Category: iPhoneography

Ahady Rezan Creates Stunning Minimalist and Abstract Compositions With His iPhone

Ahady Rezan a.k.a. huxsterized is a talented 32-year-old self-taught photographer and graphic designer currently based in Selangor, Malaysia. Ahady studied Computer Graphic Design and has been working as a Graphic Designer for ten years now. He focuses on minimalism, Huxster reveals the creativity and dynamism you can find even in the most unlikely of urban spaces. He is fascinated by colorful walls, buildings, stripes, geometry, lines, shapes, shadows, etc. More info: instagram

Minimalist Architectural and Urban iPhoneography by Andy Hendrata

Andy Hendrata is a talented self-taught photographer who was born and raised in Indonesia and currently lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Andy started photography in 2010, when he bought his first DSLR. Now he uses iPhone and OOWA 15mm wide angle lens. Hendrata focuses on architecture, people and urban photography. More info: instagram

Eben McCrimmon Creates Surreal Fantasy Worlds Using Only His iPhone

Eben McCrimmon a.k.a. @ebenism is a superb talented digital artist from Australia who manipulates photos and recreates images of animals to make them look huge in size. My name is Eben aka @ebenism on Instagram and I’m a Digital Artist from Australia. Giant animals and tiny humans are a common thread in some of my more recent photo-manipulations and my Instagram account is a series of windows into my imagination. The might and awe of the animal kingdom has always been an inspiration and I like to think we all have our spirit animals that challenge, guide and protect us ... Read more

Striking Street iPhoneography by Eric Van Nynatten

Eric Van Nynatten is a talented photographer and filmmaker currently based in New York City. Eric focuses on portraiture, he shoots amazing fashion, beauty and lifestyle photography, and create behind-the-scenes video for fashion shows, world events and art-related projects. For this series of photos shot on iPhone, I wanted to push the capabilities of the iPhone and see if I could achieve the same results as my full-frame mirrorless, from shooting in ideal sunlit settings to low-light conditions. All images were shot on iPhone 6/8 Plus and edited using VSCO & Snapseed apps for iOS. More info: instagram / website

The Spectacular Winners of the 10th iPhone Photography Awards

The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) has announced the winners of its 10th annual contest. The event saw iPhone photographers from 140 countries across the globe saw some great stories conveyed through photographs. With thousands of pictures carrying multiple stories from around the world, Apple chose some of the most distinguishing ones as the winners across multiple categories. The Grand Prize Winner Photographer of the Year Award went to Sebastian Tomada of New York City, USA for his entry Children of Qayyarah. First, Second and Third Place Photographers of the Year Awards went to Brendan O Se of Cork, Ireland for ... Read more

Beautiful iPhoneography by Tyen How Woon

Tyen How Woon is a talented self-taught photographer from Malaysia who currently lives and works in Sheffield, United Kingdom. He uses his iPhone to capture beautiful places, cityscapes, interior and portrait photography. With our phones being the predominant device for people to capture their memories with, I decided to shoot different places through the perspective of my iPhone. More info: instagram

Self Help: Fine Art Self Portrait iPhoneography by Carolyn Mara Borlenghi

Carolyn Mara Borlenghi is a talented 38-year-old photographer, artist and educator who was born in Houston, Texas and currently lives and works in Miami, Florida with her husband and two sons. Carolyn received her BS in Psychology with a minor in Photography from Southern Methodist University and an MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In the last few years, I have discovered that I can use my iPhone as a tool not only to create lasting memories, but also to realize my art in an accessible way. If given ... Read more

Beautiful iPhoneography by Sara Tasker

Sara Tasker is a talented self-taught photographer, writer and blogger who currently lives and works in rural Yorkshire, England with her daughter Orla. “We relocated to this little village in the hills from a lifetime in the city, hoping to slow down, simplify and stop worrying about stupid stuff,” she says. Sara shoots a lot of lifestyle, nature and landscape photography. “I take 99% of my Instagram photos using my iPhone, and edit them all using VSCOcam,” Tasker explained. She also uses her Canon EOS 7D Mark ii camera. In January 2013, with baby Orla due, I started a 365 ... Read more

Jordan Bolton Creates Striking Photographic Posters Using Only His iPhone

Jordan Bolton is a talented photographic poster artist from Manchester, UK, who creates intricate posters based on the rooms and props in iconic films. Each poster in the series, simply titled “Objects”, features dozens of key objects from the plot lines of such beloved films as Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958) and Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004). “The posters are a way of seeing the film without character or plot, just through the details,” Jordan says. “You get the minute detail that you don’t see when you first watch it.” More info: instagram / facebook / etsy

Beautiful iPhoneography by Ryoji Iwata

Ryoji Iwata is a talented 28-year-old self taught photographer and architecture design office worker based in Tokyo, Japan. Ryoji shoots a lot of urban, portraits, abstract and cityscape photography. “Love architecture,art,music and photography,” he says. Iwata uses Nikon D600 and Iphone 6/5. Here are the collections of his iPhone shots. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Winning Images of the 2016 iPhone Photography Awards

The winners of the 8th annual iPhone Photography Awards have been announced, with the grand prize going to Man and the Eagle from Chinese photographer Siyuan Niu. The competition launched in 2007 today brings together photographs from 139 countries across many categories, with the only caveat being that the images be captured with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. “It is truly amazing to have so many people from around the world share their experiences,” said IPPA Awards creator Kenan Aktulun, “ the beauty they see and their personal moments with us.” Here is a selection of our favourite pictures ... Read more