Open winners announced in Sony World Photography Awards 2011

After Dark, Thailand: "It's a floating lantern at Chiang Mai, Thailand. We believe that it's a symbolic of problems and worries floating away." © Chumlong Nilkon courtesy of courtesy of Sony World Photography Awards 2011

The ten winners in the Open category have been announced for the 2011 Sony World Photography Awards. The winning images will be exhibited as part of the World Photography festival from 26 April-22 May. There were over 51,000 submissions from 148 counties. I have just requested some photos so will post a little later, till then:


Action: Chan Kwok Hung (Hong Kong)
After Dark: Chumlong Nilkon (Thailand)
Architecture: Marek Troszczynski (Poland)
Arts & Culture: Hubert Januar (Indonesia)
Fashion: Edina Csoboth (Hungary)
Nature & Wildlife: Andiyan Lutfi (Indonesia)
Panoramic: Wolfgang Weinhardt (Germany)
People: Raghuranjan Sarkar (India)
Smile: Carlos Henrique Reinesch (Brazil)
Travel: James Chong (Singapore)

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