Apple announced the results of its own mobile photography contest. In the period from January 22 to February 7, each owner of the "Apple" smartphone could take part in the activity by posting a photo on the social network with the hashtag #ShotOniPhone or directly sending pictures to the Corporation's e-mail. How many works were submitted-is not reported, but in the end the company chose the top 10 photos.
Robert Glazer (Germany), iPhone 7
Alex Jiang (USA), iPhone XS Max
Bernard Antonin (USA), iPhone XS Max
Blake Marvin (USA), iPhone XS Max
Darren So (Singapore), iPhone XS Max
Andrew Griswold (USA), iPhone XS
Dina Alfasi (Israel), iPhone X
Elizabeth Scarrott (USA), iPhone 8 Plus
Liadi, Darmawan (USA), iPhone XS
Nikita Yarosh (Belarus), iPhone 7
Most of the winners came from the USA and took pictures on the latest iPhone XS or iPhone XS Plus. But there are among the nominees and the owners of older models, including the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 7. Under the terms of the promotion, the winners ' photos will be used by Apple for advertising purposes within the Shot on iPhone project. Photos will be placed on billboards, in company stores, and on the Internet.
"iPhone owners from all over the world shared their best photos for the Shot on iPhone Challenge, capturing great moments with the world's most popular camera. 10 selected winners will be shown on billboards in selected cities, Apple retail stores and online. Pictures of the winners were taken on different models, from iPhone XS Max to iPhone 7, demonstrating the high quality of the cameras in the entire line," — said on the Apple website.
Initially, the Corporation said that the winners will not receive any cash prize, but later it changed its decision, promising an appropriate reward for the work. All images are available in full resolution with the judges ' comments on the company's website.
A few weeks ago, the winners of the annual mobile photography contest Mobile Photography Awards were also named.