IPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS: THE WINNERS OF 2020

British photographer Dimpy Bhalotia wins the 13th annual contest.

By Balthazar Malevolent

IPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS: THE WINNERS OF 2020

The winners of 2020 Apple's iPhone Photography Awards have just been announced. The 13th annual awards saw thousands of applications from over 140 countries worldwide, with images taken on a range of various iPhone models, both new and old. 

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UK photographer Dimpy Bhalotia came out on top as the winner of the Grand Prize, having received Photographer of the Year title for her work "Flying Boys." The photograph is a dramatic black and white picture of three boys jumping into the Ganges river. It has been taken from a low point, against a faint overcast, framing each subject mid-air in an expressive composition. Some notable winners include Artyom Baryshau of Belarus for "No Walls," Geli Zhao of China for "Unwalled;" and Saif Hussain of Iraq for "Sheik of Youth," to name a few. 

Go through the gallery above for a look at some of Apple's 2020 iPhone Photography Awards selected images, and head over to Apple's website for a look through the full selection.

iPhone Photography Awards TM (IPPAWARDS) is the first and longest-running award in iPhone photography since 2007. IPPAWARDS honors the creativity of iPhone users since the first iPhone inspired and motivated active users all over the world. Every year since then, IPPAWARDS has picked the best shots from thousands of photos from 140+ countries around the world submitted by iPhone photographers. The winners are chosen in several phases by the members of the jury and the awards are given to The Photographers of the Year and the winners category.

In other news, following his recent Spring/Summer 2021 showcaseRick Owens unveiled a pair of white bondage-wrapped hi-tops

Most of the shoes were kept clean, with white rubberized tape swaddled sporadically. Although much of the shoe is covered up, parts of the high-top outlines of the silhouette, such as the heel, laces, and rubber toecap, can still be seen. Sitting next to two small vent holes, providing easy access, contrasting silver-toned zippers can be found along the medial sides. Completing the minimal feel, the midsole of the shoe is also lined, finished at the heel with three jagged staples. 

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