30 Incredible iPhone Photos Taken In The Home

Thank you all for participating in our weekly iPhone photography contest. This week the contest theme was home, and any photos that were taken within the home could be submitted. I really loved the submissions this week. The standard of photography was fantastic, with so many creative images taken of everyday objects around the home. Well done everyone! Here are my personal favorites this week.

iPhone Photos at Home 12

@gericentonze

iPhone Photos at Home 1

@agatesas

iPhone Photos at Home 2

@anthony_medina

iPhone Photos at Home 3

@carenzo96

iPhone Photos at Home 4

@carlon_r

iPhone Photos at Home 5

@carlthedreamer

iPhone Photos at Home 6

@chmel

iPhone Photos at Home 7

@darom77

iPhone Photos at Home 8

@DaveRothschild8

iPhone Photos at Home 9

@FariDiMaria

iPhone Photos at Home 10

@fmcginley8

iPhone Photos at Home 11

@Gal0611

iPhone Photos at Home 13

@gowrimalapaka

iPhone Photos at Home 14

@hannaongking

iPhone Photos at Home 15

@jeremyss

iPhone Photos at Home 16

@jrac91

iPhone Photos at Home 17

@karinlouisetaylor

iPhone Photos at Home 18

@keithharten

iPhone Photos at Home 19

@Martensitak

iPhone Photos at Home 20

@marymca

iPhone Photos at Home 21

@mohdhasnol

iPhone Photos at Home 22

@noragriffin779

iPhone Photos at Home 23

@pennijames

iPhone Photos at Home 24

@savadmona

iPhone Photos at Home 25

@Si_by_Design

iPhone Photos at Home 26

@sonomaliz

iPhone Photos at Home 27

@tarikdalagija

iPhone Photos at Home 28

@vollygda

iPhone Photos at Home 29

@watermelonsinthesky

iPhone Photos at Home 30

@yarmenitis

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

How to Enter the Next Photo Contest

Last week we featured a tutorial covering 10 exposure tips for taking better iPhone photos. The article featured tips on how to get the best exposure in different shooting situations, such as setting separate focus and exposure points, exposing for skin tone in portrait photos, creating silhouettes, or exposing for highlights to avoid washed out areas in an image.

Exposure is simply the amount of light your camera captures when taking a photograph, and it determines how light or dark the resulting image will appear. If you experiment with setting the exposure point on different parts of the scene (by tapping different areas on the iPhone screen) you’ll be amazed at the different exposures you get.

Getting exposure right at the time of capture makes all the difference to your iPhone photos, and it’s important to create an exposure that works for the subject or scene you are shooting.

Good Exposure iPhone Photos

So the new contest theme is exposure, and any photos that demonstrate good exposure can be submitted.

To participate, simply tag your photos using IPSExposure tag on EyeEm. You can tag photos in the description field when you upload them, or when you edit the description of a photo that has already been uploaded (tap the three dots icon to edit a photo).

All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Please upload photos to EyeEm in full resolution and without any watermarks to make sure I can feature them on the website. Please do not submit more than 10 photos each week.

The submission deadline is Sunday, August 31.