16th Annual iPhone Photography Awards
The winners will be announced on Monday 31st, 9:00 am EST.
“With images that appreciate the sublime and the beautiful, this year’s winning photographers share a strength of spirit in the face of our unnerving world. Congratulations to all the winners and your awareness in the moment that life is happening.”
Whitney Van Nes,
The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) is proud to announce the winners of our 15th annual competition. Chosen from thousands of submissions from all over the world, many of this year’s winning shots depict beauty rising out of isolation and honor photography’s ability to build bridges across lost connections.
We especially congratulate this year’s Grand Prize Winner, Antonio Denti of Italy, who receives the Photographer of the Year Award for his image, The Kid of Mosul, a moment of tenderness in the dusty rubble of war.
The First Place Photographer of the Year Award goes to Rachel Sela of Sweden for her image, Anti-Social Distancing, which turns masking up into an act of theater.
The Second Place prize is for Kelley Dallas of United States and her image Girl with the Violin. And the Third Place Photographer of the Year Award goes to Glenn Homann of Australia for his photo, Wasted.
Top-three winners in an additional 16 categories were awarded to photographers from almost every corner of the world, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, San Marino, Poland, United Kingdom, United States.
Congratulations to all the winners and their captivated moments, always thought-provoking.
IPPAWARDS has been instrumental in launching the careers of some of the best iPhone photographers worldwide. Since the inception of the awards in 2007, the winning photographer’s have gained worldwide exposure, and have been celebrated and acknowledged by the most respected media outlets around the world. Among them are Washington Post, Fortune, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Time, Mashable, USA Today, Mashable, PetaPixel, iMore, Appleinsider, 9to5mac, The Loop, Digital Trends, Sina, ten Min Gong She, Guohe Group, Fotomen, Weibusi, Dgtle, The Sun, Vogue, Bild, La Stampa, GQ, Corriere della Sera, MacWorld, Indian Express, Daily News, Popebee, Apple Daily Taiwan, Engadget, The Edit, Korea Business News, Afisha, Reforma, Robb Report.
© 2023 Yitao Y. – IPPAWARDS – Shot on iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS)™ is the first and the longest running iPhone photography competition since 2007. IPPAWARDS has been celebrating the creativity of the iPhone users since the first iPhone has inspired, excited and engaged the users worldwide. Since then every year, IPPAWARDS has selected the best shots among thousands of images submitted by iPhone photographers from 140+ countries around the world. Winners are selected by the jury members in several steps and The Photographers of the Year and the category winners prizes awarded.