A Spanish among the winners for best night photos with iPhone 11
Through a Press release, Apple has shown which are the best photos taken with the Night Mode of the new iPhone. The participants, like the final winners, have been people from all over the world. As a reward, the company has announced that the winning snapshots will not only be displayed on the web and social networks of Cupertino’s firm, but that they can be used on billboards. Given the latter, Apple has announced that the corresponding royalty fee will be paid to the authors.
We start with this photograph of Rubén P. Bescós, a Navarrese who has managed to captivate Apple and many users with this masterful photograph. Apple’s Vice President of Marketing, Phil Schiller, wanted to highlight the play of light that the author has used to give life to an artistic representation. The photographer Alexvi Li also highlighted others details like soil texture in contrast to the orange light. It was taken with a iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Konstantin Chalabov, from Moscow, has been another of the winners thanks to this spectacular photograph taken with his iPhone 11 Pro. Schiller catalogs it as a possible first scene of a Cold War spy movie, also highlighting the details of the lights along with the contrast with the snow of the mountain. The photographer Brooks Kraft has also praised the snapshot for having managed to capture perfect lighting.
Also from Moscow, Andrei Manuilov has managed to take another position of honor thanks to this beautiful picture taken with his iPhone 11 Pro Max. A photograph that highlights a very good composition in balance and generating questions, as noted by photographer Darren Soh. The artist Sarah Lee has also valued the photo, with special emphasis on symmetry and what it conveys.
This other photograph has been taken by Mitsun Soni, from India. It has been taken with your iPhone 11 Pro and stands out for the tremendous beauty that it transmits for the deep red color. Tyler Mitchell said he was speechless and compared the tree with a UFO. Arem Duplessis for his part also values the red color of the ground, relating the scene to that of a science fiction movie.
Rustam Shagimordanov It shows us again that Moscow is one of the most favorable places to take this kind of photos. He has done it with his iPhone 11 and stands out for the beauty of the landscape it reflects. For Kaiann Drance, this photograph invites you to create a story about the people who live in the houses. For Malin Fezehai also highlights the lights inside the cabins next to the impressive winter landscape.
We ended up with this photograph taken in Beijing by Yu «Eric» Zhang perfectly reflects what is the night mode of iPhone 11 Pro Max with which it was taken. For Jon McCormack it stands out as the author has captured “life itself” regardless of in any case that there is little light, also highlighting the place where it was taken. The same perception has been Arem Duplessis, also referring to how well the silhouettes are backlit and the rising steam of the food stalls.
Undoubtedly, these photographs are spectacular and show us that any user who has one of the most recent iPhone can be very happy with the possibilities that the new night mode holds.