The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) — the primary and longest-running iPhone images competitors — has introduced the winners of the 14th annual worldwide competitors. The photographs present the unbelievable work that may be captured with simply an iPhone and a mind for the extraordinary.
The competitors welcomes all photographs which have been taken with any iPhone or iPad, and whereas using any iPhone or iPad app is permissible for modifying (and using add-on lenses can also be allowed), photographs can’t be altered in Photoshop or any desktop picture processing program. This 12 months, the 2021 IPPAWARDS went via hundreds of submissions from photographers from everywhere in the world in 18 classes.
Every entrant was competing for the title of iPhone Photographer of the 12 months in addition to one in all 18 literal gold and 36 platinum bars from “essentially the most recognizable personal gold mint on the planet.” The 18 gold bars are awarded to the winners of every class, whereas the second and third place winners in every class are awarded a platinum bar. The work of the highest winner and the primary, second, third place winners on every class can be publicized on IPPAWARDS on-line gallery and any printed IPPAWARDS supplies.
This 12 months, the Grand Prize Winner and Photographer of the Yr Award was granted to photojournalist Istvan Kerekes of Hungary for his picture,
“In it, two rugged shepherds traverse an equally rugged industrial panorama, bearing a pair of lambs of their arms,” the IPPAWARDS describes. “The grit of the lads and the bleakness of their setting are a shifting distinction to the hope and innocence of the lambs of their care.”
First Place Photographer of the Yr Award goes to Sharan Shetty of India for his picture, Bonding. The Second Place prize is for Dan Liu of China and his untitled picture of an astronaut traversing a desolate Martian-esque panorama, and the Third Place Photographer of the Yr Award goes to Jeff Rayner of america for his photograph, Facet-Strolling on Air, a portrait of a younger lady aloft and weightless in a pool
of sunshine on her Los Angeles sidewalk.
Under are the opposite extra winners from the remaining 17 classes:
The three photographs beneath have been photographed by Erin Brooks on an iPhone 11 Professional and are titled “Sisterhood,” “Mermaid,” and “After the Bounce.”
All the winners, together with the second and third-place finishers in addition to the honorable mentions for every of the classes above, can be found to view on the IPPAWARDS website.
Picture credit: All photographs individually credited and supplied courtesy of the 2021 Worldwide iPhone Pictures Awards.