Thank you all for participating in our iPhone photography contest this week. This week there were so many great submissions that I once again had a hard time choosing the winners. In fact, I decided to make yet another exception and feature a total of 30 wonderful iPhone silhouette photos. Without further ado, here are my personal favorites this week.
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Which of these photos are your favorites? Please let me know in the comments.
Next week we’re going back to basics. At a very fundamental level, photography is all about light, and many photographers say that in order to become really good at photography you must become a student and an observer of light. And that’s exactly what we’ll be doing this week.
The new contest theme is light, and the new contest tag is #IPSLight. Feel free to submit any photo that has interesting or unusual light patterns, shadows, or anything else where light plays a significant role in the photo.
To participate simply tag your best light photos using #IPSLight tag on Instagram. Your Instagram must be public or I won’t be able to see your photos. It’s OK to submit old photos as well as new ones, but please only submit your best work. All photos must be shot and edited on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. No DSLR photos please.
The winners will be featured on this blog and on my Instagram account on Monday, July 29.
Alejandro Castro says
Terrific photo selection. All of them excelents.
I missed the call probably due to mis-reading. I thought and/or assume the contest was just for photos taken on the week. I will be on for LIGHT.
My favorite on the iPhone silhouette contest is @sircharlesdave but I have to recognize that all of them in the selection are pretty good so, congrats to everyone.
Emil Pakarklis says
Yes, you can submit old photos too. I’m looking forward to seeing your photos!
Beautiful pics…i want to know whether in the next contest “light” means only natural light like sunlight, moonlight etc. or it can be actual lightings also?
Emil Pakarklis says
Any interesting light would be great, including artificial light.