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Photos of the year 2018: the best that was shot on the iPhone

The day before, the winners of the independent iPhone award were announced Photography Awards 2018. This year, the laureates were selected from thousands of photographers working on the iPhone, from 140 countries around the world. In addition to the nomination “Photographer of the Year”, the winners were identified in 18 categories.

They are ordinary people from different countries, including Russia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, Finland, France, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Lebanon, Myanmar, Oman, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Spain, Syria, Ukraine, Great Britain and the USA. On the iPhone, incredibly beautiful photos are taken every day in every corner of the world.

Here are just some of the most expressive works of the winners. A complete list is available on the award site www.ippawards.com

The day before, the winners of the independent iPhone award were announced Photography Awards 2018. This year, the laureates were selected from thousands of photographers working on the iPhone, from 140 countries around the world. In addition to the nomination “Photographer of the Year”, the winners were identified in 18 categories.

They are ordinary people from different countries, including Russia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, Finland, France, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Lebanon, Myanmar, Oman, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Spain, Syria, Ukraine, Great Britain and the USA. On the iPhone, incredibly beautiful photos are taken every day in every corner of the world.

Here are just some of the most expressive works of the winners. A complete list is available on the award site www.ippawards.com

Photographer of the Year – Grand Prix

Yashim Salam

Bangladesh

Yashim Salam is a documentary photographer from Bangladesh. He received photo diplomas from the school and the Institute of Photography of South Asia and a postgraduate diploma in visual journalism from the Academy of Media Arts. Yashim was able to study at the University of Ateneo de Manila in the Philippines, which was made possible through the scholarship program of the international contest of photographers World Press Photo Asian Center for Journalism Foundation. Konrad Adenauer (ACFJ).

© Yashim Salam / IPPAWARDS 2018

Photographer of the year – first place

Alexander Weber

Switzerland

Alexander Weber is a 47-year-old anthropologist who studies art history. He travels a lot and takes photos on the iPhone.

© Alexander Weber / IPPAWARDS 2018

Photographer of the year – second place

Huapeng Zhao

China

Huapeng Zhao is a documentary photographer and landscape painter from Shandong Province, China, who daily takes photos on the iPhone to capture touching and interesting moments of life.

Photos of the year 2018: the best that was shot on the iPhone© Huapeng Zhao / IPPAWARDS 2018

Photographer of the year – third place

Zarni Mio

Myanmar

Zarni Mio Win is a travel photographer from Myanmar and winner of many international photography competitions. Currently, he is working on a photography project aimed at capturing the behind-the-scenes life of opera artists in Myanmar.

© Zarni Mio / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – abstraction

Glenn Homann

Australia

Glenn Homann lives in Ipswich, near Brisbane, Australia. He is a skilled amateur photographer whose main instrument is the IPhone, which has been successful at international competitions and exhibitions around the world.

© Glenn Homann / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – animals

Robin Robertis

USA

iPhone-photographer Robin Robertis – winner of several awards. She travels around the world to make unique and emotional pictures. To process photos taken on the iPhone, it uses a variety of applications.

© Robin Robertis / IPPAWARDS 2018

The first place is architecture

Massimo Graziani

Italy

Mission Massimo Graziani – to catch the moment of intimacy. His greatest satisfaction is to be able to capture a moment that describes a story, an event, a person.

© Massimo Graziani / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – children

Melisa Barrily

Canada

Melissa Barry was born in Patagonia, Argentina, and since childhood she has been fond of design and photography. She has a very versatile work experience, which includes theory and practice of design, visual art and advertising.

Photos of the year 2018: the best that was shot on the iPhone© Melisa Barrili / IPPAWARDS 2018

The first place is the landscape

Charles Thomas

USA

Charles Thomas is a graphic designer and photographer who was born in Indonesia and resides in Tulsa, USA. He really likes to travel and try the local cuisine, which can be seen in his posts in instagram.

© Charles Thomas / IPPAWARDS 2018

The first place is the style of life

Natalia Garcez

Spain

The first photo exhibition of Natalia Garcez was an exhibition of mobile photography. It was called "Life bitch. Snapshots of a happy dog" (A dog’s life, pictures of a happy dog). The pictures depicted various emotions of her dog.

© Natalia Garcez / IPPAWARDS 2018

The first place is nature

Shukryu Mehmet Omur

France

Shukryu Mehmet Omur is an ENT surgeon retired and a mobile artist. He lives in Paris and Istanbul. Shukru makes photos on an iPhone or film camera and recently wrote a book about iPhone photography.

Photos of the year 2018: the best that was shot on the iPhone© Shukryu Mehmet Omur / IPPAWARDS 2018

The second place is nature

Anton Kruglov

Russia

Anton Kruglov is a 31-year-old Russian arborist from Tver. He is engaged in snowboarding, surfing, wakeboarding and traveling in the name of sport.

© Anton Kruglov / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – news and events

Mohammed Badra

Syria

Mohammed Badra was born in the city of Dumah, Syria. He studied architecture at the University of Damascus, but in his third year he had to stop training because of the war. He worked for several news agencies, and in October 2015 became the staff photographer of the EPA, which covered military events and their consequences for the civilian population. Mohammed also provided first medical and psychological assistance in the Syrian Red Crescent, and was also a photographer. He wants his photographs to help better understand the current and endless crisis in Syria.

In 2018, Mohammed received the award to them. Marco Luccetta from the photo. In 2016, he received the title of press photographer of the year in the Times magazine and a young photographer of the year in the Bayeux Calvados war correspondents competition.

Photos of the year 2018: the best that was shot on the iPhone© Mohammed Badra / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – panorama

Mateusz Piexiac

Poland

Mateusz Piessiac is a 22-year-old photographer who receives the specialty “Automation and Robotics” at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Poland. He enjoys photography of wildlife. In 2011, he received the title “Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year” at the BBC Wildlife Contest Photographer of the Year. Most of all he likes to photograph birds.

© Mateusz Piessyak / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – people

Jonas Wyssen

Switzerland

Jonas Wissen is a creative freelance director. In his spare time he is engaged in freeride on snowboarding or surfing.

© Jonas Vissen / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – portrait

Scott Woodward

Singapore

Father from childhood taught Scott Woodward pictures: how to operate a hand-held camera, correctly adjust the lighting and imagine the composition of the picture in his mind. But more importantly, his father inspired him with a sense of curiosity and adventure, which really made him a good photographer.

© Scott Woodward / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – serial shooting

Koku Liu

USA

Koku Liu is a mobile photographer and product developer who resides in the San Francisco Bay area. He was born and raised in Beijing, China, and spent five years in Chicago, Illinois, before moving to San Francisco. He is passionate about lighting, street photography and urban scenes. Koku Liu believes that “the best camera is anyone who is at hand.”

© Koku Liu / IPPAWARDS 2018

© Koku Liu / IPPAWARDS 2018

© Koku Liu / IPPAWARDS 2018

The first place is still life

Fiona Bailey

United Kingdom

After receiving a bachelor’s degree with honors in photography from Westminster University, Fiona worked as a photo producer in many advertising campaigns. During this time, she took part in a number of projects on photography, including a book called The Road to Glory – Portraits of Britain’s Paralympians (On the Way to Glory: Portraits of Paralympic Sportsmen in Great Britain). She currently participates in the design of print products as a freelancer and is working on her own photography projects, including the Visiting Olive project, which captures the life of her elderly friend and neighbor. She lives in northwest London with her husband and three children.

Photos of the year 2018: the best that was shot on the iPhone

© Fiona Bailey / IPPAWARDS 2018

The first place is the sunset

Sarah Ronkainen

Finland

Sarah Ronkainen lives in an area surrounded by forests and lakes in the town of Jyvaskyla, Finland. She likes traveling, tasty food and new experiences. She also likes to shoot her adventures on the iPhone.

© Sarah Ronkainen / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – travel

Anna Hayko

France

Anna Aiko was born in Tokyo in 1979 and grew up in eastern and western cultures, in France and Japan. For 20 years she lived in Paris, working as an art director for luxury brands, such as Cartier and Louis Vuitton.

© Anna Ayko / IPPAWARDS 2018

First place – trees

Lydia Muntean

Romania

Lidia Muntean is 30 years old, she lives in Bucharest, Romania. She got carried away with mobile photography as soon as she bought her first iPhone four years ago.

© Lydia Muntean / IPPAWARDS 2018

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