Photography 15 Spectacular Photos Which Won Sony World Photography Award 2015
15 Spectacular Photos Which Won Sony World Photography Award 2015
More than 180,000 entries made to win the title of L'Iris D'Or Sony World Photography Award 2015. The photographs from 177 countries participated in 13 professional categories along with youth, student and an open award.
Following are the most heart touching photos which won in several categories. These meaningful photographs carry the symbols of various aspects of our society.
1. Riccardo Bononi won the title Sport Photographer of the Year.
Female fighters in a poor neighbourhood in Bolivia.
2. A woman crying beside her husband's dead body who died from Ebola in Liberia.
American photographer John Moore's picture of Ebola outbreak won the category of Current Affairs.
3. Aristide Economopoulos won the Arts and Culture category with Prom Night.
Students of Newark's Arts High School dancing on the dance floor.
4. Bernhard Lang won the award in the Travel Category. This is the aerial view of the Italian Coastline.
Colorful umbrellas look stunning.
5. Cosmin Bumbut won the Professional Architecture Award for this photograph.
This is an intimate room in a prison in Romania.
6. Donald Weber won the title - Still Life Photographer of the Year for this photo.
Protesters in Ukraine used this variety of Molotov cocktails.
7. Giovanni Troilo won the title People Photographer of the Year for this photo.
This is a symbol of social unease, photo taken in a small town near Brussels.
8. Li Fan was titled the Lifestyle Photographer of the Year for this photo.
This photo portrays the lifestyle of ethnic YI people in southwest China.
9. Rahul Talukder won the title Conceptual Photographer of the Year in the category Faded History of the Lost.
This photo was discovered in Bangladesh from a collapsed factory.
10. Portraiture Photographer of the Year title went to Ruben Salgado Escudero for solar portraits in Myanmar.
Only 26% of the country's population has access to electricity in Myanmar.
11. Scott Typaldos won the Contemporary Issues category for this photo.
This is a man suffering from mental illness.
12. Sebastian Gil Miranda won the award for the campaign ''Shoot ball, not gun''
This is a picture of a dangerous village in Argentina.
13. Simon Norfolk is awarded as Landscape Photographer of the Year.
14. Svetlana Blagodareva won the title Student Focus Photographer of the Year.
The series was named - on the way to the edge.
15. Armin Appel won the award Open Photographer of the Year for this photo.
A view of a schoolyard in south Germany.