The Best iPhone Photography of 2018

Its been 10 years since Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone and things have never been the same. Uber, Whatsapp, and countless other apps which we cannot imagine spending a day without all owe their genesis to the iPhone. In the past decade, the iPhone has also completely revolutionized the photography industry, starting with the original iPhone which packed a humble 2-megapixel camera to the current dual lens 12-megapixel camera on the iPhone X which is touted as a DSLR replacement. Started in 2007, the iPhone photography awards have been showcasing talented photographers and inspiring others that you do not need an expensive camera set up to shoot a great photo.

Jashim Salam – Bangladesh, Grand Prize Winner, Photographer of the Year

For the 2018 iPhone photography awards thousands of photos were submitted from 140 countries. The above photo was the grand prize winner, shot with an iPhone 7 by Jashin Salam it shows the Rohingya children watching a film about health and sanitation in Bangladesh. Here are 10 of the best photos from across the 16 categories, it’s interesting to note that the majority of winning photos were not shot on the iPhone X but on the iPhone 7S and 6S.

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Charles Thomas – United States
1st Place – Landscape

Alexandre Weber – Switzerland
1st Place, Photographer of the Year

Mohammed Badra – Syria
1st Place – News/Events

Natalia Garcés – Spain
1st Place – Lifestyle

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Scott Woodward – Singapore
1st Place – Portrait

Sara Ronkainen – Finland
1st Place – Sunset

Lidia Muntean – Romania
1st Place – Trees

Sukru Mehmet Omur – France
1st Place – Nature

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Mateusz Piesiak – Poland
1st Place – Panorama

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