iPhone Podcast Contest Winners
Amazing work presented from near and far
We asked listeners to our new iPhone Photo Show podcast to submit their best work to us for our initial January photo contest, and the results are just spectacular. What’s possible with just an iPhone camera? The old limits no longer need apply.
Overall, we received over 100 entries to our Flipboard magazine, the home for the contest, from all over the world, and most of them were frankly award winners. My co-host Scott Bourne and I both agreed this sunrise from Norway was our favorite, for the composition and reflections. It’s by Torbjorn Hostmark Borge.
We selected two in a tie and both for showcasing cool features of the iPhone camera and software. First, from PJ Hayden, this macro shot of a horse’s eye. If you’re willing to get this close to a horse with your iPhone 13, you deserve an award, period. We also liked this long-flowing waterfall from Boothbay, Maine by A McClanahan for using the Live Photos Long Exposure trick, which does such a wonderful job with water photography.
We also loved this classic floral study of a purple tulip by Cinu Paul Stephen, who did such a nice job with lighting and composition. And Dan Sussman has this cutie. How can you not love the pup sticking his head into the wall opening, and Dan being savvy enough to get the shot at the right moment?
Finally, this morning dew from Oceanside, California from a guy named Steve. Folks! Please tell us your full names for next time.
See the rest of the amazing photos on our Flipboard iPhone Photo Show magazine.
The February contest is ongoing, and we’ll be announcing winners in March.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS
Just e-mail us email@example.com and ask for an invite. We forward it right to you. Sign up for Flipboard, if you haven’t already (it’s free) and then upload. Don’t forget you’ll need to submit your photos on an iOS device. Here’s more on how to do it, straight from the source:
We can’t wait to see your amazing creations!
—Jeff and Scott