کد خبر: ۴۲۲۰۳
تاریخ انتشار: ۰۹ فروردين ۱۳۹۶- ۱۲:۲۱
از میان حدود 230 هزار شرکت‌کننده از 183 کشور جهان؛
دهمین دوره رقابت جهانی جایزه عکاسی سونی در سال ۲۰۱۷ برگزار شد و عکس‌های برگزیده از میان 227 و 596 نفر شرکت‌کننده از 183 کشور جهان معرفی شد. این مسابقه یکی از مهم‌ترین رقابت‌های عکاسی است که برای برگزیدگان، جایگاهی حرفه‌ای ایجاد می‌کند و فرصتی برای بروز استعدادهای نوظهور و حرفه‌ای است که هرساله در چهار سطح حرفه‌ای، آزاد، نوجوانان و دانشجویان برگزار می‌شود. در میان 28 عکس برنده، عکس‌های ممتازی از طبیعت، کشاورزی و محیط زیست نیز به چشم می‌خورد.

خبرگزاری کشاورزی ایران (ایانا): دهمین دوره رقابت جهانی جایزه عکاسی سونی در سال ۲۰۱۷ برگزار شد و عکس‌های برگزیده از میان 227 و 596 نفر شرکت‌کننده از 183 کشور جهان معرفی شد. این مسابقه یکی از مهم‌ترین رقابت‌های عکاسی است که برای برگزیدگان، جایگاهی حرفه‌ای ایجاد می‌کند و فرصتی برای بروز استعدادهای نوظهور و حرفه‌ای است که هر ساله در چهار سطح حرفه‌ای، آزاد، نوجوانان و دانشجویان برگزار می‌شود.

در سال ۲۰۱۷ شرایط کار برای تمام عکاسان در تمام موضوعات چالش‌برانگیز در نظر گرفته شده تا شرکت‌کنندگان آثار خلاقانه‌ای ارائه کنند.

عکاس برنده سال 25 هزار دلار و سایر برندگان، آخرین امکانات عکاسی دیجیتال سونی را به‌عنوان جایزه دریافت خواهند کرد و آثارشان در نمایشگاه جوایز جهانی عکاسی سونی در لندن و در کتاب سالانه برندگان عکاسی سونی منتشر می‌شود و در معرض دید عموم رسانه‌های جهانی قرار می‌گیرد. در میان 28 عکس برنده، عکس‌های ممتازی از طبیعت، کشاورزی و محیط زیست نیز به چشم می‌خورد.

لازم به ذکر است سه عکس از جمع 28 عکس برنده، در مجموعه منتشرشده ایانا موجود نیست./




Tabular iceberg. In March 2016, I headed to the Antarctic Peninsula, as part of an expedition with explorer Robert Swan. On our way to the 66th parallel south, our boat was navigating in silence through 30 meter (100 feet) high tabular icebergs that were once part of the Larsen Ice Shelf. Those mesmerizing structures were displaying subzero icy corridors, forming a highly photogenic gargantuan maze. The scene was magnificent, but also incredibly scary. I took my camera, I had to show the world the impact that global warming has had. Equipped with a 70-200mm, I started to play with the magnificent landscape around me, trying to display the geometric magnificence of those structures. After envisioning the shot, I had to wait the right moment, and had only a few seconds to get it right

Josselin Cornou, France, 1st Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Cautelosa / Cautious. Taken on June 12, 2016, while working in the field, this iguana was near a small creek had done several reptile shots until I got this one

Jonatan Banista, Panama, 1st Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



EXIST. The year 2016. reminds me the time in which selfie culture determines our existence if we were somewhere or doing something. The photo was taken at a concert Massive Attack in Pula/Croatia

Jelena Janković, Serbia, 1st Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Paradise is a Library. This photo was taken on February 28, 2016 in the Stuttgart Library, in Germany. I really like this Library because it's like no other Library I've ever seen, "breaking the rules". I actually find that this modern and ethereal look, helps one concentrate reading it's book or studying.

Luis Pina, Portugal, 2nd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Mathilda. Inspired by the movie Leon. Model: Anastasiya Marinina

Alexander Vinogradov, Russian Federation, 1st Place, Open, Portraits (Open), 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Tai Chi. December 10, 2016. Wuhan city in Hubei Province, the Yangtze River, more than 1 thousand and 300 people practicing taijiquan.

Jianguo Gong, China, 1st Place, Open, Culture, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards




Gassing Up At Roy's. Roy's Cafe, gas station and motel in Amboy, California. Part of my series "Roadside America". This photo was taken at the Historic Route 66

Ralph Gräf, Germany, 1st Place, Open, Travel, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Halloween Protagonists. Halloween in NYC, one of the world's most unique parades and the spookiest holiday in the fall

Constantinos Sofikitis, Greece, 1st Place, Open, Street Photography, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards




Wendy in Orocué. Wendy Daniela Rivas, looks through a window from her home at Orocué, Casanare, Colombia, on November 20, 2016
Juan Cristóbal Cobo, Colombia, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



The wanderer. Image taken on a foggy night in November 2016 in Tarvastu, Estonia

Hendrik Mändla, Estonia, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Hunting dolphins. A pod of Atlantic spotted dolphins exhibit their cooperative hunting behavior as they attempt to catch a juvenile fish that is hiding under the sand. By using echolocation, dolphins are able to find their prey, even when their prey is camouflaged and/or out of sight. This photo was taken in November 2016 during a field trip with the Bimini Biological Field Station in the Bahamas

Eugene Kitsios, Netherlands, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Transportation. I took this photo in Abu Dhabi, at one of past September morning days, a painting on the wall grabbed my attention, due to it represents UAE past culture. It made me bring my son, dress him with the Local traditional outfit that he loves the most, and made him play around with his tiny car under; the paint, which reflects the great progress and innovation, that UAE witnessed in saving its own precious culture background.

Mustafa Jindi, Emirati, 1st Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Light from above. The picture "Light from above" was taken in September 2016 in Santa Maddalena, Dolomiten, Italy. Beautiful light and humidity stood behind the nice play of light and shadows that morning. I was waiting as the small church was illuminated by the very first rays of Sun

Peter Svoboda, Slovakia, 1st Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Character. This image was captured off the coast of the island Chain of Vava'u, Kingdom of Tonga. Every year humpback whales migrate thousands of kilometers from the cold oceans in the south to the warm breeding waters in the tropical islands on the South Pacific. This particular male calf was such a character and after seeing him most days over a week I finally captured an image that showed his nature and unique 'personality' as such.

Matt Lance Draper, New Zealander, 2nd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Concrete Circle. Having just arrived in Berlin on a bright summer's day, my wife and I decided to take a morning walk along the River Spree. We soon came across a large concrete building, and I was immediately struck by its geometry and scale. Across the river, I positioned myself for a single point perspective and waited for the right moment to capture it. A couple came into the viewfinder and I noticed the cyclist out of the corner of my eye. I waited for them to move into the frame and hit the shutter to try and balance the composition

Tim Cornbill, United Kingdom, 1st Place, Open, Architecture, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Los Angeles 2016. Los Angeles Street Photography.

Seung Jong Lee, Korea (Republic of), 1st Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Mystic Island. I was waiting eagerly for the first cold winter morning after the snowy day. Finally the conditions were just as I wanted them to be. Still lake, beautiful pink/purple morning tones, snow on the trees and some fog for mystic atmosphere.

Aleš Krivec, Slovenia, 2nd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Moonlight. Awaji Island at night.

Wilson Lee, Hong Kong, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Peregrine has caught a Ruff. I was photographing in a photo hide on a marsh where a pair of Peregrines (Falco peregrinus) was nesting. The parent in the picture had just caught a prey bird, Ruff (Philomachus pugnax), and was taking the catch to the chicks in the nest

Markus Varesvuo, Finland, 2nd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards




Escape

Mohammad Alnaser, Saudi Arabia, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
 



Garland. One day in a late Autumn I went for a walk to a beach in San Augustin, Maspalomas. Entering it I have noticed the interesting pattern of the beach created by the Atlantic Ocean. The view I have imagined from above was strong enough impulse to go and get my drone for an aerial shot. While flying above I have noticed waves ending on the beach in unusual shapes, reminding of a garland

Karolis Janulis, Lithuania, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards
 


White greenhouse. Agricultural worker

Leyla Emektar, Turkey, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Sleeping beauty. During a game drive in Lake Nakuru national park in September 2016 we noticed this lioness on a tree. With the reputation of tree climbing lions in Lake Nakuru we were not surprised to see this lioness on the tree. With the light levels depleting quickly due to adverse weather conditions I made this picture to show the environment of the subject.

Deveni Nishantha Manjula, Sri Lanka, 1st Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



In motion pictures, the actor rules. The camera served the actor - Richard Donner. Motion and emotion go hand in hand to me while I'm shooting on the streets, with every action I see a reaction and it engulfs me in a blanket of varied emotions, I spotted this and wanted to capture a in between shot, so it creates mystery around the moment.

Prabha Jayesh, India, 3rd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards



Cliff view
Husain Hakin Alfraid, Saudi Arabia, 2nd Place, National Awards, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards

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