iPhonography Taken to the Professional Contest Level

iPhonography Taken to the Professional Contest Level

iPhone Photography Awards™ (IPPAWARDS) – the first and the longest running iPhone photography competition since 2007 when the first iPhone appeared. According to the contest rules all photos have to be taken with an iPhone or iPod and are not allowed to be edited with any programs like Photoshop, though they can be slightly adjusted with iPhone apps such as Hipstamatic or Camerabag. This year the judges had a real challenge of picking up the winners; they had to go through thousands of entries from 38 countries. The results were simply astonishing.

First place: Holly Wesley, Argyll, Scotland


Second place: Student Brolin Roney – Indian Holi (celebration of colors) festival at the Spanish Fork in Utah


Third place: Bob Weil from Newport Beach, California – The Girl in the Snowstorm in St Petersburg, Russia


First place, Animals:  Jon Resnik from Brooklyn, New York


First place, Still Life: Daniel Felipe Fonseca from Porto Salvo, Portugal


First place, Flowers: Britta Hershman from Virginia Beach, Virginia


First place, Seasons: David Rondeau from Stoneham, Massachusetts


First place, Travel: Jenny Friedman from New York City – The Sweeper, taken in Morocco


First place, People: Kim Hanskamp from Barcelona, Spain


First place, Architecture: José Luis Barcia Fernandez from Madrid, Spain


First place, Landscape: Maegan Moore from Charlottesville, Virginia


First place, Food: Massimo Calogero from Brescia, Italy


First place, Children: Yvonne Naughton of La Conner, Washington


First place, Others: Lisa Jay from Sydney, Australia

SEE ALSO: Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest: 20 Most Impressive Wildlife Photos

[Source: dailymail]

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