IPPAWARDS 2020 Winners: Who Are They?
The IPPAWARDS are the prizes for photos taken with iPhones assigned annually among thousands of participants from all over the world: here are the 2020 winners!
iPhone has been born for 13 years (the very first 2G model was put on the market on June 29, 2007) and just as many are the IPPAWARDS, or iPhone Photography Awards, the photographic awards for photos taken rigorously with iPhones that attract professionals and amateurs from the whole world in a click tap competition that in many cases has been instrumental in launching the careers of some of the best iPhone photographers in the world.
The winners of the 2020 edition have been announced among thousands of entries: landscapes as far as the eye can see, from city streets, animals, men, flowers, moments and movements.
Who won the IPPAWARDS 2020?
The first-place winner and the person maned Photographer of the Year 2020 award is the street photographer Dimpy Bhalotia, of the United Kingdom, for his photo Flying Boys, which shows three boys jumping into the Ganges river from a wall.
The first, second and third place awards of the year go to Artyom Baryshau, from Belarus, with “No wall”; to Geli Zhao, China, for an untitled image; and in Saif Hussain, Iraq, with the portrait “Sheikh Of Youth”.