2013 04 01 Sony World Photography Awards 2013 - 3D Award

The Competition


Sony World Photography Awards 2013
3D Award

Entry Start: 01/06/2012

Entry Close: 04/01/2013

The Sony World Photography Awards are all about being at the forefront of photography, embracing new trends in and exploring the photographic possibilities of advancing technology.

As the media world is currently entering a 3D frenzy, we are excited to be a part of it by launching our first global 3D competition!

3D photographs and videos can give a whole new look to that perfect moment, adding astonishing levels of depth, clarity and realism. We are looking for entries that use true 3D technology, as offered by modern cameras such as Sony's latest Cyber-shot compact cameras, Alpha (α) system cameras and Handycam® camcorders. Anyone can enter this dynamic competition and be a part of this image revolution.

Basic Members can upload 3 files

Advanced Members can upload 8 files

Premium Members can upload 20 files

Accepted 3D File Formats:

  • Photograph - MPO (.mpo)
  • Video - MP4 (.mp4) / M2TS (.m2ts) / MTS (.mts)

Find complete information at the competition website.

Complies with the Bill of Rights

This competition meets all the standards set out in

the Bill of Rights For Artists


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Report created on 18/06/2012 : 18:33:31