Photos from the winners of the 8th yearly iPhone Photography Awards have been published on the IPPA website, mading available an appearance at a few of the very best images caught with an iPhone throughout the previous year.


As in previous years, the photos include a range of various subjects, from people to landscapes to animals. This year’s very first place photo, by Michal Koralewski from Poland, portrays a man playing standard Polish tunes on an accordion.
The 2nd location picture is a remarkably clear photo of a bird in flight, while the 3rd location winner showcases a couple on a train. According to the contest, all photos were taken with an iPhone, and picture editing with apps like Instagram and VSCO was permitted.

In addition to the top 3 winners, IPPA likewise chooses winning photographs from a number of various categories, consisting of animals, architecture, kids, flowers, food, landscapes, nature, panorama, and more. The image below, taken in Cairo, took the leading slot in the “Travel” classification.

Apple’s iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5 continue to rank as the three most popular cams on image sharing site Flickr, which is not a surprise given the quality of the images that can be recorded with the phones. Apple constantly improves the photo quality in its iPhones, and rumors have recommended that the upcoming iPhone 6s might include the most significant camera jump yet.

Photos from all of the winners of the 2015 iPhone Photography Awards can be found on the IPPA website. The site is also now accepting entries for the 2016 awards.

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