Winners Announced for 13th Annual iPhone Photography Awards

The winners of the 13th annual iPhone Photography Awards have been announced today, following submissions from thousands of photographers from around the world.

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Grand Prize Winner "Flying Boys" by Dimpy Bhalotia

Dozens of photographs taken via iPhone were chosen as winners, with the grand prize going to street photographer Dimpy Bhalotia from the United Kingdom, for her photo called "Flying Boys."

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"Tower 11" shot on ‌iPhone‌ X by Bill Marson

Follow-up winners include Artyom Baryshau from Belarus with "No Walls," Geli Zhao from China for an untitled image; and Saif Hussain of Iraq with "Sheikh Of Youth."

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"The Empty Quarter" shot on ‌iPhone‌ X by Ana Aiko

In total, the ‌iPhone‌ Photography Awards gave out awards to photographers from Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Canada, China, Colombia, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

You can view the full collection of winners on the iPhone Photography Awards website.

Top Rated Comments

citysnaps Avatar
49 months ago

is it wrong for me to assume that these are edited photos?
Not at all. Most worthy photographs are.

Here's one by Richard Avedon, showing his edit instructions that his print maker followed.



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LiE_ Avatar
49 months ago
I like Flying Boys and The Empty Quarter, not that keen on Tower 11 - it looks like most photos at the beach during sunset.
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cupcakes2000 Avatar
49 months ago

is it wrong for me to assume that these are edited photos?
Why would it be wrong, why would you assume and what difference would it make anyway?


The photos are pretty average, I would say straight off camera.. if these won, the entries must have been pretty average..
Art is completely subjective, but I think the winner has a pretty decent photograph there. I would have preferred the people to have been spaced out rather than overlapping, but that’s just my thought if I took the picture. Far and away from average anyway.
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blacktape242 Avatar
49 months ago
umm thats Sluki needs some food....
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Marli Avatar
49 months ago
The photos are pretty average, I would say straight off camera.. if these won, the entries must have been pretty average..
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sundog925 Avatar
49 months ago
is that a malnourished dog?
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