​Just two days after winning a $25,000 Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts, Suzy Lake of Toronto is up for another prestigious prize.

Lake is one of three finalists for this year's $50,000 Scotiabank Photography Award.

Pascal Grandmaison. Fake Imagery of a World Upside Down, 2009.

Montreal's Pascal Grandmaison, who created this 2009 piece entitled Fake Imagery of a World Upside Down, is also a finalist. (Pascal Grandmaison)

The other finalists are Pascal Grandmaison of Montreal and Jayce Salloum of Vancouver.

Founded in 2010, the honour is billed as Canada's largest peer-nominated, peer-reviewed photography award.

It honours a mid- to later-career artist.

The winner — chosen by jury members Robert Bean, Catherine Bedard and Robert Enright — will be announced May 3.

Jayce Salloum. Site's End, 1992.

Vancouver photographer Jayce Salloum, behind this 1992 image entitled at the end of the 'Nation state,' rounds out the finalists. (Jayce Salloum)