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This year's contest is the 35th since The Asahi Shimbun held its first photo contest in 1983 commemorating 100 Locations to Conserve for the 21st Century. Under the theme of Preserving Nature and Places in Japan Forever, 76 printed photographs, including the First Prize, were selected from 5,947 competition entries submitted in the Print Category. For the Digital Category, which was newly established last year and allowed entries to be submitted online, 31 photographs, including the First Prize Sony 4K Award and Sony Next Photographer Award (for photographers who are 30 years of age or less), were selected from 5,903 competition entries, which was an amazing four times that of last year’s number.
Here at Sony Imaging Gallery Ginza, we will exhibit a panel of all prize-winning works in the Print Category. In addition, you can see all the prize-winning works in the Digital Category on three 4K BRAVIA LCD TVs.
May the natural splendor of Japan be re-discovered in the landscapes, flora, fauna, people at work and other directly expressed subject matter.
Kentaro Fukuda, Takayuki Maekawa, Sony Marketing (Japan) Inc.