Winners of the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020 Competition

The winners of the inaugural Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020 competition have been announced. The competition saw 7,000 entries come in from 117 different countries, and the judges have been working hard to figure out who will take the grand prize.

This year’s Overall Winner is Florian Ledoux with his image Above the Crabeater Seals. The image features an aerial view of a group of crabeater seals resting after a nighttime feed.
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The judges also deliberated over our other category winners and highly commended images. Taking the winning position of the Landscape category was Marek Biegalski with a rural scene taken in Italy.
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Named the Nature TTL Young Photographer of the Year 2020, 15-year-old Indian photographer Saptarshi Gayen won the Under 16 category. His image of a drongo hunting for insects amongst field fires stood out.
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Highly Commended, Wildlife Category:
Terje Kolaas
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Thousands of you voted for the winner of the People’s Choice Award and chose Robert Ferguson’s image as your favourite.
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Winners of the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020 Competition
more at nature ttl

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Competition Winning Images

The following images were entered into our ‘Image Of The Month’ Competition recently, and awarded ‘Gold’ by a panel of highly respected Judges.

by Morgan Wallace
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by Chris Chambers
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by Lynne Harper
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by Gary Neville
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by Owen Clements
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Competition Winning Images
more at The Guild of Photographers

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Architectural Photography

Winners and finalists from the Architectural Photography Competition

Закоулки памяти
Полковая церковь жёлтых кирасир, Царское село, Ленинградская область (внутрикамерная мультиэкспозиция)
by Ольга Александрова
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The Canadian Museum of History
The Canadian Museum of History is Canada’s national museum of human history, and located in the Hull area of Gatineau, Quebec
by Leka Huie
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Геометрия архитектуры
by Oleg Patrin
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Сергей Зысько
Мост Миру
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Antarien
SPB
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Winners and finalists from the Architectural Photography Competition
more at 35awards

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Celebrating close-up, macro & micro photography

Close-up Photographer of the Year (CUPOTY) is a celebration of close-up, macro and micro photography – an annual competition created to showcase images that help us see the world anew.
But its scope is far greater than that.
Its ultimate aim is to encourage you to slow down, enjoy the craft of photography, and to make connections with others who are equally passionate about the world up close.

Henri Koskinen | Seeds on Stage
Plants & Fungi Winner
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Emanuele Biggi | Namib’s Gaze
Close-up Photographer of the Year
Overall winner & Animals winner
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Hal Gage | Starburst Mud
Intimate Landscape Winner
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Marek Miś | Sugar and Salt Mixture Crystals
Micro Winner
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Celebrating close-up, macro & micro photography
more at cupoty

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Night Landscapes

35awards — a major international award created in 2015 by the creators of the professional photo community 35photo.pro. In the first year, 36 thousand people from 110 countries took part in it. In 2016, more than 76 thousand. Every year count of participants increases. In 2017, more than 103 thousand people from 160 countries took part in the competition. More than 257 thousand photos were submitted for the competition.

Rok Stirn
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Hernando Alonso Rivera Cervantes
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John Vermette
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Hugo Valle Perez
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Trashin Alexander
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Night Landscapes | Best Photos in Nomination
more at 35awards

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