All the photographers are in for the new year’s gift from Apple. The tech giant has recently announced a Night-Mode Photo Challenge for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max users, where they need to send the best night shots taken from their iPhone 11 series. The challenge begins today and will be ending on January 29th.
Apple invites the most stunning night clicks from users across the globe for this challenge. These pictures will be evaluated by a selected jury, who’ll reveal the five winning pictures on March 4th.
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The winning photos will also be featured on Apple Newsroom’s gallery, Apple.Com, and Apple Instagram (@Apple). In addition to this, the company may also display the same in various digital campaigns, Apple Stores, billboards and third party picture exhibitions.
Who’re the judges of the iPhone 11 Night-Mode Photo Challenge 2020?
Now that this event has already gained a lot of popularity across social media, Apple has left no stone unturned in selecting the renowned personalities to judge the entire contest. Here’s the list of judges, who’re supposed to pass on the judgment.
- Malin Fezehai (US)
She is a famous name in the world of photography who has shot for brands like The New York Times, TIME, Nike, and the United Nations to name a few. In 2015, she was awarded Wallis Annenberg Prize and World Press Photo Award for a picture clicked on iPhone.
- Tyler Mitchell (US)
He is a photographer and filmmaker who was the first black photographer to click the cover picture of American Vogue. In addition to this, his works are regularly published in the top magazines.
- Sarah Lee (UK)
She is an esteemed personality in the photography industry and the official BAFTA photographer. Along with this, she is also a fellow of the British American Project and the Royal Society of Arts.
- Alexvi Li (China)
He’s a well-known name for thematic art projects. He was honored with awards such as Fine Art Photography Award and the Photobook Awards.
- Darren Soh (Singapore)
He’s an architecture and landscape photography specialist and winner of shot on iPhone challenge in 2019.
In addition to those mentioned above, other famous photographers in the jury are Phil Schiller, Kaiann Drance, Brooks Kraft, Jon McCormack, and Arem Duplessis.
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How to participate in the iPhone Night-Mode Challenge 2020?
You must submit for evaluation the best shots taken at night using iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max 11:59 p.m. PST on January 29.
If you want to participate through Instagram or Twitter then share the picture with hashtags #ShotoniPhone and #NightmodeChallenge.
Weibo users can take part in the challenge using #ShotoniPhone# and #NightmodeChallenge#.
Apart from this, you can also submit your entries via email to email@example.com in the file format ‘firstname_lastname_nightmode_iPhonemodel.’
We wish you all the best for the challenge. Stay tuned for more updates on the same.