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Winners announced at the world’s largest photography competition. Here are our favorites

Monday 18th May, 2015

Now in its eighth year, the Sony World Photography Awards annually presents the world’s best contemporary photography across a range of genres.  Free to enter and open to photographers of all abilities, it is an authoritative voice in the photographic world and attracts both emerging talent and established artists. 

The 2015 awards attracted record-breaking entries, with 173,444 images submitted from 171 countries, confirming its position as the world’s biggest photography competition.

All the winning and shortlisted images will be exhibited at Somerset House, London WC2R 1LA, from 24 April – 10 May, 2015 along with a dedicated curation to Outstanding Contribution to Photography recipient, Elliott Erwitt.  Tickets: £5 - £8.50. Book online >>>>>

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