Update: 10 November: Announcing the Winners of the Night Photography Contest!
We’re excited to announce the winner of our first ever Night Photography Contest to celebrate the release of ProCamera 3.8.
We received over 130 submissions for the competition and were very impressed at the overall quality of the night shots, showing the iPhone and ProCamera have become more than capable for low-light photography.
So without further ado…
The first prize goes to Clif Wright who receives a Manfrotto KLYP LED Case, Light and mini-tripod (iPhone 4/4s).
The second prize goes to David del Val who receives a Quad-Lock iPhone Case, Universal Mount and Tripod Adapter.
The third prize goes to Justin Hevey who receives an iRig MIC Cast from IK Multimedia.
The fourth prize goes to Saskia Howard who receives an iKlip Studio iPad stand.
The fifth and final prize goes to Fabs Grassi who receives a copy of Digital Photography School’s iPhone Photography: How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photographs.
All winning photographers will be contacted shortly for their shipping details. Thank you again to all who submitted and to our wonderful sponsors, Manfrotto, Annex and IK Multimedia!
Update 5 November
There are only two days left to enter the ProCamera Night Photography Contest and go in the running to win the awesome prizes from Manfrotto, Annex and IK Multimedia (scroll down for full prize details).
We’re amazed at the quality of images that are coming through the competition, with photographers showing off the impressive low light capabilities of both the iPhone and ProCamera. Here are a few recent examples coming through on the #ProCamera_Night tag on Instagram:
You can enter your ProCamera Night Shots by:
2. Tagging your shots #ProCamera_night on Instagram or
3. Linking to your photo in the comments below.
There is still time to head out and shoot some beautiful night scenes! Don’t forget that we’ve dropped the price of ProCamera 3.8 down to $0.99 for a limited time!
Update 2 November
We’re so impressed by the quality of the shots that are coming through for the ProCamera Night Photography Contest that we’ve decided to extend the deadline through to Wednesday 7 November.
For the contest, we want to see your best shots taken after dark. It could be the lights of the big city, a landscape bathed in moonlight or a great party photo!
We’re running the contest to celebrate the launch of the new ISO Boost mode which gives the iPhone 5 great night-time shooting capabilities, as shown in the example below.
While the ISO Boost mode is only available on the iPhone 5 we encourage all iPhone users to participate in the contest and submit their night shots. The contest is worldwide.
There are five awesome prizes on offer:
1. The winning photographer will receive a Manfrotto KLYP LED Case, Light and mini-tripod (iPhone 4/4s). The KLYP gives you complete control over how you light your night shots, great for portraiture, parties and events.
2. The runner-up will receive an awesome kit including a Quad-Lock iPhone Case, Universal Mount and Tripod Adapter to help you take better night shots, such as panoramas and group shots (with the ProCamera self-timer).
3. NEW! The third place photographer will receive an iRig MIC Cast from IK Multimedia. The iRig MIC Cast is the ultra-compact, portable voice recording microphone designed specifically for recording podcasts, interviews, voice memos and more.
4. NEW! The fourth place photographer will receive an iKlip Studio iPad stand, perfect for detailed photo adjustment and editing. The stand can be used in both portrait and landscape mode.
5. The fifth place photographer will receive a copy of Digital Photography School’s iPhone Photography: How to Shoot, Edit and Share Great Photographs. The book includes a whole section on taking great shots at night.
Photos must be taken with the ProCamera App. All iPhone versions are accepted.
Maximum one photo per entry. For example, only your first photo tagged with #procamera_night will be considered.
The winning photos will be selected by the ProCamera team.
Entrants agree that any work submitted is their own creation and complies with standard copyright and fair-use law. ProCamera is not responsible for any copyright infringements, these are the responsibility of the entrant.
Entrants retain full rights to any work submitted but allows ProCamera the limited use of entries for publicity on ProCamera websites, newsletter and associated ProCamera social networks (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).
If an image is chosen for promotion, credit will always be given to the artist. Artists will be contacted for further permissions in the event that an image is considered for additional promotion.