Now in it’s 9th year, the annual iPhone Photography Awards offers the opportunity for amateur and professional photographers to put their smartphone prowess to the test and send in their best snaps for a chance of acclaim.
The only stipulations? That all photos must be taken with an iPhone, iPod or iPad, and that none of the images are altered using desktop software. In keeping with spirit of the competition though, iOS apps are obviously allowed.
The winning results are genuinely brilliant. Let it never be said that your iPhone isn’t a real camera.
MICHAL KORALEWSKI – 1ST PLACE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
BEN SCHULER – 1ST PLACE – ABSTRACT
SEPHI BERGERSON – 1ST PLACE – ANIMALS
CHRISTIAN FRANK – 1ST PLACE – ARCHITECTURE
JEREMY KERN, 1ST PLACE – CHILDREN
AMY PATERSON – 1ST PLACE – FLOWERS
XU LIN – 1ST PLACE – FOOD
CHRIS BELCINA – 1ST PLACE – LANDSCAPE
DAVID CRAIK – 2ND PLACE – PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
YVONNE LU – 3RD PLACE – PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
FABIO ALVAREZ – 1ST PLACE – LIFESTYLE
YVONNE NAUGHTON – 1ST PLACE – NATURE
JESSE ALKIRE – 1ST PLACE – NEWS/EVENTS
JOSE LUIS SAEZ MARTINEZ – 1ST PLACE – OTHERS
ANDRE MALERBA – 1ST PLACE – PANORAMA
SONG HAN – 1ST PLACE – PEOPLE
DANIELE COLOMBERA – 1T PLACE – PORTRAIT
HEATHER GOSS – 1ST PLACE – SEASONS
ROBERT RADESI – 1ST PLACE – SUNSET
AHMED SOLIMANI – 1ST PLACE – TRAVEL