Sony Alpha Awards announces winners for 2022

Sony Australia and New Zealand has introduced the winners of the 2022 Alpha Awards.
Almost 4,000 pictures have been submitted by skilled and newbie photographers throughout the 12 classes within the competitors, with the Grand Prize awarded to Sydney photographer Caitlin Eadie, for her picture Rainfall in Limbo, which was captured with a Sony A7 III and 55mm f/1.8 lens.
The competitors is just open to pictures captured with Sony cameras and lenses. 
Grand Prize Winner, Caitlin Eadie, Rainfall in Limbo.
Eadie wins $10,000 value of Sony digicam gear, with the opposite class winners taking dwelling $4000 money every.
Jun Yoon, Head of Sony Digital Imaging ANZ, described the competitors as a ‘delight’.
“It is at all times a delight to get a glimpse into the inventive minds of Alpha shooters and discover their curiosity of the world via the facility of their photographs.”
The class winners for 2022 are under. 
Astrophotography class, Laurie Winter, The Guardian.
Nature class, Paula Vigus, Gliophorus Lilacipes.
Landscape class, Graham Earnshaw, In Search of Light.
Editorial class, Matt Hrkac, Glued On.
City / Street class, Fabio Capodivento, Foggy Station.
Seascape class, Jingshu Zhu, Starfish.
Wedding class, Andrea Stephens, Edible Confetti.
Compact class, Gabrielle Lui, Bommie.
Portrait class, Carole Mills Noronha, Wonder.
Sport class, Scott Barbour, Matteo Berrettini.
Creative class, Ian Johnstone, Broad Appeal.

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