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One month left for World Photography Awards

Photographers worldwide have just one month left to enter the 12th annual Sony World Photography Awards’ Professional, Open and Youth competitions. Open to all, submissions to these global and prestigious awards are free at www.worldphoto.org/swpa.

To mark the closing deadlines, leading professional artists describe the unique worldwide platform the awards provide and highlight the benefits to their careers, which includes international press exposure, gallery representation and book deals.
Alongside this, the World Photography Organisation, the creators of the Awards, releases a new selection of entries to the 2019 competitions. Submitted by photographers from around the world, the images cover a wide variety of topics taken from the ten categories of the Open competition, which is judged on a single image.

November 6, 2018: Photographers worldwide have just one month left to enter the 12th annual Sony World Photography Awards’ Professional, Open and Youth competitions. Open to all, submissions to these global and prestigious awards are free at www.worldphoto.org/swpa.

To mark the closing deadlines, leading professional artists describe the unique worldwide platform the awards provide and highlight the benefits to their careers, which includes international press exposure, gallery representation and book deals.
Alongside this, the World Photography Organisation, the creators of the Awards, releases a new selection of entries to the 2019 competitions. Submitted by photographers from around the world, the images cover a wide variety of topics taken from the ten categories of the Open competition, which is judged on a single image.


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