One of the most fun additions to theis , which lets you grab an in-focus photo as close as 2 centimeters from your subject. This provides ample possibilities to capture artistic close-up shots of everyday things like the bubbles in your latte foam, the textured sides of a dime or ants devouring an orange. Starting today, Apple wants to see your best macro snaps as part of its latest Shot on iPhone photo contest: #iPhonemacrochallenge.
Apple’s panel of judges will select 10 winning photographs in April. The judges are a mix of Apple employees and photographers Anand Varma, Apeksha Maker, Peter McKinnon, Paddy Chao, Yik Keat Lee. Winning photos will be posted on Apple’s website and social media accounts, with the possibility of appearing in Apple stores and on billboards.
You can submit photos on Instagram, Twitter or Weibo using the hashtags #ShotoniPhone and #iPhonemacrochallenge. Submissions start Tuesday and run through Feb. 16. You can also send high-resolution versions of your photos to Apple. You can read all of the fine print on Apple’s Newsroom page.
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