Thank you for participating in our iPhone photography contest. While this is a weekly contest, unfortunately I was forced to skip one week due to extreme workload. However, that doesn’t make the photos from this contest any less spectacular, and yet again the IPS community has outdone itself and completely blown me away by the quality of their photos. Well done!
I’m really excited to share this interview with Rob DePaolo, a talented iPhone photographer with a passion is creating unique black and white photos. Rob is an experienced and knowledgable photographer who has been generously sharing his knowledge on IPS and elsewhere, which is why I’m doubly excited to publish this interesting and informative interview.
I’m really excited to share this interview with Greg Schmigel, a talented street photographer who has been described as one of the pioneers of iPhone photography (though Greg doesn’t like that description). In this interview Greg shares tips for not only taking better photos, but also learning how to see the world as a photographer.
Thank you for participating in this iPhone photography contest! Due to extreme workload with iPhone Photo Academy there was a delay in publishing this week’s results, but now that I’ve finally caught up on things there shouldn’t be any delays in the future. So here are the winners of this week’s contest, which left me totally speechless. Well done everyone!
I’m really excited to share an interview with Grace Brignolle, an incredibly talented iPhone street photographer from New York City. In this interview you’re going to learn more about Grace and how she takes incredible street photos with her iPhone.
Thanks for participating in this weekly iPhoneography contest! This week the contest theme was water, and any photos showing water from raindrops to the ocean could be submitted. In total 325 incredible iPhone photos were submitted this week, and in this post you’ll find the ones that I think deserve special attention.
I’m really excited to share this interview with Michal Koralewski, an incredibly talented iPhone photographer from Poland. I first came across Michal’s amazing work through my iPhone photography contest, where his photos constantly stood out among the other submissions. In this interview you’re going to learn more about Michal and how he creates incredible photos with his iPhone.
Thank you for participating in the weekly iPhoneography contest. This week the contest theme was minimalism, and my goal was to show you that one of the easiest ways to improve your photography is to remove unnecessary distractions form the frame. In total 275 incredible iPhone photos were submitted this week, and while it wasn’t easy to pick the winners, I think these 30 do great job at demonstrating the power of simplicity.