2013 04 01 Sony World Photography Awards 2013 - Youth Award

The Competition

Sony World Photography Awards 2013
Youth Award

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Entry Start: 01/06/2012

Entry Close: 04/01/2013

We are searching for the next generation of talented young photographers in this new competition, open to anyone 19 and under.

Whether you are studying photography in school or college, or just have a passion for taking photographs of your daily life, enter this competition for the chance to become the Sony World Photography Awards, Youth Award Winner.

There are three great categories available to enter that will allow you to illustrate your blossoming photographic talent; Culture, Environment and People.

Basic Members can enter up to 3 images into one category or across all categories.

Advanced Members can enter up to 8 images into one category or across all categories.

Premium Members can enter up to 20 images into one category or across all categories.


For further information please visit the competition website.

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