Apple announces Night mode photo competition for iPhone
What you need to know
- Apple has announced a new year's Night mode photo competition for iPhone.
- Users of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and Pro Max have until January 29 to take stunning Night mode shots.
- Five winning photos will be selected and published to Apple Newsroom, its Instagram, and possibly even digital campaigns.
Apple has just announced a new Night mode photo competition for users of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and Pro Max.
In a press release it stated:
The judges of the competition include well-known photographers including Darren Soh, Alexvi Li and Apple's own Phil Schiller.
The instructions for submitting photos is as follows:
You might even be lucky enough to get some compensation for your work, check it out!
You can check out the full release here, including a list of all the judges and some tips on how to take great night mode shots! You can also check out our very own guide here!
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By Kevin Lynch