30 Ice-Cold Examples of iPhone Winter Photography

Thank you for participating in our weekly iPhoneography contest. This week the contest theme was cold, and any photos related to cold or that have a cold feel could be submitted. While it wasn’t easy to pick the winners, here are my personal favorites this week.

iPhone Photography Winter 30

@bponissi

iPhone Photography Winter 01

@chantelmaes

iPhone Photography Winter 02

@yankee_wiener

iPhone Photography Winter 03

@yarmenitis

iPhone Photography Winter 04

@kayypics

iPhone Photography Winter 05

@khunanchali

iPhone Photography Winter 06

@yankee_wiener

iPhone Photography Winter 07

@chantelmaes

iPhone Photography Winter 08

@makexx

iPhone Photography Winter 09

@brunoandraderj

iPhone Photography Winter 10

@jimmicantona

iPhone Photography Winter 11

@michal_koralewski

iPhone Photography Winter 12

@chantelmaes

iPhone Photography Winter 13

@kalynyeley

iPhone Photography Winter 14

@pelusey

iPhone Photography Winter 15

@igasms

iPhone Photography Winter 16

@igasms

iPhone Photography Winter 17

@michal_koralewski

iPhone Photography Winter 18

@owlypoo

iPhone Photography Winter 19

@owlypoo

iPhone Photography Winter 20

@lithium42

iPhone Photography Winter 21

@dontcme

iPhone Photography Winter 22

@dontcme

iPhone Photography Winter 23

@photonlongpre

iPhone Photography Winter 24

@sunflowerof21

iPhone Photography Winter 25

@carlon_r

iPhone Photography Winter 26

@befingers

iPhone Photography Winter 27

@djc600

iPhone Photography Winter 28

@bponissi

iPhone Photography Winter 29

@bponissi

Please consider sharing this post on social media to help me spread the word and show these amazing photos to the world. Thank you!

Which one of these photos is your favorite? Please let everyone know in the comments.

The New Contest

The new contest is about contrast, and the new contest tag is #IPSContrast. You can submit any photos that show interesting contrast, which could be either visual (the difference between highlights and shadows) or contextual (i.e. juxtaposition of contrasting elements such as nature and city or old and young).

To participate tag your photos using #IPSContrast 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 do not feature photos with watermarks.

The winners will be featured on this blog and on my Instagram on Sunday, December 15.