Apple is asking iPhone owners to send in their very best Night Mode photographs so the best 5 iPhone NightMode photos to be featured at Apple Newroom. Night Mode is a feature that was introduced on the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max range at the Apple launch event in September.
Any photos you want to submit can be shared with Apple through their social media platforms or via email. They must be in by January 29, 2020.
Apple offers you the opportunity to profit using your phone through this amazing photography challenge or competition.
The company is promoting this competition to feature the best Night Mode photographs taken on their new flagship models iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Maxes. Submissions will be accepted beginning at 12:01 a.m. PST on January 8, 2020, and will end at 11:59 p.m. PST on January 29, 2020. Essentially, the challenge is on as we publish this, and photographs must be submitted by no later than January 29. Entries can be shared on Instagram or Twitter, under the hashtags “#ShotoniPhone” and “#NightmodeChallenge,” or on Weibo.
Photographers ought to specify which iPhone they used to take the picture in the description/ post. Photographs can also be submitted through email to preserve quality, Apple said. They firmly believe that photographers ought to be rewarded for their work, nice of them, and consequently, they will pay the corresponding license fee to the five photographers who win the contest. However, they didn’t stipulate how much photographers would actually be compensated or paid for.
Night mode is a popular feature that was introduced on the new range of iPhones made public in September, the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. The feature, which naturally enhances the photograph quality in low light conditions, does its magic automatically.
Photographers can choose to submit photos unedited, altered in the Photos app, or edited in 3rd party apps or programs. So photoshop lovers will get a kick out of this. They just have to be taken on the iPhone 11 range of models mentioned above.
For this, Apple has put together a great judging panel and got onboard some very respectable judges that will evaluate and choose the five winning photographs, which will be announced on March 4. Some of the judges are Jon McCormack, whose work has featured in TIME and UNESCO, Malin Fezehai, who has shot for the New York Times, and acclaimed Apple executive Phil Schiller, among others.
The winning photographs will feature on Apple Newsroom, Apple’s website as well as on Apple’s Instagram account. The photos could also be used as part of any Apple digital campaigns, at Apple Stores, advertising billboards, and/or in third-party photo exhibitions. Essentially, a lot of exposure!!
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