12 Examples of Using Reflections in iPhone Photography

Thank you very much for participating in iPhone Photography School’s reflection photo contest. I’m very happy with all 129 photos that were submitted. While I couldn’t feature them all, here are my personal favorites from this contest.

iPhone Reflection Photo 01

@dj_juliotorres

iPhone Reflection Photo 02

@julia_saga

iPhone Reflection Photo 03

@orva39

iPhone Reflection Photo 04

@alessbix

iPhone Reflection Photo 05

@joshuacowie

iPhone Reflection Photo 06

@geoiii

iPhone Reflection Photo 07

@fizrihamri

iPhone Reflection Photo 08

@ryndesign

iPhone Reflection Photo 09

@joshuacowie

iPhone Reflection Photo 10

@delinquentarts

iPhone Reflection Photo 11

@icecreamcastles

iPhone Reflection Photo 12

@gatortai

Feel free to share this post on Facebook and Twitter. I’m sure your friends will love these photos as much as I do.

I’m very happy with how this contest worked out. There were many high-quality submissions that were all related to the theme, and there were many submissions from people who hadn’t participated in IPS contests before. Starting a fresh contest every week was the right decision.

Thanks everyone for participating and good luck next week!

Next week’s theme is children, and the new contest tag is #IPSChildren.

Any photos of children, from close-up portraits to distant silhouettes, are welcome. If you don’t want to share photos of children, you can also submit anything else that relates to children or childhood, such as photos of toys, ice-cream trucks and empty playgrounds.

The winners will be featured right here on this blog on Monday, April 22. If you need any tips or inspiration, check out the article I wrote on taking stunning iPhone photos of children.

To participate simply tag your best iPhone photos of children using #IPSChildren tag on Instagram. All you have to do is leave a comment with the tag and you’re in. All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. No DSLR photos please.