Last month, Apple launched a photo challenge in night mode, inviting users from around the world to share their best photos taken in low light with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Californian unveiled the six photos that were chosen by the 10 members of the jury (Malin Fezehai, Tyler Mitchell, Sarah Lee, Alexvi Li, Darren Soh, Phil Schiller, Kaiann Drance, Brooks Kraft, Jon McCormack, Arem Duplessis) among thousands of photos submitted worldwide. “The winning photographers come from China, India, Russia and Spain, sharing their different perspectives on the beauty and colors of the night in the cultures around them”, Apple says on its site.
Konstantin Chalabov (Moscow, Russia), iPhone 11 Pro
Andrei Manuilov (Moscow, Russia), iPhone 11 Pro Max
Mitsun Soni (Mumbai, Maharashtra, India), iPhone 11 Pro
Rubén P. Bescós (Pamplona, Navarre, Spain), iPhone 11 Pro Max
Rustam Shagimordanov (Moscow, Russia), iPhone 11
Yu “Eric” Zhang (Beijing, China), iPhone 11 Pro Max
The selected photos will be featured in a gallery on the Apple website, on Apple social media platforms and on billboards around the world. Apple says it will pay license fees to winning photographers for the use of these photos in order to market the camera of its iPhone 11 range.