2015 iPhone Photography Awards Show Photography At Its Best

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The iPhone has become one of the most popular phones and it has a camera that’s with us most of the time.  With great camera optics, an amazing signal processor, and the full power of the App Store behind it, the iPhone can help you capture everything from your most precious moments to award winning pictures.  Since 2007, the iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) has awarded and recognized some of the top iPhone photographers in the world.  Since then the competition has become fiercer.  From intimate, thought-provoking moments to stunning, captivating scenes, this year’s iPhone Photography winners are nothing short of impressive.

Today’s iPhone technology has created a new breed of artist….the iPhone photographer.  It may not have the prestige of professional photography yet, but iPhone photography can capture equally impressive material.  The only requirement is that the image be take on an iPhone, iPod, or iPad and that it not be altered in Photoshop or any similar program.  Awards were given in 19 categories, ranging from Abstract to Food to Flowers.  Below we would like to share with you all the 2015 iPhone Photography Award winners.

Photographer:  Michael Koralweski

Category:  Photographer of the Year- 1st place

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Picking up inspiration everywhere:  Koralewski looks for inspiration everywhere he goes and when he spotted an accordionist in Warsaw, he knew he had to take the photo.  “His face was like an open book,” he explains.

Photographer:  David Craik

Category:  Photographer of the Year- 2nd place

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Shooting images never seen before:  Craik believes the only restriction on a photographer is the photographer’s own imagination.  This philosophy is apparent in his distinctive image of Starling birds that had descended on his cafe table.

Photograher:  Yvonne Lu

Category:  Photographer of the Year- 3rd place

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Capturing moments along the journey:  Lu captured a quiet, yet captivating image of a pair of travellers on a train along the Hudson River.  “The couple looks like they don’t need anything else in the world,” she says.

Photographer:  Ben Schuyler

Category:  Abstract- 1st place

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Photographer:  Sephi Bergerson

Category:  Animals-1st place

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Photographer:  Christian Frank

Category:  Architecture-1st place

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Photographer:  Jeremy Kern

Category:  Children-1st place

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Photographer:  Amy Paterson

Category:  Flowers, 1st place

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Photographer:  Xu Lin

Category:  Food- 1st place

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Photographer:  Chris Belcina

Category:  Landscape- 1st place

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Photographer:  Fabio Alvarez

Category:  Lifestyle- 1st place

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Photographer:  Yvonne Naughton

Category:  Nature -1st place

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Photographer:  Jesse Alkire

Category:  News Events- 1st place

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Photographer:  Andre Malerba

Category:  Panorama- 1st place

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Photographer:  Robert Radesic

Category:  Sunset-1st place

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Photographer:  Heather Gross

Category:  Seasons- 1st place

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Photographer:  Song Han

Category:  People- 1st place

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Photographer:  Ruairdh McGlynn

Category:  Trees- 1st place

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Photographer:  Cindy Buske

Category:  Still Life-1st place

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Photographer:  Ahmed Solimani

Category:  Travel- 1st place

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Photographer:  Daniele Colombera

Category:  Portrait-1st place

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Photographer:  Jose Luiz Saez Martinez

Category:  Others- 1st place

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