The winners of the 9th Annual iPhone Photography Awards have been announced. This award collects the best photos of the world taken with just an iPhone. Here are some of the best iPhone photos of this year. They actually prove that one does not need a super expensive camera to take amazing pictures.
British photographer Oliver Curtis decided it would be interesting to see the world’s famous locations from a new angle. So, he took photos pointing at the opposite direction, meaning we see what these famous places witness on a daily basis instead of looking at them directly from the usual point of view we all know.
Patrick Commecy, a talented street artist from France, makes these mind-bending hyper-realistic wall paintings. The before and after photos show the big difference these murals create. It is true that sometimes walls of a building can look really dull and boring, but Patrick has some mad skills to transform them into something amazing and beautiful. I wish he did this in my city too.
Studio Ghibli is a famous Japanese animation film studio in Tokyo, Japan. The studio was founded in 1985 and is best known for its anime feature films, and has also produced several short films as well as television commercials and one television film. Their works have won numerous awards and were among the highest-grossing animated films in Japan.
South Harbour School in Copenhagen is a new public school which is also the winner of WAN Education Award 2016. JJW Architects, one of Denmark’s largest architectural firms, designed South Harbour with the understanding that schools are places not only for the learning process but also for social exchange. The idea behind this design is surprise, challenge and stimulate students, teachers and visitors when they move around the place and outdoors. Well, it sure looks good.