30 Inspiring Photos From One Eyeland 2020 Awards

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year – Gold

One Eyeland Awards is delighted to unveil its winners for 2020. Adjudged by a jury of 25 eminent artists, the awards this year received over 3100 images from 51 countries. In all, our choosy judges decided to give out 30 Camera Trophies, 42 Golds, 134 Silvers, 231 Bronzes and 219 Finalists.

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Danny Eastwood, Photographer of the Year – Silver

Derek Mccoy, Photographer of the Year – Bronze

Judith Kuhn, Amateur Photographer of the Year – Gold

Danny Eastwood, Photographer of the Year Australia – Gold

Mathias Kniepeiss, Photographer of the Year Austia – Gold

Cheuk Lun Lo, Photographer of the Year China – Gold

Pavel Hejny, Photographer of the Year Czech Republic – Gold

Mortek Rygaard, Photographer of the Year Denmark – Gold

Kevin Krautgartner, Photographer of the Year Germany – Gold

Kenneth Lam, Photographer of the Year Hongkong – Gold

Ryotaro Horiuchi, Photographer of the Year Japan – Gold

Stephan Romer, Photographer of the Year Newzealand – Gold

Tomasz Gudzowaty, Photographer of the Year Poland – Gold

Alexander Vershinin, Photographer of the Year Russia – Gold

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year Singapore – Gold

Jorge Alvarino, Photographer of the Year Spain – Gold

Charit Pusiri, Photographer of the Year Thailand – Gold

Jonathan Knowles, Photographer of the Year United Kingdom – Gold

Derek Mccoy, Photographer of the Year United States – Gold

Danny Eastwood, Photographer of the Year Advertising – Gold

Tomasz Gudzowaty, Photographer of the Year Editorial – Gold

Derek Mccoy, Photographer of the Year Editorial – Gold

Alexander Vershinin, Photographer of the Year FineArt – Gold

Ivan Duran, Photographer of the Year FineArt – Gold

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year Nature – Gold

Nancy Flammea, Photographer of the Year People – Gold

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year People – Gold

Craig Bill, Photographer of the Year Special – Gold

Steve Turner, Photographer of the Year Sports – Gold

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