Sony World Photography Awards Accused of Censorship After Pulling Hong Kong Protest Photos

The Sony World Photography Awards is being accused of censorship by the photojournalist community this week after the renowned competition pulled down

The story first broke in the Hong Kong Free Press, after photographer Ko Chung-ming pointed out that his series titled Wounds of Hong Kong, a finalist in the Documentary category, had been taken down shortly after the World Photography Organization announced the finalists of the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards.