The winners of the world's biggest photography competition have been revealed. The 2015 Sony World Photography Awards judges have chosen ten category winners in the Open competition, three Youth winners, and a winner and two runners-up in the inaugural Mobile Phone contest.

The winning photographers were chosen from over 96,000 entries.

OPEN COMPETITION

The winners of the single best shot from each of the ten Open categories are:

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Travel - Yasen Georgiev, BulgariaYasen Georgiev, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Smile - Wilson Lee, Hong KongWilson Lee, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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People - Saleh Rozati, Iran (lives in Austria)Saleh Rozati, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Low Light - Nick Ng Yeow Kee, MalaysiaNick Ng Yeow Kee, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Enhanced - Antony Crossfield, United KingdomAntony Crossfield, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Panoramic - Norman Quinn, United KingdomNorman Quinn, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Arts & Culture - Hector Muñoz Huerta, MexicoHector Muñoz Huerta, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Split Second - Jaime Massieu, SpainJaime Massieu, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Nature & Wildlife - Antoine Weis, Switzerland/LuxembourgAntoine Weis, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Architecture - Armin Appel, GermanyArmin Appel, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

YOUTH COMPETITION

For photographers aged 19 and under and judged on a single shot, the three Youth category winners are:

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Environment - Yong Lin Tan, Malaysia (age 19)Yong Lin Tan, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Portraits - Stephanie Anjo, United Kingdom (age 14)Stephanie Anjo, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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Culture - Beatriz Mota da Rocha, Portugal (age 15)Beatriz Mota da Rocha, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

MOBILE PHONE COMPETITION

The Mobile Phone competition was introduced this year in recognition of the increased accessibility mobile phone cameras has given photographers and how this has allowed more people to capture everyday moments in our daily lives which would otherwise go unnoticed.

Open to photographers of all abilities and judged on a single image taken using any mobile phone camera, the inaugural winner and runners up are:

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Winner - Turi Calafato, ItalyTuri Calafato, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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2nd place - Janos M Schmidt, HungaryJanos M Schmidt, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards
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3rd place - Ako Salemi, IranAko Salemi, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

The winners of the Open, Youth and Mobile Phone competitions will each receive the latest Sony digital imaging equipment and Xperia™ smartphone and their images will be shown at Somerset House in London as part of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards exhibition from 24 April to 10 May.

The Open and Youth category winners will now compete for the overall Open Photographer of the Year and Youth Photographer of the Year titles, which will be revealed at the Sony World photography Awards gala ceremony on 23 April in London. The overall winners will be selected from the 13 category winners. The overall Open and Youth winners along with the Mobile Phone winner will be flown to London to attend the ceremony and the overall Open winner will also receive a $5,000 (£3,384) cash prize