In pictures: EyeEm Awards
A selection of some of the shortlisted images in this year's EyeEm Awards.
The EyeEm Photography Festival and Awards aims to celebrate emerging talent. This year's competition attracted more than 270,000 entries in five categories: The Portraitist, The Architect, The Great Outdoors, The Photojournalist and The Street Photographer. The latter includes this shot of a woman on the beach in Naples, by Michele Liberti.
Istanbul-based Can Dagarslani was shortlisted for The Portraitist category for this image from Inside Out, which explores the notion of identity.
Femi Onipinla submitted this photo for The Great Outdoors category. It was taken during a trip to a desert camp in Erg Chebbi, Morocco.
Jadsada Inaek captured a moment at Siam Park City amusement park in Bangkok in this The Street Photographer category image.
This photo by Melvin Anore was taken during a Good Friday religious procession in Binangonan Rizal, Philippines, it was shortlisted for The Photojournalist category.
A heated moment during a Moharram celebration in Lucknow, India, was the focus of Mayank Gautam's entry, also shortlisted for The Photojournalist.
Zacharie Rabehi's portrait of Shaboo was submitted in the same category. A victim of an acid attack by her father when she was one month old, Shaboo was adopted by an orphanage ashram in Mumbai. Her mother, who was also attacked, died as a result.
An unusual building in Osthafen, in Berlin, was the subject of Jorg Fockenberg's image for The Architect, showcasing "stunning architecture that moves you".
Todd Bischoff II
“My daughter gets her first pony ride in Petaluma, California," said Todd Bischoff, of his The Street Photographer image. "High Five is part of a current series I am working on called Let’s Get Acquainted."
The winners will be announced at the 2016 EyeEm Festival and Awards in Berlin on 27 August 2016. (People fishing in Kuala Lumpur by Khairel Anuar)