Who says you need an overly-expensive camera to be able to capture high quality photos?
The first and longest running iPhone photography competition that was founded in 2007 by Apple,inc. itself, iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) has announced the winners for this year’s competition.
IPPAWARDS has been celebrating the artistry of iPhone photographers since the iPhone first began to engage users worldwide. IPPAWARDS selects the very best shots among thousands of images submitted by iPhone photographers from more than 130 countries around the world.There were 19 categories in the 9th annual IPPAWARDS. iPhone Photographers represented countries all around the world including Australia, Brazil, China, Chile, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The Grand Prize Winner Photographer of the Year Award winner receives an iPad Pro. The First, Second and Third Place Photographer of the Year Award winners will each receive an Apple Watch Sport. The first place winner in each category will be awarded a Gold Bar and the Second and Third place winners will each get a Palladium Bar from the most recognizable private gold mint in the world.
Siyuan Niu From Xinjiang, China, Grand Prize Winner
Andrew Montgomery From Hampton Wick, United Kingdom, 1st Place, Food
Elaine Taylor From United Kingdom, 1st Place, Portrait
Erica Wu From San Francisco Ca, United States, 1st Place, Animals
Fugen Xiao From Guangdong, China, 1st Place, Travel
Jian Wang From Beijing, China, 1st Place, Architecture
Junfeng Wang From China, 1st Place, Nature
K.k From Changsha, China, 1st Place, Children
Junfeng Wang From Shanghai, China, 1st Place, Nature
Lone Bjorn From Zurich, Switzerland, 1st Place, Flowers
Nick Ryan From Sydney, Australia, 1st Place, Sunset
Victor Kintanar From Cebu City, Philippines, 1st Place, Trees
Wen Qi From Guangdong, China, 1st Place, Still Life
Yuki Cheung From Hong Kong, 1st Place, Lifestyle
Xia Zhenkai From Guangdong, China, 1st Place, People
Patryk Kuleta From Warsaw, Poland, 1st Place, Photographer Of The Year
Philippines’ Gigantic Hammock Suspended Way Above A Rainforest Will Leave You Astounded
This giant hammock lying above Philippines’ rainforest is taking everyone’s breath away in all the right ways!
Who doesn't find hammocks comforting?
Before we could all ever walk, hammocks were basically our homes. We spent our sleeping days cradled in them after we were lulled to sleep. Even up to this day, we spend time lying in them to bring back those feelings of ease and have relaxation be it outside our homes or in, even at some beaches and vacation spots. But have you ever seen a gigantic hammock fit for a group? Or better yet, how would you feel about an enormous hammock dangling above a rainforest?
There is one tourist attraction in the Philippines where one could experience lying above a tropical forest....
2016 International Drone Photography Contest Announced Amazing Shots of the Winners
Amazing drone shots of the International Drone Photography Contest winners.
The third annual International Drone Photography Contest of Dronestagram announced its winners for this year.
Drone photography, from what started out as a novelty, has made its breakthrough as a professional and serious practice by photographers.
To celebrate lovers of this type of photography, Dronestagram made a page to showcase magnificent aerial shots that are truly eye-catching....
In Bolivia, People Commute Through The Sky
Traffic getting you down? Zip through the air in a gondola…
Imagine having to live in a mountainous region where vehicles labor through the torturous zigzag climb up steep roads, then back again. Picture bumper to bumper traffic.
Every. Single. Day.
Residents of La Paz, Bolivia, particularly those living in the El Alto mountaintop city, have reason to rejoice. They now have the world's largest cable car system to help them navigate the endless rush hour traffic in this region where 2 million people live....
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