The theme of this week’s iPhone photography contest was “close up” and any photos taken from a closer than usual distance could be submitted. As always, there were many really great submissions and some deserving photos had to be left out. Here are my favorites this week.
In case you’re wondering how to take extremely close photos with the iPhone (like the insect photos above), you need to use a macro photography add-on lens.
With a macro lens, you can capture incredible iPhone macro photos of insects and flowers.
Which one of these photos is your favorite? Please let everyone know in the comments.
The New Contest – Pixol Edition
This week we have a very special contest because the 30 winning photos will be featured in Pixol Instagram puzzle app. The author of each photo will get full credit inside the app, and people can like your photo and start following you on Instagram right inside the game.
There are just two guidelines that you need to follow this week:
- There should be no large uniform areas in the photo (such as large blue sky)
- The photos must be in square format
These guidelines are important so that your photos can be used inside the app. Otherwise feel free to submit your favorites so that you have the best chance of getting featured.
To participate tag your best iPhone photos using #IPSPixol hashtag on Instagram.
Your Instagram has to be public or I won’t see your photos. It’s OK to submit old photos as well as new ones, but please do not submit more than 10 photos. All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. I will not feature photos with watermarks.