The annual iPhone Photography Awards have announced their winners for 2013. The yearly contest started the same year the iPhone was launched and is described as the “first and the longest running iPhone photography competition since 2007.”
iPhone photographers from 38 countries submit their photos every year and winning photos are selected by jury members. All winners have their images published online and are part of the IPPAWARDS Interactive Annual series of books on iTunes.
All images must be taken with an iPhone or iPod touch and not be altered in Photoshop or a desktop image processing program, but the use of filters from apps like Instagram, Hipstamatic, CameraBag, etc. are allowed. The top prizes this year included three iPad minis for the top three photographers.
One of the winners this year includes a Canadian, Mark Simone from Vancouver, BC, as he won first place in the Trees category with the following image:
Below are couple other winners to showcase how composition and light plays a major part in photography and not just the camera you’re using:
The 7th Annual IPPAWARDS are now accepting submissions–you can enter your photo here.