After examining thousands of images captured with iPhones by photographers (and aspiring photographers) in more than 140 countries around the world, the judges announced the winners of the 13th edition of the iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS 2020) – and, as always, the photos are spectacular!
Although the iPhones’ cameras have developed a lot, it is still surprising to see some of the photos captured by the Apple smartphone – of course, without leaving aside the expertise of those who are holding the device. As always, the contest winners used a variety of models, from iPhone 4 to 11 Pro Max.
The winner of the Grand Prize and Photographer of the Year this year was the English Dimpy Bhalotia, who used an iPhone X to capture his image, entitled “Flying Boys”, in Banaras (India).
The first three places of the Photographer of the Year award were occupied by Artyom Baryshau (Belarus), with photography “No Walls”; Geli Zhao (China), for an untitled image of sheets taking the wind on a cloudy day; and Saif Hussain (Iraq), with the image “Sheikh of Youth”.
In addition, among the winners of the remaining IPPAWARDS categories are two Brazilian women: Veronica Yoo, which came in second place in the “Summary” category, and Renata Dangelo, which also took second place in the “Portrait” category.
Check out all the winning photographers on the IPPAWARDS page. If you want to participate in the next contest, please note that registration is now open. ?
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