to generation. This project attempts at recreating the museum diorama with actual people and their livestock in a real place where decertifying in Mongolia. It is based on an imagination that these people try to go into museum diorama for survival in the future. This is accomplished with printed images on a billboard placed in conjunction with the actual landscape horizon. I hope to accomplish a sense that the lives of these nomadic people occur between this reality and a virtual space of a museum. Mongolian traditional nomadic lifestyle might be existed only in museum in the future.
Still 35% of Mongolians are living a nomadic life and depend on their land for survival. This is increasingly difficult due to serious changes: 25% of the Mongolianland has turned into desert in the past 30 years. Potentially 75 % of Mongolian territory is at risk of desertification. These environmental changes directly threaten the Mongolian nomadic way of life, which has been passed from generation to generation. This project attempts at recreating the museum diorama with actual people and their livestock in a real place where decertifying in Mongolia. It is based on an imagination that these people try to go into museum diorama for survival in the future. This is accomplished with printed images on a billboard placed in conjunction with the actual landscape horizon. I hope to accomplish a sense that the lives of these nomadic people occur between this reality and a virtual space of a museum. Mongolian traditional nomadic lifestyle might be existed only in museum in the future. Foto: Deasung Lee, Republic of Korea, Shortlist, Conceptual, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Portraits from the Acid attack survivors in India.
Portraits from the Acid attack survivors in India. Foto: Jordi Pizarro, Spain, Shortlist, Conceptual, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Christian Berthelot, France, Shortlist, Portraiture, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
In the Ryogoku district of Tokyo are many heyas (beyas) - training quarters, where sumo wrestlers train and live. Very few of them let outsiders into the heya to watch their practice. However if one has a special invitation or is lucky then the experience of seeing the national sport of Japan at close distance and the wrestlers in all their sweat and blood is unforgettable. And if you are extremely lucky you can even rub shoulders with the great Yokozuna himself.
In the Ryogoku district of Tokyo are many heyas (beyas) - training quarters, where sumo wrestlers train and live. Very few of them let outsiders into the heya to watch their practice. However if one has a special invitation or is lucky then the experience of seeing the national sport of Japan at close distance and the wrestlers in all their sweat and blood is unforgettable. And if you are extremely lucky you can even rub shoulders with the great Yokozuna himself. Foto: Marcin Klocek / TRAVELLER, Poland, Shortlist, Sport, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Hindu devotees' Along the banks of the river Ganges, get ready to soak in the water of the sacred river, India 2008. These images were made over the past five years, they document the changes the river Ganges is going through.The natural and industrial destruction along its banks, some intentional some accidental.
Hindu devotees' Along the banks of the river Ganges, get ready to soak in the water of the sacred river, India 2008. These images were made over the past five years, they document the changes the river Ganges is going through.The natural and industrial destruction along its banks, some intentional some accidental. Foto: Giulio di Sturco / Reportage by Getty, Italy, Shortlist, Landscape, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
In a Flemish village, surrounded by nature, Laura and Maurice live together with their daughter Eva. In the garden, Eva plays with her dog or meets with her classmates. Friends and family come along and fill the house with activity. But when Eva is at school, Maurice and Laura shoot what most people prefer to keep to themselves. The porn they make is not populated by Barbies or muscled superheroes. Ordinary women play with men who are also dad or neighbour. A humanity that not only exists in the porn they make, but also emerges behind the scenes and in their family life. In recent years, Laura has built strong bonds with a number of like-minded people: every one of them confident women who have consciously chosen this lifestyle and only depend on themselves with respect to their work. On a regular basis, they go to erotic fairs, rendez-vous evenings or an erotic night club: to make money or to have fun - or both.
In a Flemish village, surrounded by nature, Laura and Maurice live together with their daughter Eva. In the garden, Eva plays with her dog or meets with her classmates. Friends and family come along and fill the house with activity. But when Eva is at school, Maurice and Laura shoot what most people prefer to keep to themselves. The porn they make is not populated by Barbies or muscled superheroes. Ordinary women play with men who are also dad or neighbour. A humanity that not only exists in the porn they make, but also emerges behind the scenes and in their family life. In recent years, Laura has built strong bonds with a number of like-minded people: every one of them confident women who have consciously chosen this lifestyle and only depend on themselves with respect to their work. On a regular basis, they go to erotic fairs, rendez-vous evenings or an erotic night club: to make money or to have fun - or both. Foto: Liza Van der Stock, Belgium, Shortlist, People, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Malaysia is a multi cultured country. We have Chinese, Malaysian and Indian cultures, so living in Malaysia can mean very different experiences.
Malaysia is a multi cultured country. We have Chinese, Malaysian and Indian cultures, so living in Malaysia can mean very different experiences. Foto: Koh Soon, Malaysia, Shortlist, Arts & Culture, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Londonís Kensington & Chelsea has the UKís highest life expectancy at birth. I looked at this Glasgow community and the day-to-day lives of its inhabitants. Iím interested in commuters and capturing people on public transport. My intention was to juxtapose Glasgow with the setting of Kensington and Chelsea in London. Being from Glasgow, I am moved by what I perceive to be missing chunks of life and the bleakness of those shortened lives lived in the Calton, a small pocket of Glasgow, compared to those lived in Kensington and Chelsea. The difference in fortunes is not only apparent in mortality but in the cut of their suits and coats, the accessories they carry, the way the women apply their make-up, even their expressions tell a tale ñ confident and haughty vs downtrodden and malnourished. Using my trademark style of pathos vs bathos and my method of getting up close to my subjects I produced a series of pictures that give an important social account as well as entertain my viewer.
Londonís Kensington & Chelsea has the UKís highest life expectancy at birth. I looked at this Glasgow community and the day-to-day lives of its inhabitants. Iím interested in commuters and capturing people on public transport. My intention was to juxtapose Glasgow with the setting of Kensington and Chelsea in London. Being from Glasgow, I am moved by what I perceive to be missing chunks of life and the bleakness of those shortened lives lived in the Calton, a small pocket of Glasgow, compared to those lived in Kensington and Chelsea. The difference in fortunes is not only apparent in mortality but in the cut of their suits and coats, the accessories they carry, the way the women apply their make-up, even their expressions tell a tale ñ confident and haughty vs downtrodden and malnourished. Using my trademark style of pathos vs bathos and my method of getting up close to my subjects I produced a series of pictures that give an important social account as well as entertain my viewer. Foto: Dougie Wallace / Institute, United Kingdom, SHORTLIST, Portraiture, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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130682269925078476_9_Ramil-Gilvanov_Russia_SHORTLIST_Professional_Lifestyle_2015.PR. Foto: Ramil Gilvanov/Rimma Gilvanova, Russia, Shortlist, Lifestyle, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
1 in 700 babies are born with Down syndrome. Down syndrome is the most common chromosomal abnormality in new-borns. Specialists call it trisomy 21. Down syndrome is not a disease - it is not curable. People with Down syndrome have often physical and mental impairments that make them different from others. Since 2012 it has been possible to determine by means of non-invasive tests before birth whether a child will have Down's syndrome, as necessary, initiate an abortion. The photo series "one hundred and forty centimetres" raises questions about our relationship with the stigma of "living with impairment," and the technical possibilities to determine this even before birth.
1 in 700 babies are born with Down syndrome. Down syndrome is the most common chromosomal abnormality in new-borns. Specialists call it trisomy 21. Down syndrome is not a disease - it is not curable. People with Down syndrome have often physical and mental impairments that make them different from others. Since 2012 it has been possible to determine by means of non-invasive tests before birth whether a child will have Down's syndrome, as necessary, initiate an abortion. The photo series "one hundred and forty centimetres" raises questions about our relationship with the stigma of "living with impairment," and the technical possibilities to determine this even before birth. Foto: Sabine Lewandowski, Germany, Shortlist, People, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
The hair is an intimate part of a person. Hair has some symbolic value: ideas of beauty, strength, eroticism, individuality, sensuality, masculinity, and femininity are closely linked to the hair. ìWhen I bike to school and kindergarten with my children in the morning, we pass a hairdresserís, which is frequented daily by local residents. I was working intensely on another project at the time, but the idea just gripped me.î ìI started visiting different hair salons to capture the moment where we let other people get intimately close and shape the way the world sees us.î ìWhen I meet ordinary people, Iím intrigued by the fact that they have so many fascinating stories and interesting personalities. You donít have to go to distant places to experience drama and the unknown. The odds are, youíll find both right around the corner. In this case the stories were found at the local hairdresser.î The project is not yet finished ñ there is still so much to discover in Copenhagenís hair salons.
The hair is an intimate part of a person. Hair has some symbolic value: ideas of beauty, strength, eroticism, individuality, sensuality, masculinity, and femininity are closely linked to the hair. ìWhen I bike to school and kindergarten with my children in the morning, we pass a hairdresserís, which is frequented daily by local residents. I was working intensely on another project at the time, but the idea just gripped me.î ìI started visiting different hair salons to capture the moment where we let other people get intimately close and shape the way the world sees us.î ìWhen I meet ordinary people, Iím intrigued by the fact that they have so many fascinating stories and interesting personalities. You donít have to go to distant places to experience drama and the unknown. The odds are, youíll find both right around the corner. In this case the stories were found at the local hairdresser.î The project is not yet finished ñ there is still so much to discover in Copenhagenís hair salons. Foto: Jens Juul, Denmark, SHORTLIST, Portraiture, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men of the Toldot Aharon Sect celebrate the Purim holiday in the ultra-orthodox Mea Shearim neighborhood in Jerusalem on March 17, 2014. The festival of Purim commemorates the rescue of Jews from a genocide in ancient Persia.
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men of the Toldot Aharon Sect celebrate the Purim holiday in the ultra-orthodox Mea Shearim neighborhood in Jerusalem on March 17, 2014. The festival of Purim commemorates the rescue of Jews from a genocide in ancient Persia. Foto: Gili Yaari, Israel, Shortlist, Arts & Culture, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
WEST BENGAL, INDIA 21 OCTOBER 2013: Blind girls Sonia, 12, and Anita Singh, 5, are born into poverty with congenital cataract blindness. They must accompany their parents everywhere as they cannot be left alone without risk. The surgery to cure this is simple and takes 15 minutes but because of the level of poverty in this family they have been unable to pursue the necessary operation. India has more than 12 million blind, the majority of which suffer from cataract blindness. Poverty is the main reason these millions of people are trapped in this condition. Donor funding has recently enabled both sisters to finally go for this operation. This essay is an attempt to tell the story of their lives before surgery, during the operation to regain their sight and after as they begin to discover light.
WEST BENGAL, INDIA 21 OCTOBER 2013: Blind girls Sonia, 12, and Anita Singh, 5, are born into poverty with congenital cataract blindness. They must accompany their parents everywhere as they cannot be left alone without risk. The surgery to cure this is simple and takes 15 minutes but because of the level of poverty in this family they have been unable to pursue the necessary operation. India has more than 12 million blind, the majority of which suffer from cataract blindness. Poverty is the main reason these millions of people are trapped in this condition. Donor funding has recently enabled both sisters to finally go for this operation. This essay is an attempt to tell the story of their lives before surgery, during the operation to regain their sight and after as they begin to discover light. Foto: Brent Stirton, South Africa, Shortlist, Contemporary Issues, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Italy's Ludwig Rieder prepares for the training run during the Men's Luge Doubles of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics at Sanki Sliding Center on February 11, 2014 in Sochi, Russia.
Italy's Ludwig Rieder prepares for the training run during the Men's Luge Doubles of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics at Sanki Sliding Center on February 11, 2014 in Sochi, Russia. Foto: Sascha Fromm, Germany, Shortlist, Sport, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Lidos were perhaps at their most popular between the wars when people took their holidays here in England. Many of them were built in the 1930s or earlier and were naturally located on the English south coast, which was a favoured holiday destination for those living in London and the home counties. However there were many that were built in towns and cities to cope with the demand that once was and many of these remain. However, when the affordability of overseas holidays started to emerge in the 1960s many of these lidos fell into decline and have never recovered. Some have survived and have benefitted from investment and so have taken on a new lease of life as popularity has started increasing again. Most have been left to decay or lost under modern developments, such as Ramsgate's once booming pool which is now under a car park. The ones remaining are desperately clinging on while campaigns are fought to save them from disappearing completely, relics of a lost golden age.
Lidos were perhaps at their most popular between the wars when people took their holidays here in England. Many of them were built in the 1930s or earlier and were naturally located on the English south coast, which was a favoured holiday destination for those living in London and the home counties. However there were many that were built in towns and cities to cope with the demand that once was and many of these remain. However, when the affordability of overseas holidays started to emerge in the 1960s many of these lidos fell into decline and have never recovered. Some have survived and have benefitted from investment and so have taken on a new lease of life as popularity has started increasing again. Most have been left to decay or lost under modern developments, such as Ramsgate's once booming pool which is now under a car park. The ones remaining are desperately clinging on while campaigns are fought to save them from disappearing completely, relics of a lost golden age. Foto: Jonathan Syer, United Kingdom, Shortlist, Campaign, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
This series is comparing faces and colors of four different cities which is describing culture of the people are living there. Each Image is a puzzle from different doors in each city. First Image : Venice Second : Tehran Third : Spandau Forth : Berlin.
This series is comparing faces and colors of four different cities which is describing culture of the people are living there. Each Image is a puzzle from different doors in each city. First Image : Venice Second : Tehran Third : Spandau Forth : Berlin. Foto: Farid Sani, Iran, Shortlist, Travel, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Savar, Dhaka - Bangladesh (April 2014) One year after the RanaPlaza tragedy still hundreds of people suffer from invisible, intangibles wounds. Trauma is a normal response to a disaster like this, but still too many people suffer panic attacks or memory losses, hear continuously mourning voices imploring help or even see dead workers laying beside them. Although I'm still alive, Rana Plaza changed the course of my life - says a survivor. His conditions are common to hundreds of victims and their relatives, who are still unable to recover physically and, especially, psychologically from the trauma.The tragedy and pain are far from over.
Savar, Dhaka - Bangladesh (April 2014) One year after the RanaPlaza tragedy still hundreds of people suffer from invisible, intangibles wounds. Trauma is a normal response to a disaster like this, but still too many people suffer panic attacks or memory losses, hear continuously mourning voices imploring help or even see dead workers laying beside them. Although I'm still alive, Rana Plaza changed the course of my life - says a survivor. His conditions are common to hundreds of victims and their relatives, who are still unable to recover physically and, especially, psychologically from the trauma.The tragedy and pain are far from over. Foto: Annalisa Natali Murri, Italy, Shortlist, Contemporary Issues, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Foto: Massimo Siragusa, Agenzia Fotogiornalistica Contrasto Galleria del Cembalo, Italy, Shortlist, Architecture, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
he photographer attempts to capture the underwater grace and juxtaposition of the synchronized swimming team trainings in Singapore.
he photographer attempts to capture the underwater grace and juxtaposition of the synchronized swimming team trainings in Singapore. Foto: Jonathan Yeap Chin Tiong, Singapore, Shortlist, Sport, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
The project "Restricted area" is about utopian strive of humans for technological progress. Humans are always trying to own ever more than they have - this is the source of technical progress, which was the means to create various commodities, standards, as well as the tools of violence in order to keep the power over others. Better, higher, stronger - these ideals often express the main ideology of the governments, for these goals they are ready to sacrifice almost everything. I travel in search of places which used to have great importance for the technical progress - and which are now deserted. Those places lost their significance together with the utopian ideology which is now obsolete. Secret cities that cannot be found on maps, forgotten scientific triumphs, abandoned buildings of almost inhuman complexity. The perfect technocratic future that never came.
The project "Restricted area" is about utopian strive of humans for technological progress. Humans are always trying to own ever more than they have - this is the source of technical progress, which was the means to create various commodities, standards, as well as the tools of violence in order to keep the power over others. Better, higher, stronger - these ideals often express the main ideology of the governments, for these goals they are ready to sacrifice almost everything. I travel in search of places which used to have great importance for the technical progress - and which are now deserted. Those places lost their significance together with the utopian ideology which is now obsolete. Secret cities that cannot be found on maps, forgotten scientific triumphs, abandoned buildings of almost inhuman complexity. The perfect technocratic future that never came. Foto: Danila Tkachenko, Russia, Shortlist, Landscape, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Ola Larsson, 41 years old, Purchaser. On leave with his son Gustav, for eight months. "It is important that everybody is free to choose to take time off for parental leave or not. It is the culture that needs to change on a grand scale and more male role models must be promoted. The State needs to become better at providing information regarding the advantages that parental leave gives both parents. I had to dry many tears after I left my son in day care for the first time. It is a true gift to be allowed to create such strong emotional ties to your child that you can thanks to the Swedish parental leave system. You almost have to experience parental leave to understand what you lose before you decide to work instead.".
Ola Larsson, 41 years old, Purchaser. On leave with his son Gustav, for eight months. "It is important that everybody is free to choose to take time off for parental leave or not. It is the culture that needs to change on a grand scale and more male role models must be promoted. The State needs to become better at providing information regarding the advantages that parental leave gives both parents. I had to dry many tears after I left my son in day care for the first time. It is a true gift to be allowed to create such strong emotional ties to your child that you can thanks to the Swedish parental leave system. You almost have to experience parental leave to understand what you lose before you decide to work instead.". Foto: Johan Bavman, Sweden, Shortlist, People, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
In 2014 the conflict between rebels and the government army in Ukraine led the country to the full-scale hostilities. The local residents of the strategically located city of Luhansk were left without water and electricity for three months over the summer, while constant gunfire could be heard above their heads. According to the Federal Migration Service, more than 800 thousand Ukrainian citizens had to be relocated as a result of the conflict.
In 2014 the conflict between rebels and the government army in Ukraine led the country to the full-scale hostilities. The local residents of the strategically located city of Luhansk were left without water and electricity for three months over the summer, while constant gunfire could be heard above their heads. According to the Federal Migration Service, more than 800 thousand Ukrainian citizens had to be relocated as a result of the conflict. Foto: Valery Melnikov / ROSSIYA SEGODNYA, Russia, Shortlist, Current Affairs, Professional Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
At almost 600 pounds, Hector Garcia Jr. finds simple daily tasks like bathing a challenge. He struggled to walk across the hall from his bedroom to the bathroom so that his mother, Elena, could wash him after having cut his hair in November 2010. A month before, Hector started dieting after he realized he was close to his highest known weight, 636 pounds.
At almost 600 pounds, Hector Garcia Jr. finds simple daily tasks like bathing a challenge. He struggled to walk across the hall from his bedroom to the bathroom so that his mother, Elena, could wash him after having cut his hair in November 2010. A month before, Hector started dieting after he realized he was close to his highest known weight, 636 pounds. Foto: Lisa Krantz, United States, Shortlisted, Contemporary Issues, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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130686669399206011_Adi-Dekel_Israel_Shortlist_Youth_Portrait_2015. Foto: Adi Dekel, Israel, Shortlist, Portraits, Youth Award, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
As Spring draw to a close and the final gusts of the southern breeze peter out, the people of Sydney take to the beach to welcome the summer heat. A national past time, you can say that it has become a part of the Australian culture. The photograph aims to capture the mood of everyone at the beach.
As Spring draw to a close and the final gusts of the southern breeze peter out, the people of Sydney take to the beach to welcome the summer heat. A national past time, you can say that it has become a part of the Australian culture. The photograph aims to capture the mood of everyone at the beach. Foto: David Pereira, Singapore, Shortlist, Culture, Youth, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Just me, observing the stars above ancient sandstone landscape of Arches National Park. It's amazing how when we view our earthly environment in its natural state, the more alien it becomes. Single exposure, no composites.
Just me, observing the stars above ancient sandstone landscape of Arches National Park. It's amazing how when we view our earthly environment in its natural state, the more alien it becomes. Single exposure, no composites. Foto: Krishan Bansal, Shortlist, Youth Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Kids dressed up to distribute candies to the bystanders in a parade during the Nine Emperor Gods festival which is celebrated on the ninth month in the lunar calendar each year in Malaysia.
Kids dressed up to distribute candies to the bystanders in a parade during the Nine Emperor Gods festival which is celebrated on the ninth month in the lunar calendar each year in Malaysia. Foto: Zhu Lin Ch'ng, Malaysia, Shortlist, Culture, Youth, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
Many cities and towns are lose their authenticity because of spread of modern industrial architecture. I would like to draw world's attention to this problem. People shouldn't live in inharmonious environment.
Many cities and towns are lose their authenticity because of spread of modern industrial architecture. I would like to draw world's attention to this problem. People shouldn't live in inharmonious environment. Foto: Ivan Turukhano, Russia, Shortlist, Environment, Youth Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
This image was taken during the famous 'River Mersey Festival' which is an annual event celebrating Liverpool's River Mersey and the history surrounding it. As you can see in the image, many rare tall ships gather to celebrate this event which happens every year.
This image was taken during the famous 'River Mersey Festival' which is an annual event celebrating Liverpool's River Mersey and the history surrounding it. As you can see in the image, many rare tall ships gather to celebrate this event which happens every year. Foto: Alex Foden, UK, Shortlist, Environment, Youth Competition, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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