Share Your Best IPhone Night Mode Photos And They Could Appear In Apple Ad Campaigns
Budding photographers, it's time to shine!
There’s no doubt about it: today’s smartphones are way more than just calling devices. On many models, the camera alone is the selling point. They’re so sophisticated that more and more people are ditching their digital cameras and using their phones to capture life’s memorable moments.
Knowing this, Apple has a new challenge aimed at smartphone photography enthusiasts. The company is inviting iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users to share images taken with the all-new Night mode.
The contest runs through Jan. 29 and is open to users from around the world. A panel of international judges (including New York-based photographer and visual reporter Malin Fezehai and U.K.-based photographer Sarah Lee) will choose the five most stunning images on March 4, and these will be featured in a gallery on Apple Newsroom, on apple.com and Apple’s official Instagram page. They may also appear in digital campaigns, on billboards, in Apple Stores and even in a third-party photo exhibition.
Here’s a video from Apple’s Instagram page that explains exactly what to do: