iPhone Photography Awards 2014 winners

From a smiling fox to icy plains, the winners of the iPhone Photography Awards 2014 have been announced across seventeen categories (and not an annoying pouty selfie in sight)…

From a smiling fox to icy plains, the winners of the iPhone Photography Awards 2014 have been announced across seventeen categories (and not an annoying pouty selfie in sight)…

IPPAWARDS is the longest running iPhone photography competition, taking place annually since 2007, and is open internationally to submissions taken with an iPhone, iPod or iPad. Images cannot be altered in Photoshop or any desktop image-processing program, but the use of iPhone/iPhone photo apps is permitted, whilst originals may be required for verification.

First, second and third prize winners are chosen across 17 categories including animals, architecture, children, flowers, food, landscape, lifestyle, nature, news/events, others, people, seasons, still life, sunset, travel and trees.

The overall winner was Julio Lucas (US) who was awarded 1st prize as 2014 Photographer of the Year
 (pictured above).

Below are our highlighs from the other winning images….

Jose Luis Barcia Fernandez (Spain) – 2nd Place – 2014 Photographer of the Year

 

Jill Missner (US) – 
3rd Place – 2014 Photographer of the Year

 

Michael Oneal (US) – Animals Category 1st place

 

Cocu Liu (US) –  Architecture category 3rd place

 

Melisa Barrilli (Canada) – Children category 3rd place

 

Elena Grimailo (Russia) – Landscape category 1st place

 

Brandon Kidwell (US) – Lifestyle category 1st Place


Felicia Pandola (US) – Nature category 1st Place


Erika Brothers (US) – Nature category 2nd Place

 

Gerard Collett (UK) – News/Events category 1st place

 

Juana Chaves (Spain) – News/Events category 2nd Place

 

Tracey Renehan (Sweden) – Others category 3rd Place

 

Kyle G Horst (US) – Panorama category 1st place


Roberto Pastrovicchio (Italy) – Panorama category 2nd place

 

Athena Tan (Singapore) – People category 2nd Place

 

Maddy Mccoy (US) – Still life category 2nd place

 

Adrienne Pitts (UK) – Travel category 1st place

 

www.ippawards.com

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