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    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    • Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards Announced
    “Children of Qayyarah” by American photographer Sebastiano Tomada, the Grand Prize winner in the Photographer of the Year nomination.

    The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) is the first and the longest running annual competition held among iPhone photographers since 2007. This year, thousands of entries were submitted by iPhone photographers from over 140 countries around the world.

    Winners of the 10th iPhone Photography Awards were announced on June 26. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in 19 categories were awarded to photographers representingcountries around the world including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Ecuador, France, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Myanmar, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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