Thank you for all of the stunning images submitted to our weekly iPhone photography contest. This week’s theme was “White” and we had a fantastic selection of entries that capture beautiful white subjects or use large amounts of white negative space to create wonderful minimalist images. With so many amazing submissions I had to leave many great photos out of my selection, but here are the 30 winning iPhone photos with a white color scheme.
Which one of these photos is your favorite? Please let everyone know in the comments below!
How to Enter the Next Photo Contest
Last week we published a tutorial covering 10 Easy Ways To Create Incredible Abstract iPhone Photos.
Abstract photography allows you to get really creative with your iPhone photos.
Remigijus Stirbys – iPhone Photo Masters Student
By concentrating on key elements of the subject, such as shapes, lines, patterns, textures, colors and shadows, you can create unique images from ordinary subjects.
Jorg Siebler – iPhone Photo Masters Student
You can also create interesting abstracts using reflections, negative space, or by blurring and distorting your subject using slow shutter apps or other creative techniques.
Maria Cristina Gonzalez – iPhone Photo Masters Student
Finally, you can use editing apps to enhance or create amazing abstract iPhone photos.
Evelyne Sieber – iPhone Photo Masters Student
So the new contest theme is Abstract, and any iPhone photos with an abstract quality can be submitted.
As of this week, we’re no longer using EyeEm to host the contest. Instead, we have a brand new contest platform here at iPhone Photography School where you can easily upload the photos you want to enter.
To participate, go to contest.iphonephotographyschool.com in your web browser and sign up by entering your name and email address.
When you’ve signed in, tap Submit Photos then select the photo you want to upload.
Repeat to upload more photos (you can submit up to 10 images). If you change your mind, you can delete a photo by tapping Delete beneath the image.
All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Images should not have watermarks.
The submission deadline is Monday, March 28. Winners will be announced on Tuesday, March 29, and the winning images will also be featured on our iPhone Photography School Facebook page.