The winners of the 5th Annual iPhone Phoptography Awards were announced today.
A big congratulations to Jimmy Mazur who won the Photographer of the Year with this image of two young boys playing in an old VW.
image courtesy of IPPA
Congratulations to all the category winners and photographers receiving honorable mentions. Although not as lucky as 2011 (Winner in ‘Nature’ and ‘Others’), I was fortunate enough to be included amongst the photographers whose works were selected for honorable mentions in the “Landscape” and “People” categories. You can see my entries here, here and here.
This is an international contest with thousands of entries from over 20 countries. It’s nice to have the work acknowledged in this manner.
A big thanks to the organizers who made it possible.
The awards have not been announced yet but it was nice to have an image included in the gallery banner for the home page. The banner/slideshow featured a selection of works form this years submissions. By the look of things it’s going to be another great year for the IPPA. Thanks to all concerned for the inclusion.
Submissions are open for the 6th annual awards (2013). Visit the IPPA website here
Nice to wake up this morning to an email from the people at the iPhone Photography Awards to let me know that two of my submissions had been included amongst this years winners. And the irony of it is, I had forgotten that I’d entered.
A big congratulations to Lea Birch who picked up the ‘Photographer of the Year’ award. Overall 96 images made the final cut in a variety of categories.
My selected works were some of my earliest experiments with Hipstamatic and Plastic Bullet.
See link to the winners gallery on the sidebar.