Our Top Shots From The Sony World Photography 2021 Competition

[imagesource: Min Min Zaw / Myanmar]

You’ve really honed your photo taking skills of late.

We’re proud of you.

Isn’t it nuts what cellphone cameras can do these days?

To win one of the categories up for grabs in the Sony World Photography 2021 Competition, you have to take a stunner, so props to the national award winners of this year’s event.

In total, more than 330 000 images from 220 territories were submitted to the 10 categories of the Sony World Photography Awards 2021, and around half that number were entered into the Open competition, from which the National Awards photos were selected.

50 countries took part, meaning 50 winners, with expert judges choosing the best single image from each of the countries entered into the National & Regional Awards.

We’ve chosen our favourite eight from Forbes’ selection, and up top, you can see Myanmar’s winner, Min Min Zaw.

There are an additional seven below:

Image: National Awards, Winner 2021, Italy PHOTO: DAVIDE GIANNETTI ITALY – SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Image: National Awards Winner 2021, United Arab Emirates MIREIA VILAPLANA SPAIN – SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Image: Red Gold: Pepper Harvest: National Winner 2021, Serbia PHOTO: VLADIMIR ZIVOJINOVIC, SERBIA – SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS / GETTY IMAGES

Image: National Award Winner, 2021 Slovenia PHOTO: © ALJAŽ ŽNIDARŠIČ, SLOVENIA – SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Image: National Awards Winner 2021, Taiwan HUI PIN LAI, TAIWAN – SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Image: National Awards, Winner, 2021, Thailand PHOTO: SAOWANEE SUNTARARAK, THAILAND – SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Shocked to find out the above image doesn’t come from Canada.

That’s only seven images. One more, and then we call it:

Image: National Award Winner 2021, Czech Republic PHOTO: © ZDENĚK VOŠICKÝ, CZECH REPUBLIC – SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Looks like a photo finish.

I’m actually ashamed of that one.

See the full Forbes list here.

[source:forbes]

Source: 2oceansvibe.com

Our Top Shots From The Sony World Photography 2021 Competition