Turns out the 2021 iPhone Photography Awards winner used an iPhone 7
With the rumored iPhone 13 just around the corner and iOS 15 now available as a public beta, there is a lot to look forward to in terms of the iPhone from Apple. But every year for the past 14 years, the iPhone Photography Awards takes a moment to look back and announces the winners of its contest. This year's awards recognize the outstanding photographs taken over one of the most soul-shaking years collectively witnessed by humanity.
Winning photos share expressions of grief, isolation, hope and beauty. Out of the thousands of photographs that were taken with an iPhone and submitted, the Grand Prize Winner and recipient of the Photographer of the Year Award goes to the Hungarian photojournalist Istvan Kerekes. His photo, Transylvanian Shepherds, was taken on an iPhone 7 and shows a contrast of a cold barren land populated with two world-weary men one of whom is holding a lamb. And that lamb looks pretty content.
The iPhone Photography Awards started in 2007 to celebrate the creativity of iPhone photographers. Thousands of images from more than 140 countries …
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