Three Russians won the international competition of iPhone Photography Awards
• Three Russians won the international competition of iPhone Photography Awards
The jury of the international photo contest iPhone Photography Awards winners announced in 2017. The three Russians top the list were - Barbara Vislenko, Yulia and Sergey Smetanin Pesterev.
iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) - the first of its kind made to the iPhone photo contest. The competition was founded in 2007 to demonstrate the creative potential of shooting on the iPhone, to inspire and rally the community of fans of mobile photography from around the world.
Julia Smetanin ranked second in the category "Flora." Julia was born in Tatarstan, he moved to Moscow to study, and now she has her business. Also teaches photography. "A shot was taken when I was preparing for a lecture on the still life composition."
Sergey Pesterev - second place in the category "Landscape." Programmer and an amateur photographer from Moscow. "This picture was taken January 30, 2016 on Olkhon Island Lake Baikal. This is the first ice, which appeared after the 30-degree cold. It called "Ice lake at sunset." "
The composition of the winners also included Ukrainian graphic designer Vlad Vasilkevich. He took third place in the category "Portrait". "The title of this work:" They said, running with us, it's just a race, "it was made during the annual event that combines sport and fun, and is aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle in the city!. Colorful race - it is a holiday, all run under the volleys of colors Holi played out prizes is to raise funds for children. Colorful race - it is an occasion to note the individuality and uniqueness of each party "!
A doctor from St. Petersburg Varvara Vislenko ranked second in the category "Children" with a photo of his daughter on the beach. "In the photo, my three year old daughter, she contorts funny face. The picture was taken on the iPhone 6s in Bali, Canggu in 2017. "
In his instagrame Barbara wrote that very pleased unexpected victory, this "loud did not win in their lives."