30 Amazing iPhone Photos Of Buildings & Architecture

Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. The contest theme this week was Buildings, and any photos of buildings or architecture could be submitted. We had 299 wonderful photo submissions, and as always it was difficult to pick just a few winners. But here are my personal favorites this week.

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@gericentonze

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@acamachoe

iPhone Photo Buildings 1

@adrianwerner

iPhone Photo Buildings 2

@allophile

iPhone Photo Buildings 3

@bensearson

iPhone Photo Buildings 4

@bobheerooms

iPhone Photo Buildings 5

@carenzo96

iPhone Photo Buildings 6

@carlon_r

iPhone Photo Buildings 7

@darom77

iPhone Photo Buildings 8

@Desmondwang

iPhone Photo Buildings 9

@emreyorhan

iPhone Photo Buildings 10

@ericlbarnes

iPhone Photo Buildings 11

@fmcginley8

iPhone Photo Buildings 12

@Gal0611

iPhone Photo Buildings 14

@hanakai2001

iPhone Photo Buildings 15

@jeremyss

iPhone Photo Buildings 16

@karinlouisetaylor

iPhone Photo Buildings 17

@kecajj

iPhone Photo Buildings 19

@magnus___p

iPhone Photo Buildings 20

@marco_tiberio

iPhone Photo Buildings 21

@mayberrygirl1999

iPhone Photo Buildings 22

@nestorcolon7927

iPhone Photo Buildings 23

@parasolka

iPhone Photo Buildings 24

@pennijames

iPhone Photo Buildings 25

@rakeshbramha

iPhone Photo Buildings 26

@simirani

iPhone Photo Buildings 27

@stuguest

iPhone Photo Buildings 28

@szymonslipko

iPhone Photo Buildings 29

@tom3cki

iPhone Photo Buildings 30

@vollygda

Which one of these photos is your favorite? Please let everyone know in the comments!

How to Enter the Next Photo Contest

Last week we featured a tutorial showing you how to create double exposure images with your iPhone. Double exposure photography is the process of using an app such as Union to superimpose and blend two different photos into a single image.

The tutorial showed you how to create unique double exposure portrait photos by combing headshots of people with other images such as trees or landscapes.

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However, double exposure photography isn’t limited to portrait photos. You can combine any two images together for an interesting artistic or abstract effect. In fact you can even combine more than two photos together.

The image below is a blend of three different photos: a dandelion, some green leaves, and a frosty window which gives the image its interesting texture.

Best iPhone Editing Apps 8

So the new contest theme is “Multiple Exposure” and any iPhone photos that blend two or more images together can be submitted.

To participate, simply tag your photos using IPSMultiple tag on EyeEm. You can tag photos in the description field when you upload them, or when you edit the description of a photo that has already been uploaded (tap the three dots icon to edit a photo).

All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Please upload photos to EyeEm in full resolution and without any watermarks to make sure I can feature them on the website. Please do not submit more than 10 photos each week.

The submission deadline is Sunday, December 7.

  • SimraN NanwanI

    Thank you so much for the feature :).. Congrats everyone.. Great images 🙂

  • Feels shady to not have the pictures linked to the originals.

    • Emre Orhan

      just look up the names right under the pictures..

    • Delight is in the details.

  • Great images … thank you.

  • Christy Mayberry

    Such a nice surprise to see my photo here. Thank you!

  • Emre Orhan

    nice collection, happy to see mine.

  • Wow Kate – thank you for including my image. I loved this old dilapidated shack!