Apple has crowned the winners of its ‘Shot on iPhone Challenge’, with winners capturing everything from vast natural landscapes to cityscape reflections. Ten winners in total have been chosen, with shots coming from a range of models, from iPhone XS Max to iPhone 7.
The ten winners of the ‘Shot on iPhone Challenge’ came from various countries including Singapore, Germany, Belarus, Israel and the US, and captured colourful city scenery, curious animals, creative reflections, portraits and landscapes.
Standouts include Alex Jiang’s iPhone Xs Max shot of a colour-clad high rise set against an equally bright basketball court, while our favourite was taken by Elizabeth Scarrott. Shot on her iPhone 8 Plus, the image is a portrait of a child set against an expansive and immersive landscape, exploring natural wonder and beauty.
On Scarrott’s image, the international panel of judges including Pete Souza, Austin Mann, Annet de Graaf, Luísa Dörr, Chen Man, Phil Schiller, Kaiann Drance, Brooks Kraft, Sebastien Marineau-Mes, Jon McCormack and Arem Duplessis commented; “Great composition that shows both the personality of the child and the experience in the surroundings.”
Take a look at the rest of the winning images from the Shot on iPhone Challenge below and check out the judge’s comments over at the Apple Website.
Blake Marvin (US)
Darren Soh (Singapore)
Nikita Yarosh (Belarus)
Dina Alfasi (Israel)
Andrew Griswold (US)
Bernard Antolin (US)
Lie Adi Darmawan (US)
Robert Glaser (Germany)
Earlier this month, the winner of International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition was announced as Canadian Adam Gibbs for his striking photos of woodland scenes across Vancouver. Check out all the winners here.