Navarra night mode photo, winner of "Shot on iPhone" challenge
Apple launched the contest on January 22, encouraging iPhone users to participate in Shot on iPhone and Today, from the company, they have shown the best pictures with night mode.
Image created with iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, as they are the only terminals that have night mode. Of these, six were selected to appear in the Newsroom and Instagram of Apple, and in ads worldwide.
The winning photographers showcase different cultures from countries such as Russia, China, India and Spain. Photographs taken in Spain have the following story told by its author Rubén P. Bescós.
The images are from Sierra del Perdón, in Navarra. This is a group of statues, made of iron, by the pilgrims of the Camino de Santiago. The background of the picture shows the light of Pamplona city.
Phil Schiller, as we often see in the main note Apple, commented on the photo “Ruben miraculously used light to bring this artistic installation to Spain”. He also stated: “The cracks in the foreground tell the story of the long and difficult journey that awaits them to their sanctuary.”
Instead, and in a more technical way, Alexvi Li comments that the photographer captures a silhouette of a group of people with city lights in the background and that the floor shows a beautiful backdrop texture.
Other winners’ photos are shown below:
As we can see, everything is quality, What do you think?Will you be presenting your photos to the next “Shot on iPhone” challenge?