14 standout entries from the 2012 Sony Photography Awards

By Ash Davies
April 28, 2012 from Inspiration

Last week the annual Sony Photography Awards winners were announced. Over 112,000 photos were entered into the competition from 171 countries. Here we’ve hand picked some of the best entries and winners for you to admire.

Which one is your favourite?

Travel Shortlist, Baltic Sea by Krzysztof Browko, Poland

Sony Photography Awards 2012

Arts and Culture Shortlist, Barbershop by Paul Störm, Australia

Sony Photography Awards 2012

Nature & Wildlife Shortlist, Mother feeds her chick by Giovanni Frescura, Italy

Sony Photography Awards 2012

People Shortlist, A man bathing his buffalo by Zulkifli Thalib, Indonesia

Smile Shortlist, Please keep your smile by Nguyen Duc Tri, Vietnam

Open winner and Split Second winner, Dancing queen by Tobias Bräuning

Sony Photography Awards 2012

Overall Professional and Landscape winner, Storms by Mitch Dobrowner

Sony World Photography Awards 2012 overall winner Mitch Dobrowner

Overall Youth & Culture winner, The last hero by Kolyaskin Sergey

Sony World Photography Awards 2012 Youth Winner

Current Affairs winner, Life in the exclusion zone (Japan) by Donald Weber

Sony World Photography Awards 2012 Current Affairs winner

Sport winner, MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) by Palmer and Pawel

Sony World Photography Awards 2012 Sport

Conceptual Winner, Back to the future by Irina Werning

Sony World Photography Awards 2012 Conceptual winner

Split second shortlist, The power of base by Johnny Joo, USA

Low Light shortlist, Star capella by Elmar Akhmetov

Arts and Culture shortlist, People celebrate in Mumbai by Sanket k, India

  • http://blog.logoswish.com/ Logoswish

    Wow. Amazing photos. Love all of them.

  • http://blog.logoswish.com/ Logoswish

    Wow. Amazing photos. Love all of them.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=723973707 Audrey Felser

    I love the Split Second shortlist. I just love ALL of the colors. so beautiful

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    Very interesting effect. Thank you.