iPhone Photo Competition Winners VI

Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s iPhone photography contest. It’s an honor to moderate a contest with so many spectacular submissions. As always, the selection wasn’t easy and many great photos had to be left out. In no particular order, here are my favorites this week.

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Feel free to share this post on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. These photos really deserve it.

To participate next week, simply tag your best iPhone photos using #IPSContest 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. This week again there were several photos that were clearly not shot with a mobile device. I don’t understand why anyone would try to smuggle DSLR photos into an iPhone photography contest.

As promised, this week I only featured one photo from each participant. However, it took me a lot longer to keep track of everyone’s username, so I will no longer do that. I’ve also decided to get rid of the 5 photos per week limit. Many people submitted more anyway, and I cannot really prevent people from tagging as many photos as they like.

However, I want to keep the tag reasonably clean, so please only submit your very best photos. And please don’t submit your entire library at once. Thanks for understanding.

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