The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) has announced the winners of its 15th annual competition.
This year’s Grand Prize Winning award went to Antonio Denti of Italy, with his image, The Kid of Mosul, depicting a moment of tenderness in the dusty rubble of war and captured with an iPhone 11.
The First Place Photographer of the Year Award was awarded to Rachel Seda of Sweden for her image, Anti-Social Distancing, which turns masking up into an act of theater.
Second Place was awarded to Kelley Dallas of United States and his image Girl with the Violin.
Third Place in the Photographer of the Year category was awarded to 2021 finalist Glenn Homann of Ipswich, QLD, for his photo, Wasted. Homann was also a finalist in the Portrait category, withMelbourne photographer William Ainger rounding out the Australians to be recognised in the comp. He came third in the Abstract category, and takes home a Platinum bar for his trouble.
Top-three winners in an additional 16 categories were awarded to photographers, from all over the world, with jury member Whitney Van Nes describing the finalists assublime and beautiful.
"This year’s winning photographers share a strength of spirit in the face of our unnerving world. Congratulations to all the winners and your awareness in the moment that life is happening," she said.
You can see all the category winning images below, and the full list of the finalists at ippawards.com.