Amazing Winners of the Mobile Photography Awards 2020

The Mobile Photography Awards have announced the winners of the 2020 edition, the tenth of this particular competition entirely dedicated to shots taken on smartphones.

As mobile photography becomes more and more popular and asserts its full potential, the MPAs are the most recognized international award in this field and illustrate what a good photographer is able to accomplish with (seemingly) little means.

The 2020 Grand Prize winner and 2020 MPA Photographer of the Year is Dan Liu, who also won the Silhouettes category. Liu is a freelance photographer and artist who explores the human condition and landscape photography. Shot with an Apple iPhone11 ProMax, his images show his subjects in the middle of a story.

Enter the 2021 competition here.

“The Beauty of Arches” by Mona Jumaan. Winner of the Architecture category.

“Horse Play” by Alessandra Manzotti. Winner of the Black & White category.

Image from “Hot Dust & The Myth of Being a Man” by Juliet Cope. Winner of the Photo Essay category.

“On Inle Lake” by Dan Liu on Apple iPhone11 ProMax. Winner of the Silhouettes category. Dan Liu is also the 2020 Grand Prize Winner and the MPA Photographer of the Year 2020.

“Duo” by Fabio Sartori. Winner of the Macro and Details category.

“Deer Hidden in the Forest” by Jian Cui. Winner of the Nature and Wildlife category.

“Lake Baikal” by Juan Zas Espinosa. Winner of the Landscapes category.

“The New Norm” by Leigh Darilek. Winner of the Self-Portrait category.

“Morgan In Pink” by Michelle Simmons. Winner of the Portraits category.

“Cantonese Opera II” by Queenie Cheen. Winner of the Eyes of the World category.

“Look Back” by Rohan Sajeev. Winner of the People category.

“Small Town Protest” by Stephanie Calabrese. Winner of the Photo Journalism category.

Images Galerie (12)

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April 7, 2021 0 0

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