Thank you all for participating in this week’s iPhone photography contest. Just like last week, this week I also decided to feature 15 photos since there were many submissions that I really liked. Without further ado, here are my personal favorites this week.
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Next week’s contest theme is HDR photos, and the new contest tag is #IPSHDR.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, which is a photography technique that combines several exposures of the same scene into one properly exposed image. HDR photos can be created by turning on HDR under the Options panel inside your iPhone’s camera, but for best results I recommend using a dedicated HDR app such as ProHDR. Here is a more detailed tutorial on taking HDR photos with the iPhone.
To participate simply tag your best HDR photos using #IPSHDR tag on Instagram. All you have to do is leave a comment with the tag and you’re in. It’s OK to submit old photos as well as new ones, but please only submit your best work. All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. No DSLR photos please.
The winners will be featured on this blog and on my Instagram account on Monday, July 8.