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.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. Since the contest was moved to EyeEm the submission quality has greatly improved. If you’re still on the fence about joining the contests on EyeEm you should definitely give it a try! With that said, here are my favorite photos from this week’s photo contest.
I recently had a chance to talk to Patrick O’Neill, the founder and CEO of olloclip. Patrick was recently named the entrepreneur of the year by the Entrepreneur magazine, and the growth of his company has been truly phenomenal. In this interview you’re going to find out how Patrick started olloclip and where mobile photography is headed in the future.
Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest! Unfortunately there was a delay in publishing the winners due to my crazy travel schedule, but that doesn’t make this week’s winners any less inspiring. Since the contest was moved to EyeEm the submission quality has further improved, so if you’re on the fence about joining the contests on EyeEm you should definitely give it a try! With that said, here are the winners of this week’s contest.
I’m really happy to share an interview with professional photographer, iPhone photographer and photography teacher Mark Hemmings. Mark is an excellent photographer who creates amazing images in a variety of different genres, with a particular focus on travel and street photography. In this interview you’re going to find out more about Mark and his excellent iPhone photos.
Thank you all for participating in this week’s contest! This week was the first time the contest was organized on EyeEm and despite changing the platform the contest was a huge success. I’m particularly excited for all the non-square images that are featured this week, which hardly ever happened when the contest was hosted on Instagram. Enjoy!