“Displaced” by Jashim Salam (Bangladesh). Photographer of the Year Grand Prize. “Rohingya children watching an awareness film about health and sanitation near Tangkhali refugee camp in Ukhiya.” Shot on iPhone 7.
“Тази година снимките бяха технически впечатляващи и много лични.”
Това споделя Kenan Aktulun, основател на най-големия и престижен конкурс за фотография, заснета с iPhone – iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS). Той също така отбелязва, че независимо дали снимките са направени с iPhone5, iPhone6 или 7 Plus, това, което ги отличава е погледът на фотографа и способността му да създава красив визуален разказ.
Или както твърди един от победителите в предишно издание на конкурса:
“iPhone е като писалка. Добра или лоша, писалката няма да напише стихотворение сама. Но поетът ще го направи”.
Тази година поетите-фотографи са от над 140 държави и представят работата си в 18 категории, побрали от спиращи дъха пейзажи, през репортажни снимки, до проникновени портрети.
Големият победител Яшим Салам е от Бангладеш и спечели голямата награда “Фотограф на годината” с кадър, озаглавен “Displaced” (горе).
IPPAwards 2018: Най-красивите снимки, направени със смартфон
“Eye to Eye” by Huapeng Zhao (China). Photographer of the Year, Second Place. “I met this boy while walking at the seaside. When I was trying to take a picture of him, he put the fish he caught in front of his eye.” Shot on iPhone 6.
“Baiana in yellow and blue” by Alexandre Weber (Switzerland). Photographer of the Year, First Place. “The picture was taken in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, spontaneously, after a truck drove by. The woman with traditional clothes of a ‘baiana’, was looking after the truck, during her work break.” Shot on iPhone 6S
“Salamah” by Scott Woodward (Singapore). First Place – Portrait. “Moken village elder, Salamah, wearing his handcarved wooden dive goggles on the beach at Au Bon Yai, a tiny island community of about 300 sea gypsies off the coast of Phang Nga, Thailand.” Shot on iPhone 6S.
“‘Django’ Old man baby dog” by Robin Robertis (United States). First Place – Animals. “Django is a Shaolin Temple Terrier, born
and raised in a Buddhist monastery in the northern province of Hunan China. Django likes long walks on the beach and listening to Miles Davis.” Shot on iPhone 7 Plus
“Rampage” by Massimo Graziani (Italy). First Place – Architecture. “A stair ramp from Rome in Via Allegri.” Shot on iPhone 7 Plus.
“Iftar Amongst the Ruins” by Mohammed Badra (Syria). First Place – News & Events. “During a lull in the bombings, Syrians gather, seated on a long 1200-meter row of tables set up amongst the ruins of Douma, for a public Iftar, the evening meal at the end of the daily Ramadan fast.” Shot on iPhone 7.
“Human vs. Nature” by Charles Thomas (United States). First Place – Landscape. “I’ve always been fascinated with the view out of an airplane window. On this afternoon, I was lucky enough to get a window seat on a return trip from Las Vegas. I watched the landscape slowly transform from cityscape to rows of identical suburban houses, to surreal desert-scape.” Shot on iPhone 8 Plus
“Spray Fury” by Melisa Barrilli (Canada). First Place – Children. “My daughter was wearing her ballet leotard and she was spraying her siblings and herself.” Shot on iPhone 5S
“Posers” by Jonas Wyssen (Switzerland). First Place – People. “Brazilian tourist posing in front of a small Catholic chapel taking a tourists photo.” Shot on iPhone 7 Plus.
“Icebergs” by Mateusz Piesiak (Poland). First Place – Panorama. “In summer the sun is above the horizon nearly all day where Vatnajökull glacier meets the Atlantic Ocean.” Shot on iPhone 6 Plus.
“Dandelion sunset” by Sara Ronkainen (Finland). First Place – Sunset. “In central Finland, where summer days are long and sunsets beautiful. I was out walking by a lake one evening, and saw dandelions floating in the breeze. Feeling inspired, I picked one, held it up and used it as a filter through which to capture the last rays of the day’s sun.” Shot on iPhone 5s.
“Silk Road” by Anna Aiko (Japan/France). First Place – Travel. “This photo was taken on the first day of my departure for the desert of Gobi, on
the Silk Road. On the road I got lost with my two Mongolian men, driver and guide, and we found ourselves in this area known for the very first traces of dinosaurs. The atmosphere was magical, in the vast desert with plains and mountains.” Shot on iPhone 6S.
“Road of Tuscany” by Lidia Muntean (Romania). First Place – Trees. “This photo was taken near Pienza and Montalcino.” Shot on iPhone 7 Plus.
“Diner” by Fiona Bailey (United Kingdom). First Place – Still Life. Shot on iPhone 7.
“Morning Fog” by Sukru Mehmet Omur (France). First Place – Nature. Shot on iPhone 6S
“Sky Portal” by Amy Nelson (United States). First Place – Other. “I took this photo at the 39th Annual Wright Kite Festival in Kill Devil Hills, NC, where 30-100 foot kites were on display amidst clouds and drizzle.” Shot on iPhone SE.
“Urban Impressionism” by Cocu Liu (United States). First Place – Series. “This series of photos express the sensations of energy and poetic feelings in the urban scene.” Shot on iPhone X.
“Corrugations” by Glenn Homann (Australia). First Place – Abstract. “I was looking to take some photos in a rather cluttered, messy industrial space. As I became more frustrated at the lack of interesting images, my eye honed in on smaller details. A simple and striking black and white image of cardboard scraps resulted.” Shot on iPhoneX
“Light” by Alison Helena (United States). First Place – Floral. “I was parking to do my weekly grocery shopping and saw the amazing light on the wall and flowers.” Shot on iPhone 7.
“Jameh Mosque of Isfahan” by Kuang Long Zhang (China). Second Place – Architecture. “This one of the oldest mosques in Iran and is the result of continual construction, reconstruction, additions and renovations on the site from around 771 C.E. to the end of the 20th century.” Shot on iPhone 7.
“Refugee Caravan” by Verónica G. Cárdenas (United States). Third Place – News & Events. “Members of the Refugee Caravan 2017 climb the border fence dividing Mexico and the U.S. to celebrate their arrival in Tijuana.” Shot on iPhone 6S.
“Red Stripes” by Soha Ghandour (Lebanon). Third Place – Travel. “Tanning by the coast in Tyre on a hot summer day.” Shot on iPhone 5.
“Sunset vibes” by Ruslan Zabulonov (Ukraine). Third Place – Sunset. “Children are having fun in the fountain on a hot summer day.” Shot on iPhone 6.
“Half and Half” by Song Han (China). Second Place – Still Life. “In Akureyri, Iceland, the sun shines on the balcony, creating a triangle of light
separated from the darkness.” Shot on iPhone 7 Plus.
“Serenity” by Peng Ju Tang (China). Third Place – Nature. “Icebergs of Qaasuitsup Kommune.” Shot on iPhone 7 Plus.
“Mrs. Sancheski” by Natalia-Garcés (Spain). First Place – Lifestyle. “This day I opened my second exhibition, there was a lot of atmosphere and good friends. Mrs. Sancheski is the mother of three children, unique, urban and stylish.” Shot on iPhone 7.
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Източник: My Modern Met
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