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As you probably know form our past blog articles, The International iPhone Photography Awards are actually a thing, prestigious at that, and they are now calling for entries for their 2018 competition with a deadline set for March, 2018. 

The competition is a personal source of inspiration for me, as I love the way mobile photography has become a part of our lives and, through its stealthy use, given rise to citizen journalism all over the world. 

Past entries for this competition, considering that the use of photoshop to edit the entries is forbidden, are just incredible, creative, beautiful, and tragic. It is a platform for an aspiring photographer to be noticed, win amazing awards, but enjoy the full potential of the phone through practice and discovery. 

According to the IPPWARDS website, are open worldwide to photographers using an iPhone or iPad in categories such as abstract, Animals, Architecture, Children, Floral, Landscape, Lifestyle, Nature, News and Events, Panorama, People, Portrait, Series (3 images), Still Life, Sunset, Travel, Trees, Other. 


Cost for submitting your work is as little as £3.50 for a single image.  

All winners will be announced online eight to twelve weeks after the final submission deadline. Only top winners in each categories will be notified before the official announcement. 

Entries are open worldwide to photographers using an iPhone or iPad. Photos should not be published previously anywhere. The posts on personal accounts (Facebook, Instagram etc.) are eligible. The photos should not be altered in any desktop image processing program such as Photoshop. It is OK to use any IOS apps. 

The use of any iPhone is permissible. iPhone add-on lenses can be used. In some cases, we may ask the original image to verify that it’s taken with an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The photos that cannot be verified are disqualified. 

The submissions must be in the original size or not smaller than 1000 pixels in either height or width. 


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