30 Incredible iPhone Photos of Movement

Thank you all for participating in our iPhone photography contest. This week the contest theme was motion, and a total of 264 great photos of movement were submitted. Without further ado, here are my personal favorites this week.

iPhone Photo Movement 04

@beelarga13

iPhone Photo Movement 01

@korshungt

iPhone Photo Movement 02

@jmyjmes

iPhone Photo Movement 03

@boucli

iPhone Photo Movement 05

@julie25

iPhone Photo Movement 06

@julie25

iPhone Photo Movement 07

@sunflowerof21

iPhone Photo Movement 08

@xyzebra7

iPhone Photo Movement 09

@igasms

iPhone Photo Movement 10

@sunflowerof21

iPhone Photo Movement 11

@sonjahuhdanpaa

iPhone Photo Movement 12

@sdruben

iPhone Photo Movement 13

@julie25

iPhone Photo Movement 14

@nauzer67

iPhone Photo Movement 15

@joshuacowie

iPhone Photo Movement 16

@_jontask

iPhone Photo Movement 17

@ecbrothers

iPhone Photo Movement 18

@to_be

iPhone Photo Movement 19

@jazzysharmi

iPhone Photo Movement 20

@ckristoffers

iPhone Photo Movement 21

@patricialarson

iPhone Photo Movement 22

@slgeebrr

iPhone Photo Movement 23

@gleh

iPhone Photo Movement 24

@veevs

iPhone Photo Movement 25

@kaiotte

iPhone Photo Movement 26

@piperbott

iPhone Photo Movement 27

@themagicofamoment

iPhone Photo Movement 28

@chelseafuentes

iPhone Photo Movement 29

@lvfrwly

iPhone Photo Movement 30

@tiangelay

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The New Contest

The new contest theme is nature and the new contest tag is #IPSNature.

To participate tag your best iPhone photos of nature using #IPSNature tag on Instagram. Your Instagram has to be public or I won’t see your photos. It’s OK to submit old photos as well as new ones, but please do not submit more than 10 photos. All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. I will not feature photos with large watermarks.

The winners will be featured on this blog and on my Instagram on Monday, October 15.

  • Alex Tyrrell

    I fail to see how anyone can take decent photographs with an iPhone. I have an iPhone 5 which took pretty decent photographs under IOS 6. Then I made the stupid mistake of upgrading to IOS 7 and every photo I take is out of focus. All I can say for IOS 7 is that it’s a good reason to switch back to a Samsung!

    • Hey Alex,

      I haven’t had any issues with focus in iOS 7, but I know some people have problems with it. Have you tried using a camera replacement app like Camera+ or ProCamera?

  • Beowulf

    The point is Emil I only use the phone for taking snapshots and candid shots of daily life as I’m out and about. If I wanted to take serious photographs I would be using my Nikon DSLR or my Olympus compact but neither of these is any use for candid life shots because as soon as people see a camera they start to pose and you lose the natural life shot. Using something like Camera+ or ProCamera simply turns your phone camera into a phone camera that’s harder to use. I think Apple should leave the door open for people to revert back to an earlier operating system if the upgrade doesn’t suit them and IOS 7 certainly doesn’t make an improvement in my opinion and in the opinion of thousands of others who are complaining about it.