The 10th Sony World Photography Awards are currently underway, and a Hungarian photographer’s artwork has made its way into a new series of entries from the contest’s Open competition category.
Péter Csákvári, a Budapest-based food blogger and photographer, submitted his miniature still-life, entitled “Who killed the flies?”, to this year’s competition. Csákvári, who also writes for Hungarian news and culture site szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu, is the creator of an excellent food blog, Men & Tal, whose English translation you can find on Hungary Today.
The World Photography Awards include four separate competition categories: Professional, ‘Open,’ Youth, and ‘Student Focus.’ According to the event’s official website, prizes include “cash prizes, international media exposure across multiple channels, Sony digital imaging equipment, and an exhibition in London.
Submissions for this year’s Awards are being accepted until January 5th for the Youth and Open categories, while winners will be announced at an awards ceremony next April in London.
You can see Péter Csákvári’s submission, as well as other photographs from the competition below:
To see more of the photos from the 2017 contest, check out the World Photography Organisation website.
To see more of Péter Csákvári’s miniature still-lives, visit his Facebook page, Peter Csakvari’s Tiny Wasteland.
Via The Sun, szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu, and the World Photography Organisation website
Images via worldphoto.org